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Woman Says Suspect Pinched her Breast During Health Screening

Woman Says Suspect Pinched her Breast During Health Screening

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. --  A Jacksonville woman said she was inappropriately touched while getting a health screening at Walmart.

The 38-year-old woman told Jacksonville Sheriff's Office deputies she went to the store on Hutchinson Park Drive to shop. While there, she took part in a health screening.

According to a JSO police report, the woman said when the suspect put the blood pressure cuff on her arm he, "touched her breast."

She said she thought it was an accident but when the man removed the blood pressure cuff, she said, "the suspect pinched her breast."

Police have contacted the company and the investigation is ongoing.

 

Need a Halloween Costume? Dress Like Flo!

Need a Halloween Costume? Dress Like Flo!

If you've been procrastinating on a costume this Halloween, Progressive Insurance has come through for you! The insurance provider has taken the time to put together a step by step guide for dressing up as the star of their commercials, better known as, "Flo."

The guide includes a how to on recreating her look with 10 accessories, as well as tutorials for make-up, hair and getting into character in general.

Visit the Progressive Insurance website to dress like Flo this Halloween.

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Nearly One Half of all Workers Claim They are Less Productive Without Coffee

Nearly One Half of all Workers Claim They are Less Productive Without Coffee

 

 

National Coffee Day is Thursday, September 29, and according to a new survey commissioned jointly by Dunkin’ Donuts and CareerBuilder, scientists/lab technicians are the professions that need coffee the most, followed by marketing/public relations and education administrators. The survey results also show that coffee plays a major role in helping professionals perk up at work, as 34 percent need coffee to get through their workday, and 46 percent of those who drink coffee claim they are less productive without a cup of Joe.

New Book Says Ugly People Should Be A Protected Class

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Have you ever felt your looks have affected your life?  A new book called, "Beauty Pays" claims ugly people just have it tougher. 

University of Texas economy professor and author Daniel Hamermesh said, ugly people could make $230,000 less over their lifetime, versus their better looking peers.  He said if a majority considers someone to be ugly, then, he probably is.

But some people take issue with the book.  Rina Stermilla said, "I definitely don't agree with it."
Stermilla is a financial planner in Jacksonville.  She said in her business, looks don't have anything to do with money.  "The ugliest ones have way more money than the pretty ones."

Hiring Managers Share Most Unusual Resume Mistakes in Annual CareerBuilder Survey

Hiring Managers Share Most Unusual Resume Mistakes in Annual CareerBuilder Survey

With 13.9 million Americans seeking work, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, grabbing an employer’s attention quickly and leaving a positive impression is critical. According to a recent CareerBuilder study, nearly half (45 percent) of human resource managers said they spend, on average, less than one minute reviewing an application. The survey, which was conducted by Harris Interactive© from May 19 to June 8, 2011, included more than 2,600 employers nationwide.