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    If you need a job and are tired of the out-dated listings you find on Monster.com try Jobtelligent. Jobtelligent is the best job site in Toronto offering a full range of employment services. It's free to use and has some of the highest paying job listings online.


     


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    Where, OH WHERE, Are ALL The Jobs!?!?!?

    in Politics Conservative

    Hillary Clinton said, "Don’t let anybody tell you that, you know, it's corporations and businesses that create jobs." Does anyone believe her? It really didn't even sound like SHE believed it. Do you? She is, after all, Wall Street's pet politician. 


    Splash talks about jobs (Are there enough?) the economy (Who does it serve?) and the recovery (is it real?). What jobs bills are out there? What works? What doesn't? ~~~~


    And what of the minimum wage? Will increasing it help? Will it hurt? Should we have one at all? What has happened in places where the minimum wage has already been raised? ~~~~


    In the 80s Reagan created 18+ million jobs that many say didn't stop with his presidency. In the 90s, Clinton created 22 million jobs with the help of the internet age. Can these eras be duplicated? Why or why not? ~~~~


    Splash Jumps Right In to all these questions and more .... along with YOUR phone calls, tonight on Jump Right In.

  • 00:32

    Transit Industry Careers – Getting Your Job Seekers Connected to In-Demand Jobs

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    Transit Industry Careers – Getting Your Job Seekers Connected to In-Demand Jobs


    Tuesday, December 16, 2014


    1:00 PM – 1:30 PM


    How can workforce professionals connect their job seekers to jobs in the high-demand transit industry? What trends are driving this growth, and what skills are required to get a good job? Join Ron Painter on Tuesday, December 16 for an interview with APTA Board Member and Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority Director Lydia Grose. Lydia will share insights on job growth in the transit industry and explain why engaging veterans, millennials, and even K-12 youth is critical to building the workforce pipeline as more and more baby boomers enter retirement.  In this Workforce Central interview, access the tools and information you need to engage your own transit agency and get your job seekers excited about the array of careers available in this dynamic, green-friendly, fast paced industry.


     


    Resources and Links


    Transit Virtual Career Network


    Get Moving: Public Transportation Occupational Guidebook (Heldrich Center)


    APTA Youth Summit – June 28 – July 2, 2015


    Resources for Workforce Professionals on the APTA website

  • 01:27

    The Power of Driver Credentials

    in Current Events

    Our special guest, Kirk Kostoff draws from twenty years of combined skills in the B2B sales marketing and strategic business development arena, drawing from his experiences in the Fortune 500 market.


    In 2011 Mr. Kostoff entered the logistics side of business through his introduction and interaction with CR England and what he refers to as their "self proclaimed" legitimate franchise. His recent actions with the ongoing CR England class action litigation associated with driver's rights, legitimate wages and living conditions has positioned him as an upcoming "voice of reason" and concern for the small business owner, just recently founding The Drivers Association of America.


    Through extensive OTR experience and close contact with established strategic alliances, our guest will be discussing "The Power of Driver Credentials, The Driver Shortage Myth and Remedies through Education and Implementation."


    We invite everyone to consider these topics and call in with their perspectives as we will also discuss the CR England case as it is public knowledge and to reiterate for all the industry newcomers about the motor carrier leasing scams to once again explain how it all works against the professional truck driver.

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    Best Jobs In Healthcare

    in News

    WSJ's Mathew Passy looks at healthcare costs in the U.S. and the best jobs in the healthcare industry.

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    BGU: How To Leverage Fast Food Industry Jobs Into Another Career Field

    in Goals

    Join the Bougie Girl as she offers up tips for leveraging your fast food industry job into another career field.


    Read the Examiner article: How To Leverage Fast Food Industry Jobs Into Another Career Field

  • 01:29

    Open Forum: Driver Training Standards

    in Current Events

    On August 19, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced that it will accept input from stakeholders to determine a  possible rulemaking for entry-level truck driver training. After years of failing to implement a final rule which would establish such criteria, the FMCSA is considering using a negotiated rulemaking, known as RegNeg.


    Under RegNeg, outside agency representatives would consult among each other in order to develop the proposed rule, taking the responsibility away from the FMCSA. In Canada, a task force is working toward establishing criteria for entry-level drivers, as well as hoping to have the Canadian government classify truck driving as a "skilled" profession.


    Furthermore, the Canadian Trucking Alliance has admitted that the primary causes for a driver shortage are driver wages, quality of life, qualifications and demographics.


    Join us as we look at the very different approach by the U.S. and Canada as it relates to driver training and recognizing the importance of the professional driver. Just one topic for our "Open Forum."


    What's your topic? Come join the conversation!

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    Inventing Jobs - Solar Village Development

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" we shall talk about "solar village development".  The most important element of any community would be PEOPLE !  You do not need alot of people, but U do need people............so today we shall discuss how to populate a community by meeting the needs of the community via "creating" products and services that the communityy is in need of.


    Feel free to call in to ask any questions and give your comments and do not forget to have pen and paper to take notes. 

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    Joey Gase NASCAR Nationwide Series Driver On The Sports Cage

    in Sports

    This Tuesday on The Sports Cage we chat with Joey Gase NASCAR Nationwide Series driver. Gase made his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debut September 14, 2014 in the Go Green Racing #32 car, finishing 37th in the MyAFibStory.com 400 at Chicagoland Speedway. We look forward to talking some NASCAR with Joey Gase Tuesday on The Sports Cage. We are Broadcasting live from The Sports Cage head quarters & studios located in beautiful downtown Lake St Louis. Be sure to join your Host Debo and Producer Cam as we talk NASCAR with one of the hottest young drivers on the Nationwide Series Joey Gase.


    Interested in advertising or sponsoring the show again email: sportscage247@gmail.com


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    You Can Follow “The Sports Cage” On- YouTube, Google+ and Twitter “Stay Locked Into The Cage" follow me @debo88mma


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  • 01:33

    Shot on the side of the road: Interview with Trucker Randy Tomblin

    in Current Events

    In the early morning hours of September 3, 2006, professional truck driver Randy Tomblin pulled his rig over on the side of I-64 near Huntington, West Virginia. Randy was responding to a lady waving on the side of the interstate, apparently with a flat tire. The time was about 3:00 A.M.


    Having always been a good samaritan, Tomblin thought to himself that there was no way he was going to let a women change a tire alone and in the dark. As he walked pass the auto, a male suddenly appeared, hitting Tomblin over the head with what police believed to be a .380-caliber handgun.


    Tomblin would be robbed of $200 and as he attempted to rise to his feet, the man fired one bullet that lodged between his lower back and pelvis and which still remains there today. The shooting would cause Randy to spend four months in a wheelchair and unable to work for eleven months.


    As a professional driver for 39 years, Randy Tomblin joins us as our special guest to share his story and to discuss his views on Mike's Law - a proposed Bill to Congress by the Small Business in Transportation Coalition which if signed into law, would allow U.S. citizens engaged in interstate commerce to carry a concealed weapon throughout all states, thus not being held to the current reciprocity laws.   


    The legislative draft entitled Sec. 9999 “Americans Working in Interstate Commerce Protection Act of 2014” is named for trucker, Mike Boeglin who was fatally shot in June of this year in Detroit, Michigan. As of the time of this writing, the petition has received 8,388 signatures.  


    Join us with our special guest, Randy Tomblin as he shares his story, the thoughts on why Congress should pass Mike's Law and the ongoing  problems still faced today from that one moment in time back in 2006.

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