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First Steve Jobs movie gets red carpet premiere

PARK CITY, Utah: The first movie about Apple's legendary co-founder got a warm reception at its world premiere on Friday, just 15 months after Steve Jobs' death.

Growing wave of S.Korean millennials ditching stable white collar jobs, even as unemployment spikes

SEOUL: Some young Koreans are also moving out of the cities for farming or taking blue collar jobs abroad, shunning their society's traditional measures of success - well-paid office work, raising a family and buying an apartment.

What the strong Obama jobs recovery shows

ON Jan 6, the Labor Department will release the final monthly employment report of what has been an historic eight-year run of jobs growth during the Barack Obama administration.

Ashton Kutcher's 'Jobs' opens in August

The movie follows the co-founder of Apple, Steve Jobs, from his early years to eventually becoming one of the most revered entrepreneurs of our time.

Strong demand seen for specialist construction jobs

PETALING JAYA: Demand for specialist construction jobs, such as piling works, is still robust within the local construction sector.

Steve Jobs bio film set for April release

SAN FRANCISCO: The first film based on the life of legendary Apple co-founder Steve Jobs will be released in April, according to a distribution deal for jOBS announced on Thursday.

Asia markets weaker early Monday after soft US jobs data, oil soars(Update)

TOKYO: Asian stocks were mostly lower on Monday after a disappointing U.S. jobs report raised questions about the underlying strength of the world's biggest economy and worse-than-expected trade numbers out of China.

Consider jobs not related to field of study, grads urged

GEORGE TOWN: Graduates have been advised to consider jobs other than those related to their principal field of study, said TalentCorp Malaysia.

Apple co-founder says Steve Jobs film inaccurate

LOS ANGELES: Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said Friday that a new film about the late Steve Jobs is factually wrong, while the movie's makers countered it is meant as entertainment - not a literal retelling of the computer pioneer's life.

CEO: Technology will not take over human jobs

KUALA LUMPUR: The general belief that technology will take over human jobs in the future is a grave misconception, said Islamic Banking and Finance Institute Malaysia (IBFIM) chief executive officer Yusry Yusoff.