Jon Stewart’s take on the Israel-Gaza crisis drew robust laughs from audience members on Monday, but some commentators aren’t finding "The Daily Show" segment all that funny. One is Times of Israel editor David Horovitz.
Moral equivalence promoted by a talk show host is very disturbing.
Concerned about declining interest in its free 10-day trips to Israel, Taglit-Birthright has hired a marketing agency to seek out new participants, targeting college students with little or no connection to the Jewish community.
Birthright is casting its net wider, though exact reasons for the downturn in participation are unclear.
This blog links to 80+ of LinkedIn Influencers – "the top minds in business in every industry from retail to media, tech or healthcare – who share lessons from their youth and what their few more years of life can teach the class of 2014."
It's helpful for #teens to know that 86% of these influencers are not doing what they thought they would be....demonstrating how career choices are fluid and reflect changing goals and priorities. #Jteens
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With the national youth unemployment rate above 15 percent, it seems as though Millennials are struggling to lock in full-time employment. The sluggish economy is partly the blame. Misusing social media accounts is also seriously hurting Millennials.
The social media diet Last week, the Chronic
It's important for #teens to be aware of boundaries regarding social media and workplace ethics