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Few states have as good a reason as Maryland to be nervous about cuts in federal spending. The U.S. government employs more than 280,000 Marylanders directly and many indirectly, thanks to the billions of dollars in federal contracts that businesses in...
A year ago, Washington marketing associate Tara Miller felt lucky just to have a job in her field. So while she wanted to work in Baltimore — where she could be closer to her boyfriend — Miller stayed put at her job in D.C. But by March of...
Elkhart ranked #10 in Forbes Magazine’s recent list of Best Places to Live Cheaply in the United States. The list is based on housing affordability, cost of living, the unemployment rate, the quality of public schools and a low violent crime rating...
SOUTH BEND – Political gridlock in Washington and unrest in the stock market haven't kept some local companies from growing. More than 60 area businesses from actively recruited new hires at a job fair Tuesday at IU South Bend. Fair organizers...
Clout StreetRejecting Chicago job applicants because of credit history would be banned in most cases under a proposal a City Council committee endorsed Thursday. The state, with some exceptions, already bans rejection of job applicants with poor credit histories....
COSTA MESA — The duties aren't glamorous and neither is the pay. An entry-level office specialist — who answers phones, files, copies and faxes — could expect to make between $15.70 and $21.04 an hour at the Costa Mesa Sanitary...
It is time to bring the dollars home. One of the most discussed aspects of economic life in America is the amount of capital on U.S. corporate balance sheets. But according to research by Moody's, as much as half of U.S. companies' $1.24 trillion in cash...
Tags: Politics, White House, Finance, Labor Markets, Real Estate
A state inspector general will delay an investigation into the contracting practices of Workforce Central Florida, citing a similar U.S. Department of Labor inquiry and an ongoing probe of the agency's purchase of a fleet of vehicles. The inspector...
Tags: Florida, Politics, Contracts, Employment, Career and Workplace
Workforce Central Florida says, so far, an internal review has found no violations in contracting practicesUPDATED: Workforce Central Florida has issued a press release addressing the investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor. It’s light on details, but it provides a few bits of information. Among them: The agency says an internal review —...
Experts have said the nation's unemployment rate will stay above eight percent for the next three years, but there is a tool online that aims to give Hoosiers help in finding solid career paths. Rick Barkley, an Indianapolis man, said he knows all...
During the economic recession, people have had to cut back, for some, in almost every aspect of their lives. Goodwill Industries have played a major role in helping communities weather these rough economic times by providing an affordable alternative to...
A routine traffic stop by a police officer in Georgia led authorities in Maryland to a suspected identity theft scheme in which state unemployment benefits totaling $170,000 were falsely obtained in the names of dozens of unwitting people. None of the...
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