Skip to primary navigation Skip to main content

Real estate sales and teacher woes

From Business Today:


Check out the real estate listings for Erie and Niagara Counties for the week ending Dec. 30. The highest price paid in Erie County was $1.27 million, while the average price was $151,137. In Niagara County, the highest price tag was $351,250 with an average sales price of $90,520.


Competition is intense in Western New York for jobs in education. The teacher's union estimates that 17,000 positions have been lost over the last two years, and further cuts are being made due to budget restrictions. At the same time, colleges are pumping out more and more teachers, and graduates are going years without landing work. In elementary education, local experts estimate there are 1,500 applicants for every one job opening.


 This week's Strategy for Success looks at Nadja Foods, the empire built by Nadja Piatka and the low-calorie, low-fat snacks she sells at restaurant and grocery chains. Piatka traces the steps she took to build her Buffalo-based business even when times were tough and creditors were beating down her door. Today, her recipes are mass produced and sold at such powerhouse corporations as McDonald’s, Subway, Wegmans and Price Chopper supermarkets.

Who is getting hired, promoted and honored?


From MoneySmart:


What did you think of this year's crop of Super Bowl commercials?



Film | Housing market | Jobs | Real Estate
comments powered by Disqus