Ann Arbor, Michigan - Research by James Westphal, a strategy professor at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business, suggests women executives face social discrimination in the workplace, making their jobs harder.

Washington, DC - A public - private mentored research program based at the National Institutes of Health called the NIH Clinical Research Training Program (CRTP) has helped foster the careers of research-oriented medical and dental students, and similar programs may help bolster the dwindling pipeline of biomedical researchers and clinician - scientists, according to a study now available electronically in Academic Medicine.

El Paso, Texas - U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operations is currently seeking applicants for CBP officer positions at 22 locations around the country including the El Paso port of entry.

Washington, DC - While the goal of a K–12 education was once high-school graduation, the focus has now shifted to college and career readiness.

Washington, DC - The American Psychological Association has launched a new, enhanced career center - PsycCareers - that connects psychology professionals across all disciplines and career stages with employers offering job opportunities.

Sacramento, California - With an estimated 40 percent of all California state employees eligible to retire in the next five years, and nearly 50 percent here at CDFA, the agency recognizes a substantial need to recruit new employees and this week held its first annual career fair at its Gateway Oaks office in Sacramento.