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  • How to Become an Executive Chef

    Iron Chef, Jamie Oliver, Mario Batali. Thanks to the Food Network and a plethora of cooking shows, when people think about becoming a chef nowadays, their next thought is about getting their own TV show. But Ed Glebus, an executive chef … Read more...

  • Executive Chef

    Everyone loves the Iron Chef and Food Network's TV lineup. But the reality of being a professional chef usually doesn't involve cameras and fame. Ed Glebus, general manager and executive chef, talks with Aaron and Wendy about what it's like … Read more...

  • 11 High-Paying Blue Collar Jobs with Mike Rowe

    No One Knows Dirty Jobs Better than Mike Rowe At one point or another, you've probably seen someone performing a "dirty" job and said to yourself "You couldn't pay me enough to do that." But Mike Rowe, host of TV's Dirty Jobs, gets paid to … Read more...

  • TV Star Mike Rowe Talks Dirty Jobs

    Mike Rowe, star of the hit TV show "Dirty Jobs," knows a thing or two about work. He's had more than 300 jobs over the last seven years, ranging from making bricks to castrating sheep. So who better for Wendy and Aaron to talk to than a guy … Read more...

  • 2011 Best Places to Work for Recent Grads

    While 2011 college seniors are excited about closing the door on one part of their life, it's common for them to feel pressure as it pertains to next steps. Some graduates may have already landed a job, but others may still not have a clue … Read more...

  • 13 Must-Read Business Books That Could Change Your Life

    Think you need an MBA from a top school to gain business smarts? This list of business books, some old, some new, will have you thinking like a top business major in no time. Even if your career isn't focused on business or … Read more...

  • 12 Entry-Level Jobs with Big Earning Potential

    No one ever promised you were going to graduate from college and, degree hot off the press, land yourself a job as CFO. But in today's job market, where competition is particularly keen, it seems as if even the mediocre jobs are few and far … Read more...

  • Take 5: 12 Ways to Advance Your Career in 5 Minutes or Less

    A proactive approach to long-term goals is necessary for career advancement. And, while it's important to focus on the big steps that will help you climb the corporate ladder, don't forget that small actions can have a big impact too. This … Read more...

  • Some states will continue budget cuts in the new year

    Even though most states found themselves creating massive cuts in the last year, the budget gap is still too much for some to handle, leading them to decrease spending further. Read more...

  • Weakened education budgets leave some turning to online education

    The current economy requires major cuts across the board, and education is taking one of the hardest hits. Although the White House recently reported that the stimulus package was able to save or create 250,000 teaching jobs nationwide, … Read more...