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What To Expect At September's Job Fair?

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The Job Journal hosted another job fair on September 22, 2015 from Noon to  4 pm at the University Plaza Waterfront Hotel  in Stockton. Admission is always free for job seekers (Click Here for Details).
Community Business College provides job placement staff to offer free professional resume critiques to attendees. This is normally a component of a resume development package but the college provides the service free of charge as part of its community outreach.

What jobs were being recruit for at this fair? Here's the official list (each listing has an active link to a job description, CBC does not endorse these jobs and advises its job seekers to check before purchasing any job leads):
Account Executive (Digital and print advertising sales)Adult/Youth Sports Officials (Seasonal/PT)After School Recreation LeaderBanking AnalystChief Plant Operator - WaterCNC OperatorCoach CounselorCrane / Rigging InstructorDeduction CoordinatorDeputy Director of Human ResourcesDeputy Municipal Utilitie…

Work-Related Education Expenses As Tax Deductions

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Adult students who attend Community Business College may be eligible for tax deductions for the expenses they incur while attending school. Questions come up as to how the expenses that come getting training can be used at tax time. The most common questions are: Who is eligible for work-related tax deductions? Which expenses can be taken as deductions? What do I need to take a deduction if I’m eligible?

So here’s what the folks at the Internal Revenue Service say about educational expenses.  (By the way, this information is specifically for work-related education expenses. For full-time academic students at eligible institutions, see this webpage: http://www.irs.gov/publications/p970/ch06.html).


You may be able to deduct work-related educational expenses paid during the fiscal year as itemized deductions on IRS Form 1040, Schedule A, Itemized Deductions.
Which Expenses Are Eligible? In order to be deductible, your expenses must be for education that either:
         (1) maintains or imp…