One of my longest-running jobs in high school was at Wendy's, and I really hated work. Now that I'm older, I found out that I didn't have to be trapped behind the window register at Wendy's and I could have done any of these instead.
I was thinking this morning about the most respected people in the workforce. We always hear about the gratitude that people have for doctors or school teachers. No doubt, they are all deserving of the praise...
Research from WalletHub ranks Billings as the 39th Hardest Working City in the United States based on employment rate, average weekly work hours, unused vacation time and other factors that DID NOT include weather conditions.
As we celebrate Labor Day, a day set aside to celebrate workers' contributions to this country's well-being, it is worth noting that here in Billings, we have an unemployment rate of just under 3 percent.
That's a pretty impressive number, but for those who are out of work and looking, here are a couple of things to consider:
Many Summer Jobs have been abandoned since school has started
The power and influence of women in America has grown exponentially over the years ever since the introduction of the 19th Amendment. But even still, many women are not treated fairly, let alone equal to their male counterparts.
Which state in America is considered best for women's equality? Hint: Not Montana.
Smoking is banned in a lot of places, since people don’t want to breathe in the fumes. But to fire someone from their job for smelling like smoke seems a bit excessive, no? Turns out it’s a loaded argument.