Jobs are hard to find in this day and age. The high unemployment rate, college and technical school graduates and outsourcing to other countries have all contributed to the tight job market. Job seekers need to be diligent in their job searches. Staffing agencies, temporary employment agencies and government websites should not be overlooked when conducting a job search.
Preparation is a key element in handling a disaster. Check out these resources to be ready for anything in Tampa Bay.
With cutbacks in education and politicians deciding what is best for our children, many parents are deciding to homeschool their children. There are lots of resources for Tampa Bay parents tackling this difficult teaching feat.
Chef Cristian Feher of Tampa Bay Personal Chef Services has some helpful hints and cooking suggestions for parents and children to prepare simple meals together in the kitchen.
There are many ways to give to the less fortunate. Money and gifts are always good, but organizations also need volunteers to help out during the holidays.
Hanukkah 2012 begins on December 8, 2012 and ends on December 16, 2012. There are many events leading up to and during Hanukkah. Each congregation in the area has events planned during December.
Get the family together to make a difference in the Tampa Bay community this holiday season.
Many parents today are looking for alternative ways to celebrate Halloween. Tampa Bay delivers on diversity for the spooky holiday.
Ybor City’s Guavaween event has been celebrated for over 25 years on the streets of Ybor. This annual Halloween block party occurs the last weekend before Halloween on Seventh Avenue in Ybor City.
Tampa Bay delivers the haunts this year with a great list of kid-friendly spooky events in the area.