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Students who seek more education than needed for career earn more money

(THE CONVERSATION) When it comes to career success, it pays to aim for more education than what you need for the job you want.
That is the key finding of a new study that I and several colleagues did by analyzing the salaries of high school students who expected to get more education than needed for their desired job. We compared ... (full story)

Area attorneys discuss the benefits of ESOPs

As more employers grapple with employee retention problems, many are looking to find methods and tools to attract top-notch workers and keep them engaged for the long haul.
Comprehensive health insurance plans, opportunities for promotion and generous contributions to employee retirement plans are some of the more common incentiv ... (full story)

Mahoning juvenile court recognized for innovative programs

Mahoning juvenile court recognized for innovative programs<BR>

The Ohio Association of Probate Judges recently lauded the Mahoning County Juvenile Court for two programs designed to help both the children who come in front of the court and the community in general.
The citations to the Mahoning and other juvenile courts were given at a judge’s conference in Toledo by Ohio Supreme Cour ... (full story)

Amazon to create fulfillment centers in Akron, Rossford

Officials at the e-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc. are gearing up to open fulfillment centers in Akron and Rossford, which together are expected to create more than 2,500 full-time jobs.
Each of the facilities will span approximately 700,000 square feet and will be used to pick, pack and ship small items such as books and toys to ... (full story)

11th District: Portage County Sunshine Laws case not ‘frivolous’

An appellant’s lawsuit alleging the Portage County Board of Commissioners violated state Sunshine Laws was not frivolous, the 11th District Court of Appeals recently ruled.
In his January 2016 suit, Brian M. Ames sought statutory damages for 15 alleged violations of Ohio’s Open Meetings Act, R.C. Chapter 121, as well ... (full story)