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U.S. employers added 148,000 jobs in December, a modest gain but still enough to suggest the economy entered the new year with solid momentum.
For much of the current eight and a-half year-long recovery we have heard from employers that they cannot fill all their vacant jobs.
Maine’s unemployment rate is 3.5 percent, according to the latest statewide employment report released by the Maine Department of Labor.
Making the transition from the military to a civilian career can be challenging. Skills honed during service to our country do not immediately translate to skills sought out by many employers.
As the ranks of former military personnel continue to grow, with 21.2 million in 2015 and more than 1.6 million in Texas alone, our nation's workforce will increasingly benefit from their skills and perspectives.
A new survey released this week shows that people rarely view U.S. military veterans as being valuable in the workplace, with only 26 percent of employers and 22 percent of civilians responding that those who once served in America’s armed forces are now viewed as “strategic assets.”
Veterans and non-veterans alike are welcome at the 5th annual Veterans Job Fair Friday, May 20 onboard the USS LST 393 Veterans Museum ship downtown Muskegon.
The community came together to connect veterans to resources on Tuesday in Conroe.
New York, 24.03.2016 – A wholesaler, a technology company and an oil company: all of these can be found among the Top 3 of America’s best employers this year.
Last May, after serving his country for 13 years in the United States Air Force, technical sergeant Heath McNaughton was re-entering the civilian workforce. Armed with two associate and a bachelor's degree he'd earned while serving, he was feeling quite optimistic about his post military professional life.