The job fair is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday at Hostos Community College.
Close to 50 employers will come to this year's SUNY ATTAIN job fair.
"Mostly Awake" both mirrors and lightly mocks the struggles of Bushwick male 20-somethings.
The Workforce1 Center is located on Madison Avenue between East 26th and 27th streets.
State Sen. Marty Golden wants to teach women "the Feminine Presence" in order to find work.
The mayor unveiled an online map Tuesday that shows the locations of tech start-ups.
New legislation will make it illegal for employers to consider job status when hiring.
Despite a jump in the fourth quarter of 2011, Wall Street slumps, according to the Commerce Department.
Ice cream purveyors Ben & Jerry's have thrown their support behind the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Thousands of job seekers lined up outside United Palace Cathedral Wednesday for a chance to meet with potential employers at a second annual job fair.
Mayor Bloomberg called on people to stand by President Obama on ABC's Good Morning America Wednesday morning despite a nation embroiled in "blame culture."
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand spoke to veterans Sunday at her Midtown office to rally for job opportunities for veterans.
The Rent Guidelines Board held a public session Monday to solicit feedback on its proposed yearly rent hikes.
The City Council will hold a hearing Thursday to examine the merits of the bill.
The board wants to see stabilized rents increase by up to nine percent.
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