Monday, July 25, 2016 Tammuz 19, 5776

The era of the Internet start-up boom may be over, but the demand for technology professionals continues to rise. Broader use of cheaper, more easily available technology by a variety of industries and a dearth of technology professionals mean that technology will continue to be a hot career choice. The technology industry remains one of the fastest-growing career fields. Employment...
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Suzan Globus, JE Feature
A friend of a friend called to ask if he could meet to talk about his interest in pursuing a career in interior design. This 45-year-old mortgage-broker was, in his words, "having a mid-life crisis" and wanted to spend his time in a more creative pursuit. Often, I am asked to advise those contemplating launching a career in interior design...
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Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
Fed up with feeling excluded at Jewish holidays because you're single? Believe it or not, there is a holiday just for us, the unmarried, the single and the Jewish: Tu B'Av. Before you start scratching your head wondering how you forgot this from Hebrew school, the truth about this holiday is that it's a bit on the obscure side. A...
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Rachel Silverman, JE Feature
If it is said of people that they exercise "religiously," it usually means that they apply a level of fervor to their workouts common to devout believers. In Yaffa Bruckner's "Klee" class, however, the phrase takes on a much more literal translation: It involves an actual combination of physical movements and spirituality. In the women-only class, held Wednesday evenings at...
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Jino Nakhle, all of 12, recalls the moment with astonishing clarity. Just seven years ago, his father, then a soldier with the South Lebanese Army, broke the news to the family that they had to leave their home immediately -- and forever. It was a simple question of survival. Back in June 2000, Israeli premier Ehud Barak gave the order...
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