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Entelo CEO Jon Bischke’s company parses social-networking data to help clients find job candidates based on racial or gender search criteria. But will it play in Peoria?
U.S. employment likely rose at its fastest clip in five months in April and the jobless rate probably dropped in a show of strong economic momentum after a gloomy winter.
Employment growth has shifted to a new group of metropolitan areas that have benefited from the boom on Wall Street and the parallel IPO surge in Silicon Valley — call them the asset inflation cities.
As part of her lawsuit, Francine Katz alleges the brewery excluded women from informal social networks.
The U.S. Labor Department will set aside $150 million for state training programs aimed at reducing unemployment. States that are approved for the grants will receive from $500,000 to $6 million, said Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez.
The median household income of Americans has not increased in a decade, when adjusted for what has been modest inflation. The poverty level has not fluctuated either, stuck around 16 percent. Those figures could get worse soon.
Weekly jobless claims rose more than expected last week, but economists said the increase was likely due to issues with seasonal adjustments.
Amazon bought Zappos in 2009, and four years after the acquisition the company has adopted one of its unconventional human resource strategies.
Job prospects for this year’s college graduates have changed a lot from last year, according to a new survey.
Walt Disney Co. has offered to raise starting pay at its Florida theme parks by 25 percent to $10 an hour over two years, almost matching the federal minimum wage sought by President Barack Obama.
Here’s another sign that the labor market is tightening: A growing number of firms are finding it difficult to retain skilled workers.
A job training program tied to community colleges. Grants to groups that help train community college students for new jobs.