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What to Major in for Good Job, Good Pay

Computer engineers, data analysts, physician assistants, software developers and petroleum engineers are expected to become some of the most lucrative and highest demand professions in the next three years. ...continue

Stores Get a Jump on Holiday Hiring

Twin City retailers and restaurants started preparing for the holiday season months ago, ordering additional products and hiring seasonal staff. ...continue

DRB Capital Looks to Double Employment

DRB Capital plans to hire 75 employees in Delray Beach in exchange for $450,000 in state and local incentives, the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County said. ...continue

Reception to Pair Business With Paid Interns

The Broward National Academy Foundation will host a free reception Oct. 23 for businesses interested in hiring high school students as paid interns. ...continue

Amazon Hiring 80,000 Seasonal Workers

Amazon plans to create 80,000 seasonal jobs across its U.S. network of fulfillment and sortation centers this holiday season to meet an increase in customer demand. ...continue

Long-term Jobless Projects Get $170 Million in Grants

The Obama administration is announcing $170 million in grants divided among 23 work projects across the country that aim to reduce the number of long-term unemployed Americans. ...continue

Finding the Passion for a 2nd or 3rd Career

People who want or need to continue working well beyond the traditional retirement age are finding creative ways to stay employed in not just one new career, but two, three or more. ...continue

Young Farmers Suddenly See a Fertile Market

Kate McNellis is among a growing number of Americans in their 20s and 30s helping reverse a three-decade decline in agriculture's supply of young farmers. ...continue

Ford Hiring for F-150 Gear-up

Ford on Monday announced it will add 850 new jobs in Dearborn to build the all-new 2015 F-150 pickup that is the automaker's most advanced pickup in 66 years. ...continue

Ford Hiring 850 to Build New Truck

Ford is hiring 850 workers to help build its new F-150 pickup truck in the Dearborn area. ...continue

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