Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Style | Hopeful Would-Be Parents Shop Jobs for I.V.F. Coverage Supported by Benefits in 2019 vary from nothing to a whole lot. ByVanessa Grigoriadis Jan. 30, 2019 A little over The last time she had been on the job market, Ms. Burns said, “I wanted the ability to work remotely, and of course I wanted the biggest paycheck I could get.” Now she had a different priority: fertility coverage. Ms. Burns had prepared well for a baby, even moving to a master-planned community in San Marcos, Calif. “We moved to this neighborhood specifically for the great schools and the extra bedrooms to put the kids in,” she said. “It’s completely suburbia.” But as time ticked by without a bundle of occasionally shrieking joy tucked into one of those extra bedrooms, she felt discouraged. She cut … [Read more...] about Hopeful Would-Be Parents Shop Jobs for I.V.F. Coverage
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By Michelle Robertson, SFGATE Updated 4:00 am PDT, Wednesday, October 17, 2018 25. Charlotte, North Carolina ● Glassdoor City Score (out of 5): 3.9 ● Job Openings: 55,030 ● Median Base Salary: $48,000 ● Job Satisfaction Rating (out of 5): 3.4 ● Median Home Value: $195,800 ● Hot Jobs: Data Scientist, Business Analyst, Project Manager less 25. Charlotte, North Carolina ● Glassdoor City Score (out of 5): 3.9 ● Job Openings: 55,030 ● Median Base Salary: $48,000 ● Job Satisfaction Rating (out of 5): 3.4 ● Median Home Value: $195,800 ... more Photo: Digidreamgrafix/Getty Images/iStockphoto 24. Richmond, VA ● Glassdoor City Score (out of 5): 3.9 ● Job Openings: 34,802 ● Median Base Salary: $47,000 ● Job Satisfaction Rating (out of 5): 3.4 ● Median Home Value: $223,200 ● Hot Jobs: Financial Analyst, Clinical … [Read more...] about Only 1 Calif. city cracks Glassdoor’s ‘Best Cities for Jobs’ list; Midwest dominates
America may be enjoying its strongest economy in over a decade, but workers are struggling with a fundamental question: What does it take to get a decent raise? The answer might be: Leave your current job. "One thing that's clear is there's a gap in wage growth that is widening between people who are staying put in their jobs and people who are switching," Andrew Chamberlain, chief economist at the job site Glassdoor, told CBS MoneyWatch recently. The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta tracks wage growth of workers who stay in their jobs and those who leave. The difference between the two groups reached a two-decade high earlier this year. Job switchers' wages grew at 4.4 percent this spring, nearly double the rate of those who stayed. The gap has narrowed of late, but Americans who leave for new jobs are still enjoying wage growth about 1 percentage point higher than those who stay. Yet the figures also illustrate how pay is still lagging compared with previous periods of brisk … [Read more...] about Want a raise? You might need to quit your job
There's no doubt that living in Paris can be tough: commutes can be long (and busy) and the cost of living is high compared to elsewhere in France. Those reasons go some way towards explaining why a whopping 84 percent of middle managers or execs - basically higher earners, known as "cadres" in France, want to ditch the capital for a less stressful existence in a different part of the country, according to a new survey by online French recruiters Cadremploi. And they aren't planning on wasting any time, with 70 percent of them planning to do it in the next three years and 28 percent even considering leaving the region in the next 12 months. The cost of living, which 77 percent of them consider too high, is the top complaint ahead of time spent commuting -- more than an hour and a half daily for 49 percent of those surveyed, with 56 percent considering this excessive. READ ALSO: Photo: AFP A total of 54 percent complained about the lack of … [Read more...] about High earners desperate to leave Paris, but where do they want to live?
Another on-air reporter is leaving Fox News over frustrations with the direction and tone of the network, the second in the last three weeks to defect for those reasons. Adam Housley, a Los Angeles-based reporter who joined Fox in 2001, felt there was diminished opportunity at the network for reporters and disapproved of tenor of its on-air discussion, according to two former Fox News employees with knowledge of his situation. Story Continued Below Housley believed that as the network’s focus on Trump has grown — and the number of talking-head panels during news shows proliferated — it had become difficult to get hard reporting on air, according to one of those former employees. “He’s not doing the type of journalism he wants to be doing,” the former employee said. “And he is unhappy with the tone of the conversation of the channel.” Housley’s objections to the Trump-era Fox News are widely shared within the network’s … [Read more...] about Second Fox News reporter leaves amid objections to network