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GE Healthcare Bringing Jobs to Massachusetts

When fully operational, GE Healthcare Life Sciences' new facility will house more than 500 highly skilled employees and bring more than 220 new jobs to Massachusetts. ...continue

Walmart Opens Hiring Center

Walmart has opened a hiring center for its Neighborhood Market that will open later this year in Jacksonville, Fla. ...continue

Hiring, Unemployment Rate Both Rose in July

An apparent contradiction in hiring rates and unemployment numbers reflects an increase in job-hunting nationwide as an improving economy encourages more people to look for work. ...continue

Youthbuild Grant Offers Jobs Training

Youths in Clark County, Wash., who seem headed for trouble will benefit from a $1.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor. ...continue

Georgia Nursing Center Adding Jobs

Officials broke ground Friday for the Bostick Nursing Center, a new 280-bed geriatric care facility that will create 225 jobs in Baldwin County, Ala. ...continue

Mayo Clinic Internships Offer Job Experience

During this summer, college students from around the world trade in lectures, homework and laboratories for suits, desks and plastic gloves. ...continue

Amazon, Nursing Jobs in Kentucky

Amazon is hiring for more than 300 full-time positions with benefits starting the first day at its fulfillment centers in Hebron, Ky. ...continue

Job Openings Abound in South Florida

Job seekers in South Florida had more opportunities to find work this summer as openings increased in the leisure and hospitality industry. ...continue

Yelp Bringing 300 Jobs to Chicago

San Francisco-based Yelp Inc. plans to open a new office in Chicago next year, requiring 300 new hires, mostly in sales. ...continue

U.S. Youth Employment up Slightly Over Last Summer

An annual Bureau of Labor Statistics report said 51.9 percent of U.S. youth were working in July 2014 compared to 50.7 percent a year ago. ...continue

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