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Would you take a job for less money but more happiness?

A new Rutgers poll says that the majority of NJ workers are not happy in their job. Our pay and benefits have been cut and more pressure and stress has been added to many of our workloads.

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Teacher assistant Margarita Sokolova, second from left, helps Giuliana Zautta, 17, of Menlo Park, Calif., during a Girls Who Code class at Adobe Systems in San Jose, Calif. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
Teacher assistant Margarita Sokolova, second from left, helps Giuliana Zautta, 17, of Menlo Park, Calif., during a Girls Who Code class at Adobe Systems in San Jose, Calif. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
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New push to get girls into computer sciences

Diana Navarro loves to code, and she's not afraid to admit it. But the 18-year-old Rutgers University computer science major knows she's an anomaly: Writing software to run computer programs in 2014 is - more than ever - a man's world.

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College Career Paths Don’t Always Play to Students’ Strengths

When you chose your career path, did it play more to your strengths or desires? According to a new study, The careers that high school students think they want to pursue don’t always match up with their academic strengths and interests.

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4 Job Skills You No Longer Need

By Jeff Deminski

As times change, technology advances, and requirements to hold a certain job change, it's important to stay up to date on what skills you should and should not brush up on before going into your next interview.

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No Degree? No Problem with These High Paying Jobs

Just because you don’t have a college degree doesn’t mean you can’t get a high paying job.

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5 Things Bosses Do That Really Annoy Employees

We recently looked at some bad habits workers have that annoy their bosses, reduce productivity and prevent them from advancing up the career ladder. Now it's time to examine how bosses can spoil the workplace environment for their employees.

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What are the Most Stressful Jobs in NJ? [POLL]

Judi Franco was discussing the latest list of stressful jobs and how really anyone, no matter what profession, can claim that their job is stressful.

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Job Search Made Harder By Some Employers [AUDIO]

Despite a national unemployment rate of 8.1%, and a much higher rate in New Jersey, many employers haven't stepped up to make the job search any easier.

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Which Jobs Are Disappearing Quickest? Growing Fastest?

It has been predicted that by 2020, the United States will experience a nearly 14.5 percent labor increase, making room for an additional 20 million new jobs as the result of this country’s growing population and competitive marketplace.

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Most Employees Want a Do-Over Career, Study Shows

If while you were sitting at work a strange man walked up to you and handed you a magic wand that was said to hold magical powers that would allow you to abracadabra yourself from your current career to a new one of your choice would you do it?

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