The Ministry of Interior of Great Britain has ordered Alisher Apsalyamov, 23, from Kazakhstan to leave the position of Chief Scout in Wales football club Cardiff City.
A resident of Mangistau oblast has been promising a job placement in an oil company in exchange for a large fee.
Figures due Wednesday are expected to show the eurozone finally edging out of a record 18-month recession which has cost millions of jobs and tested the single currency bloc to near breaking point.
As thousands of Italians leave the country to look for work elsewhere, one young journalist's blog claims to offer "a megaphone for this generation," a voice to all those who profess to be ready to return "if...".
Despite having a bachelor's degree, five years of professional experience and speaking three languages, Paloma Fernandez has joined the swelling ranks of Spain's "lost generation" that can't find work in a grinding recession.
Kazakhstan citizens working in Google, Facebook, Twitter, Groupon told Voxpopulli.kz about their work in the Silicon Valley.
The poll involved 2.7 thousand employees in Kazakhstan and showed that most of the respondents felt themselves out of place.
A defendant in the New Delhi gang-rape and murder trial has demanded "proper food and newspapers" from jail officials as he prepares for a job recruitment test.
The poll that covered 2.4 thousand people showed that 68 percent of respondents had manipulated their employers at least once.
Students of 14 leading Kazakhstan universities have called KazMunaiGas the employer of their choice.
A Chinese city is searching for a foreign traveller to become a "modern Marco Polo", with a 40,000 euro ($52,000) salary on offer to the winner.
Air New Zealand said Friday that one of its pilots fell into a deep sleep while at the controls of an international flight but insisted that safety aboard the aircraft was never compromised.
In Romania, one of the EU's poorest countries, hope to many has come in the form of a computer recycling program that is helping jobless adults and disadvantaged Roma youth beat the odds.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton received a standing ovation from her staff and an American football helmet to protect her from Washington's hard knocks as she returned to work after a health scare.
Futurist and inventor Raymond Kurzweil said on Friday that he is going to work as director of engineering at Google to help "turn the next decade's 'unrealistic' visions into reality."
36 percent of those who want to work until retirement (and after if they can) are confident that it is impossible to live on pension payments.
A backlash over alleged cyberbullying that pushed a Canadian girl to suicide has cost a man his job, and is hampering a federal police investigation.
A judge in Costa Rica has been sacked for serial tardiness, the newspaper La Nacion reported Monday.
The popularity of Brazil's government rose in September, apparently unaffected by an ongoing bribery trial, a poll said Wednesday.
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