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Dr. Leslie Latterman has designed a doctor’s coat that fits a woman, with pockets and compartments better suited to a woman’s needs. (Pam Panchak/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette/TNS)

Doctor designs a Rx for women’s ill-fitting hospital coats

PITTSBURGH – For years, Leslie Latterman and her female medical residents at Allegheny General Hospital would have the same conversations about the boxy, clunky white coats they wore in the hospital.

Seasonal work pumps up résumé

Seek to match up skills used in temporary positions with needs of prospective employer

Career offices are no longer just for college seniors on their way out the door. Princeton freshman Jeffrey Gleason, shown here, took advantage of a workshop in October because he felt anxious about how to pursue potential career interests. (Janet Lorin/Bloomberg News)

Mapping life’s direction

College career offices engage students earlier in their education to better prepare them for selecting, securing future employment


Non-profits a top job producer in NM

Nonprofits generate more jobs in New Mexico than such important employment sectors as the oil and gas industry, construction, manufacturing… more »

Magician David Seebach displays a prop at one of the storage facilities he uses. Seebach landed his first paying gig as a magician when he was 12. (Mark Hoffman/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/MCT)

Pulling a career out of a hat

Childhood fascination with magic turns into a full-time occupation; corporate events, holiday parties and awards banquets help fuel his success