Texas Workforce Upper Rio Grande has joined forces with federal, state
and public institutions with a goal of targeting manufacturers willing to expand
and create more jobs.
A majority of employers are likely to hire engineers during the next 60 days, particularly in California and Texas, a Monster survey reveals.
AT&T today announced it is
looking to fill more than 120 openings in South Carolina, including
more than 70 new jobs.
Many workers mistakenly believe that former employers can't provide negative job references. But how do you know if a previous employer is bad-mouthing you?
California says it can't retain enough trained workers
to run and maintain its complex water delivery system, a problem
that could have severe consequences on the state's cities and farms.
Tis the season of advice, at least for college graduates.
Analysts predict that for the U.S. to remain competitive
worldwide in the field of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, it will have to train a million more STEM professionals
over the next 10 years.
Want a job in today's economy? You may need to think, talk and write better.
Fred Smith is returning to his Utah retail roots with the opening late this
month of Fabulous Freddy's Car Wash in Sandy.
Mich. Gov. Rick
Snyder recently kicked off a two-day jobs summit at Cobo Center in Detroit. Minority businesses were noticeably absent.
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