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If you don’t believe that racism in the job market is real, then please read this article by Yolanda Spivey. Spivey, who was seeking work in the insurance industry, found that she wasn’t getting any job offers. But as an experiment, she changed her name to Bianca White, to see if employers would respond differently. You’ll be shocked and amazed by her phenomenal story.
Now granted that quitting the corporate job you hate to pursue your dreams will give you more time to be creative. You just have to be willing to except the lifestyle change that you’re about to embrace.
The film-versus-digital debate has been hashed out for a good while now on panels, online, and even in a Tribeca-distributed documentary, Side by Side, in which narrator/co-producer Keanu Reeves has most of Hollywood’s heavy hitters weigh the pros and cons of celluloid and HD. They’re mostly talking about the debate on the grander scale of big-budget Hollywood product, where the paradigm has been shifting for over a decade, but HD video has only started to make its presence felt in indie cinema over the past couple of years.
This is one of those innocent questions that has very complex ramifications – there are at least 400 variables in this question. You heard me right – I doubt if even Google themselves can answer this question accurately for just one video, let alone someone without access to all their energy audits and statistics.
It turns out that gifts from Barbie dolls to watches to blenders are often priced below Black Friday levels at various times throughout the year, even during the holiday season, and their prices follow different trajectories as the remaining shopping days tick down.
Except…aren’t really wealthy, successful, powerful people, like, the absolute greatest in the world at taking free things? Isn’t the bromide, “The rich get richer,” a commentary on how it’s easy to do well if you already do well?
You’d be amazed by how many wealthy individuals have terrible credit ratings,
The two-minute ad starts off with a neighborly male voice telling you: The original $50 Buffalo gold piece is America’s purest gold coin ever.
After a brief, failed experiment paying me to do chores, my dad tried something really neat.
Frank Zappa talks about how ridiculous it is to focus just on selling discs of music.
Whether you want time to look for other work or to take a much-needed sabbatical, how do you know when it’s OK to leave?
Saying goodbye to the world of banks, entering the wilderness of unregulated fees.
It might sound like a punch line, as “Ebonics” — the common name for what linguists call African-American English — has long been the butt of jokes, as well as the subject of controversy.
It is a truism that most big spenders are showoffs; they feed off attention. Ironically, while your…
Expectant parents shopping for a home are not the only ones concerned about the date of the baby’s arrival.
Still think a music career is an easy path to a rich life? Don’t believe the hype. A whole lot of folks have to get paid before the musician does. Check out the money trail.
When Hope and Matt Hughes stopped for supplies at a pet store last month, they thought the trouble with their debit card was just a glitch. But it turned into a financial crisis.
WASHINGTON — The folks who print America’s money have designed a high-tech makeover of the $100 bill. It’s part of an effort to stay ahead of counterfeiters as technology becomes more sophisticated and more dollars flow overseas, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says.
How much does the public value corporate leadership? Harris Interactive’s latest corporate reputation survey, which measures how Americans view some of the world’s largest companies, suggests that a firm’s brand is even more closely tied to its leadership than many would assume.