jobs

11:23am

Sat August 3, 2013
Economy/Labor/Biz

Where Will The Jobs Be?

The costs of employing an American continues to grow at the same time as automation and offshoring become ever more tempting to employers. So where will the jobs be, especially the jobs that promise a stable, sustainable living? And what's the broader solution: What's the smartest approaches to encouraging the creation of sustainable jobs?

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11:45pm

Mon February 4, 2013
Economy/Labor/Biz

Today on Your Call: Will Robots Take Your Job?


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10:29pm

Mon January 14, 2013
Economy/Labor/Biz

Today on Your Call: What Needs To Be Done To Create Good Paying Jobs?


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4:00pm

Thu July 19, 2012
Economy/Labor/Biz

Young and determined: how a group of young men is reinventing Marin City

Lorenzo Bynum has the “baller" build you might see on the cover of GQ, without the swagger. He’s clean-cut, 5’10”, wears two small earrings and has a muscular frame. It’s a Wednesday afternoon in Marin City, and the 23-year-old is digging frantically through a 10’ by 10’ closet. He’s hunting for a parachute large enough for a game with 15 third graders.

Wednesdays are busy days for Bynum. He clocks in at three part-time jobs: two hours directing elementary school children, two hours coaching track and field, and two hours coaching middle school boys basketball.

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4:13pm

Tue May 15, 2012
AFTERNOON NEWS ROUNDUP

Connecting the dots: Afternoon edition for Tuesday, May 15, 2012

(SF Gate) // The debate continues over naming a U.S. Navy ship after Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man to be elected to public office in California. Critics of the idea believe that Harvey Milk would not approve of his name on a Navy ship because of his opposition to war, while supporters argue that it would be a global honor for a Navy ship to be given Milk's name. Harvey Milk joined the Navy in 1951, before his political career in San Francisco…

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