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Men are picking up jobs in the recession at a faster clip than women. (file photo)

Men Are the Big Winners in the Jobs Recovery

As the recovery from the recession continues, men are picking up the greater share of the jobs being added. ...continue

Health Care Hiring Up, Wages Down

The traditionally high-paying health-care sector has carried Minnesota's job recovery in recent years, but most of the health jobs created in there since the end of 2008 are in lower-paying roles. ...continue

Ferguson to Get 200 Claims Processing Jobs

Centene Corp. has selected Ferguson, the site of unrest following the police shooting of Michael Brown, as the location for a new claims processing facility, with plans to bring up to 200 jobs to the city. ...continue

Haney Truck Line Hiring Drivers

Demand for truck drivers nationwide is strong, and the Yakima Valley reflects that trend. ...continue

Identity Thieves Prey on Job Seekers

Among the lowest forms of life on the planet are scam artists who prey on job hunters who are asked -- sometimes by legitimate employers -- for their Social Security numbers. ...continue

Laid-off Workers Return to Their Fields

In another sign of a strengthening economy, a growing number of displaced workers are getting jobs in the industries they left. ...continue

GM to Announce New Jobs in Tennessee

General Motors is expected to announce new vehicles and jobs Wednesday at a sprawling factory complex in Spring Hill, Tenn. ...continue

Ford Hires 300 at Louisville Lincoln Plant

Ford has hired 300 new employees and invested $129 million at its Louisville Assembly Plant in Kentucky to support production of the 2015 Lincoln MKC. ...continue

Should Bias Against Hiring Unemployed Be Illegal?

Some cities, states and President Obama have sought to help long-term unemployed people, who they say shouldn't be passed over for jobs because their resumes show an employment gap. But it hasn't been easy. ...continue

Immigrants Find Jobs in Gaming Industry

The gambling industry in Western Pennsylvania is betting on refugee immigrants. And casinos say it's paying off. ...continue

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