J.T. and Dale give advice on profile photos, getting a job at Google.
Letting kids explore is a valuable, difficult part of parenting.
Dear J.T. & Dale: My company has a lot of turnover. This week, another guy up and quit with no notice. Now his job is my job. This is the third time it’s happened. I asked for some incentive, and they offered me a small raise. I took it, but I honestly feel underpaid. Is there something …
Dear J.T. & Dale: I have a 17-year-old daughter who has been unable to get a job due to the fact that everywhere she inquires, she is told that the minimum age at that establishment is 18. Since when can’t a teenager get a job? I hope you can solve the mystery. — Judy
LILONGWE, Malawi — Yamikani walks deliberately, intently, with a beanbag on his head, showing a balance that is probably hard-earned. “When he falls,” his grandmother Irene tells me, “we have to pick him up.”
Dear J.T. & Dale: My best friend worked for 10 years in IT at a local hospital. During that time, she completed her accounting degree and got a job in accounting. Five weeks into her employment, she was fired as “a bad fit.” Now she is using the state’s unemployment website, with no succ…
Dear J.T. & Dale: My position was eliminated recently, and I am starting my first big career search after 18 years of full-time employment. Help!
When Dennis Fischer started talking about more possible deposits of copper at Rosemont, my ears perked up.
Quarantine. Now there's a word that conjures up some images.
Attorney General Lisa Madigan, who may run for governor, takes measured stance on a polarizing issue.
SIUE student claimed he wrote song lyrics, not threat, and appellate court finds there is not enough evidence to prove otherwise.
Gov. Pat Quinn's removal of three trustees with Edwardsville campus degrees sets the stage for fireworks between SIU president and former board chairman.
Madison County's Fred Bathon seemed an unlikely official to prey on the down and out.
Democrats bear responsibility for fixing shortfall that threatens to take down the state.
The Gateway Arch and nearby area would benefit greatly, proponents of a tax increase say, if voters in St. Louis city and in St. Louis and St. Charles counties would agree to pay a little extra for features large and small.
Marion defense lawyer doesn't drink but has sympathy for client's disrupted lives.
You are Mary and Joseph, right? And this is Bethlehem?
Lawmakers, who have to recast gun laws anyway, could review the spectrum of firearm regulations in the wake of Newtown, Conn.
Appeals court favored woman who sued for gun access after nearly being killed in robbery at church in deep Southern Illinois.
Jury faced a difficult decision on whether it's safe to release Roger Burns, who murdered and mutilated one woman, and kidnapped another, in 1965.