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California Resort Accused of Exploiting International Student Workers

A complaint filed with the U.S. State Department last week alleges Terranea Resort, located in Los Angeles, violated federal regulations by replacing its entry-level cooks with migrant workers on visas from Asian countries.  Ths unlawful business practice has been going on for at least four years. What Triggers the Complaint NBC News reported: "The complaint asserts that Terranea [...]
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Top Students Develop Plug-in to Combat Fake News

Winning important competitions so awesome job opportunities will follow! Earlier this month in a 36-hour problem-solving hackathon at Yale University, a team of four students developed a plug-in, "Open Mind," to detect fake news.    This team is "getting attention from internet companies and Congress after developing a browser extension that alerts users to fake [...]
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Hottest Tech Skills for 2018

What Most CIOs Say According to the survey of Robert Half Technology, 67% of technology executives say digital marketing, big data, cloud or mobile initiatives are the greatest contributing factors to hiring. 44% of CIO (Chief Information Officer)s say they miss out on top talent because candidates are seeking higher salaries than they're able to offer. What [...]
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Minimum Salary for H1B workers Raised from $60,000 to $90,000

Less than 10 days ago a U.S. Congressional committee passed a bill to increase the minimum annual salary of H1B visa holders from $60,000 to $90,000.  The former minimum salary was set in 1998 and has not changed for nearly 20 years.  This 2-decade salary gap has allowed high tech companies to pay skilled foreign [...]
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How to get hired by Microsoft, Facebook or IBM after your internship?

News Source:, August 14, 2017 Internships at large companies such as Microsoft, Facebook, and IBM are highly sought after by college students because of the high income (as much as $8,000 per month) as well as the strong possibility of getting hired when finished.  However, there are things you can do to make yourself stand […]

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Large Scholarships Lead to College Degrees and Careers in Video Gaming: eSports

The latest educational trend offers lucrative job opportunities upon graduation.  More students are choosing to ride the wave rather than get left behind. Video Games Has Become a Sport eSport – team video game competition — is coming to more college campuses, and some schools are treating these digital leagues like traditional sports, complete with recruiting, [...]
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