Thursday, August 21, 2014 Av 25, 5774
By:
Frank Rosci, JE Feature
Recent dramatic downturns in today's economy have forced and inspired growing numbers of people to rethink the way that they make a living. Take, for example, Eric Weinstein, 35, a teacher of autistic children at Smedley Elementary School in Northeast Philadelphia, where the Penn State grad with a master's in elementary and special education from Holy Family College has his...
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Author describes 'How to Overcome Challenges in Work and Life'
By:
Rita Charleston, JE Feature
According to Noah Blumenthal, the author of the new business parable Be the Hero: Three Powerful Ways to Overcome Challenges in Work and Life, a victim mentality is rampant in society today. In the workplace, thoughts like these go through many frustrated minds: "My boss is a jerk"; "This is a dead-end job"; "I can't change anything in this toxic...
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Recession may be ending, but, oh, those bumps along the way
By:
Joel L. Naroff
The longest recession since the end of the Great Depression is just about over. Consumers are spending, housing is improving, manufacturing is rebounding, and even the services sector is showing signs of life -- or so they say. But why isn't everyone happy? Simple. A rising unemployment rate is not something that makes people want to smile. Unfortunately, that problem...
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Latin American Jews spark new companies targeting their heritage
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Julie Sobel, JE Feature
They call themselves Jewbans, Mexi-Jews, Jewminicans or Kosher-Ricans. They can be found eating guacamole on matzah on Passover or drinking kosher tequila on Cinco de Mayo. Their ranks include Geraldo Rivera, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Brett Rattner. Latin American Jews number in the hundreds of thousands, but they have traditionally flown under the radar, in part because of discrimination and even...
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Why is iPhone calling attention to a kid
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Lauren Kramer, JE Feature
Mention the word "hacker," and most people wouldn't think of a 15-year-old Jewish kid from the suburbs. But Ari Weinstein is one of 'em -- a teen who spends a good chunk of time on his computer and iPhone, but also loves biking, running, swimming and hanging out with his brothers. Ari's focus is the iPhone -- in particular, jail-breaking...
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