Thursday, January 29, 2009

Plans for the future!!!!

President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden’s have many plans to jump start the economy. The plans listed below are in process, but will take sometime. Obama states, “The challenges the Americans are facing will be met.”

Provide $50 billion to Jumpstart the Economy and Prevent 1 Million Americans from Losing Their Jobs: This relief would include a $25 billion State Growth Fund to prevent state and local cuts in health, education, housing, and heating assistance or counterproductive increases in property taxes, tolls or fees.

Create New Job Training Programs for Clean Technologies:
The Obama-Biden plan will increase funding for federal workforce training programs and direct these programs to incorporate green technologies training, such as advanced manufacturing and weatherization training, to help Americans find and retain stable, high-paying jobs.

Boost the Renewable Energy Sector and Create New Jobs:
The Obama-Biden plan will create new federal policies, and expand existing ones, that have been proven to create new American jobs.

Raise the Minimum Wage:
Barack Obama and Joe Biden will raise the minimum wage, index it to inflation and increase the Earned Income Tax Credit to make sure that full-time workers earn a living wage that allows them to raise their families and pay for basic needs.
Ensure Freedom to Unionize:
Obama and Biden believe that workers should have the freedom to choose whether to join a union without harassment or intimidation from their employers.

If you want to know more information about the plans that are in action please visit Obama and Biden's plan.

Monday, January 26, 2009

Weekly EG Publication

EG Weekly Publication January 26th-February 1st
EG Weekly Publication January 26th-February 1st

Check out this week's Career Opportunities:
Corporate Express
North American Trade Schools
All-State Careers
Genesis Healthcare
McCormick & Company
Pendum, Inc.
Chimes, Inc.
Country Inn & Suites
Admiral Security
Signature Flight Support

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

What does Barack Obama’s inauguration mean for jobs and employment?

Today, marks history as Barack Obama is sworn as 44th president of the United States.
There were 2 million people were expected to crowd into the area between the Capitol, the White House and the Lincoln Memorial.

Obama stated there are many challenges that we face. One of many being the loss of jobs and the American people being laid off.

Obama went on to say “But the challenges will be met.”

President Barack Obama wants to focus on re-shaping the economy. Obama outlines a plan to create jobs and help the nation’s economy by modernizing schools and lessening the dependence on foreign oil.

Obama wants to create 2.5 million jobs by 2011. He will also focus on rebuilding the nation’s roads, bridges, remodeling older schools, developing alternative energy sources, and producing more efficient cars.

He said, “Legislation backing his plan would be one of his first priorities after he takes office on January 20th.”

There are some employers cutting hours back and many others laid off employees. Obama is working on a stimulus plan to give companies more tax cuts and funds to hire more employees.

To read more on Obama’s economic plan please visit,8599,1812964,00.html.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Weekly EG Publication

EG Weekly Publication January 19th-January 25th
EG Weekly Publication January 19th-January 25th

Check out this week's great career opportunities:
American Beauty Academy
First Transit
North American Trade Schools
All-State career
Stella Maris
Ivy Hall
Corporate Express

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

How about them RAVENS!!!!

WOW, The Baltimore Ravens are definitely on fire. The Ravens had received yet another victory, 13-10 over the Tennessee Titans during the second round of the playoffs. How about Joe Flacco being the first rookie quarterback in NFL to win two playoff games.

This town definitely has been painted purple for the last two weeks. There are people wearing Raven’s Jerseys, sweaters and other Ravens apparel everyday. I have also saw cars decked out with Ravens flags, decals and license plates. Baltimore is roaring with excitement.

The Ravens were greeted at BWI at 11:30 p.m. on Saturday night by 1,000 fans. There were hundreds of them waiting to greet them at the Owings Mills Training Facility. The Baltimore Ravens fans were honking their horns and chanting GO RAVENS GO!

The Ravens did get their rematch against the Titans and they deserved a win. This team has been going strong for 18 weeks without a bye. Despite all the injuries and not a lot of rest, the Ravens got their job done. Now the Ravens face the Steelers in the AFC Championship.

The players believe this is a rematch against the Steelers. During, the Monday night game on September 29th, 2008, the Steelers won in over time by 3 points. In addition, the Steelers defeated the Ravens at home by 4 points on December 14th, 2008.The Steelers are a rival to the Ravens. The upcoming game is going to be yet another physical and tough game. The Steelers defense is #1 in the league and Ravens are #2. This is going to be a great game to watch.

A special Congratulation goes out to John Harbaugh, the coaches and the players!

Don’t forget to continue your job search during commercials and half time.

What are your plans for the game? Will the Ravens be in Super Bowl 2009?

Let us know your thoughts, and GO RAVENS GO!!!!!

Monday, January 12, 2009

Weekly EG Publication

EG Weekly Publication January 12th-January 18th
EG Weekly Publication January 12th-January 18th

Check out this week's great career opportunities:
Staff Quest
First Transit
North American Trade Schools
Vantage House
All-State Career
D&T Sales Service
American Beauty Academy
Dental Assistant Training School

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Way to go Flacco!

There is a lot of excitement here in Baltimore about the Ravens victory over the Miami Dolphins 27-10 in the wild card game.

The coach John Harbaugh and quarterback Joe Flacco had made NFL history by winning a playoff game without home field advantage and both being rookies.

Now, the Ravens must face a tougher opponent, which is the Tennessee Titans. However, when the Ravens played the Titans in week 5 there was an interception thrown by Flacco that put the Titans into field goal range. Needless to stay, the Titans beat the Ravens at home by 3 points with less than a minute on the play clock.

On the show Ravens Extra Trevor Pryce said, “After dominating the whole game and the Titans beating us by a field goal has been a tough pill for the team to swallow and now we get a rematch.”

It is unbelievable how the 2007 season went from 5-11 to 11-5 in the 2008 season. Now we are in the playoffs for the first time in seven years.

If you haven’t bought your tickets for the playoff game here is the hottest deal in Baltimore:

Towson Travel is happy to announce a Raven’s Roadies bus trip to Nashville for the playoffs this weekend. Departs on Friday and return on Sunday. Excellent price! $475 per person and it includes…

•Round trip bus fare on a private coach by Hunt Valley Motor Coach (bathroom, TV’s etc…)
•2 nights at the Courtyard Marriott in Nashville
•Game Ticket for Saturday’s game
•Tailgate party
•Transfers to the stadium/hotel

Please contact Cindy Dohony for more information @
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What are your plans for the game? What are your thoughts about the Ravens versus Titans?

Please let us know, GO RAVENS!!!

Monday, January 5, 2009

Weekly EG Publication

EG Weekly Publication January 5th-January 11th
EG Weekly Publication January 5th-January 11th

Check out this week's great career opportunities:
First Transit
North American Trade Schools
Corporate Express
All-State Career
Bello Machre
Durham School Services
Chimes, Inc.
Ruxton Health & Rehabilitation Center
HCR Manorcare