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Monday December 31, 2007

“I’m thankfully no longer with the company, and the last I heard the project’s delivery is now late by around 5 months. So, when your new Comcast Personal Web Pages sucks a fat donkey cock, you can blame the shitty management at Affinity Internet and the even worse decision making of Hostway Corporation. ¶ How’s that for professionalism?” — Alex Cabrera, who recently outed himself as the author of Habla Mierda, from his about page. Yowzer!

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Wednesday October 17, 2007

Florida’s minimum wage starting January will be $6.79, an increase of 12 cents. Gee, thanks.

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Tuesday September 25, 2007

Get that resume together: the National Hurricane Center’s hiring. Position: director.

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Monday July 23, 2007

“The current [job] growth rate is the slowest on record since December 2003 . . . Miami-Dade County had a [June] unemployment rate of 3.4 percent, compared with a May rate of 3.2 percent.”

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Thursday June 21, 2007

Hey everybody, New Times is hiring. Know anybody that can “understand the difference between magazine-style reporting and the hurried fact-finding of daily papers”?

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Tuesday June 5, 2007

Just got around to reading Matt Meltzer’s guide to searching for jobs in Miami-Dade. It’s equal parts sarcasm and actual information (ok, maybe 2:1). Pretty good.

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Tuesday October 31, 2006

Opening at Tigertail

Attention underemployed art(s) kids: my friends at Tigertail Productions are looking for a Project Coordinator. Sounds like a perfect opportunity for someone who has only administrative experience and wants to make an interest in the arts into a career:

Applicant must have strong office skills and be computer proficient on a Macintosh platform (Word and Excel at a minimum, Photoshop, iMovie and HTML and web skills a plus). Bilingual in Spanish strongly preferred (multilingual in other languages a plus, excellent spoken and written business English an absolute must). This person needs familiarity with and enthusiasm for the arts, culture and the diverse communities of Miami. The position is 3 – 4 days per week, 9 am – 5 pm, but schedule can be flexible.

Sounds like something I’d have jumped at a few years ago. E-mail Tigertail’s associate director, Robert Rosenberg (robert ·AT· tigertail ·DOT· org) to apply or get the complete info.

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Tuesday October 17, 2006

Yesterday, nearly 200 employees walked out of a Wal-Mart in Hialeah to protest changes in employment policies. “It’s the first time that Wal-Mart has faced a worker-led revolt of such scale, according to both employees and the company. Just as surprising, the company quickly said it would change at least one of the practices that had sparked the protest.” Good job, guys!

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