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Thousands of high-paying jobs coming to Colorado Springs? - Colorado Springs Gazette

Employment News - 33 min 8 sec ago

Thousands of high-paying jobs coming to Colorado Springs?
Colorado Springs Gazette
In one of the more upbeat business forecasts in recent years, a top economic development official said Thursday that Colorado Springs is in the running to snag employers who could bring as many as 2,000 high-paying jobs to town - part of a recent ...

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Who's hiring in 2015? Tri-State employment picture looks healthy in a number ... - WCPO

Employment News - 51 min 54 sec ago

WCPO

Who's hiring in 2015? Tri-State employment picture looks healthy in a number ...
WCPO
Looking for work? While P&G is making headlines with job cuts, other local employers present a healthy hiring outlook. (File image). Looking for work? While P&G is making headlines with job cuts, other local employers present a healthy hiring outlook.

Will Living-Wage Jobs Come Back? - GlobeSt.com

Employment News - 3 hours 27 min ago

Will Living-Wage Jobs Come Back?
GlobeSt.com
ONTARIO, CA—Minimum-wage job growth is undeniable, but you can't send your kids to college if you're working at Chili's, said speakers at RealShare Inland Empire here yesterday. The “Local Leaders Roundtable” panel noted growth in low-paying jobs at ...

A Tale of Two Employment Discrimination Lawsuits: Revlon and Saks Fifth Avenue - Huffington Post

Employment News - 3 hours 41 min ago

A Tale of Two Employment Discrimination Lawsuits: Revlon and Saks Fifth Avenue
Huffington Post
Revlon, who reported revenue of about $350 million in 2013, and Saks Inc., a department store chain purchased by Hudson's Bay Co. for roughly $2.4 billion in 2013, face headline-grabbing employment discrimination lawsuits. Both fashion tales will sink ...

Jobs With the Best Salary Potential - U.S. News & World Report

Employment News - 3 hours 44 min ago

U.S. News & World Report

Jobs With the Best Salary Potential
U.S. News & World Report
Fatter paychecks are on the way for data architects, lawyers and workers in other hot jobs. By Jada A. Graves Jan. 30, 2015 | 12:43 p.m. EST + More. Ever heard the proverb, “Good salaries happen to good people?” Of course you haven't, because it's not ...

Credit Reports and Employment: What You Should Know - PayScale Career News (blog)

Employment News - 4 hours 26 min ago

Credit Reports and Employment: What You Should Know
PayScale Career News (blog)
Given the rules of your state, your future employer may or may not be able to check your credit report and decide on your candidature accordingly. While experts agree that a bad credit report does not indicate a bad job performance, the practice is ...

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None of shale's boosters told us what would happen to jobs when the energy ... - Quartz

Employment News - 5 hours 39 min ago

Quartz

None of shale's boosters told us what would happen to jobs when the energy ...
Quartz
Over the last couple of years, Wall Street analysts, energy experts, consultants, and journalists have fallen over one another creating new superlatives to describe the impact of the US shale boom. It was producing a “manufacturing renaissance” in the ...

Chicago PMI Rises as Employment Expands - Nasdaq

Employment News - 5 hours 43 min ago

Chicago PMI Rises as Employment Expands
Nasdaq
An economic snapshot of the manufacturing heavy Midwest climbed in January, fueled by orders, output and a big surge in employment. The Chicago Business Barometer, commonly called the Chicago PMI, rose to 59.4 this month, from December's revised ...

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All US Jobs Did Not Go to Immigrants - FactCheck.org

Employment News - 6 hours 25 min ago

All US Jobs Did Not Go to Immigrants
FactCheck.org
Rick Santorum touted a shocking statistic to Iowa voters: Of the “6 million net new jobs created in America” since 2000, “all of them” are held by immigrants. That's not accurate. Santorum ignores the 2.6 million job gains by native-born Americans over ...
Rick Santorum Gets It Wrong On Immigrants Holding US JobsHuffington Post

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Cut energy workers could spur flurry of employment litigation - Houston Business Journal

Employment News - 6 hours 31 min ago

Cut energy workers could spur flurry of employment litigation
Houston Business Journal
Jessica Mason, partner with the employment practice at the Houston office of Dallas-based Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP, said highly compensated upstream workers who have lost their jobs recently will be litigation bait for plaintiff lawyers in the months ...

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Cut energy workers could spur flurry of employment litigation - Houston Business Journal

Employment News - 6 hours 31 min ago

Cut energy workers could spur flurry of employment litigation
Houston Business Journal
Jessica Mason, partner with the employment practice at the Houston office of Dallas-based Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP, said highly compensated upstream workers who have lost their jobs recently will be litigation bait for plaintiff lawyers in the months ...

We Saw An Incredible Collection Of Ferraris In Palm Beach This Weekend - Business Insider

Employment News - 7 hours 34 min ago

Business Insider

We Saw An Incredible Collection Of Ferraris In Palm Beach This Weekend
Business Insider
Tom Brady's Diet Is So Strict That He Eats Avocado-Based Ice Cream As A... Here's Some Of The Most Damning Physical Evidence Against Aaron Hernandez · Video · Research reveals why women cheat, and it's not what you think · Place your bets — Nate ...

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Employment cost index may mean more to markets than GDP report - MarketWatch

Employment News - 8 hours 58 min ago

Employment cost index may mean more to markets than GDP report
MarketWatch
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — It doesn't happen often, but the first look at fourth-quarter gross domestic product report on Friday may play second fiddle to the quarterly employment cost index, a relatively lesser-known report on workers' wages and ...

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4300 jobs could still be cut from Aberdeen Proving Ground - ABC2 News

Employment News - 10 hours 20 min ago

ABC2 News

4300 jobs could still be cut from Aberdeen Proving Ground
ABC2 News
About 450 people attended the community listening session hosted by the Army Thursday night. For two hours local and state leaders worked to make the case that Aberdeen Proving Ground is a base that needs to be protected. The possible job losses at ...

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More On U.S. Employment, Post-Trough - Seeking Alpha (registration)

Employment News - 13 hours 50 min ago

Seeking Alpha (registration)

More On U.S. Employment, Post-Trough
Seeking Alpha (registration)
Reader rtd states, "it is virtually guaranteed that after a nation's business cycle trough, that same nation's employment growth will display an upward trend." I thought this an interesting enough assertion that it merited additional investigation. If ...

Oil prices low, but jobs diversity bodes well for Front Range economy - The Denver Post

Employment News - 14 hours 28 min ago

Oil prices low, but jobs diversity bodes well for Front Range economy
The Denver Post
A view of downtown Denver with Union Station in the foreground. (Cyrus McCrimmon, Denver Post file photo). Sinking oil prices may be weighing heavily on Colorado. But metro Denver economists say a balanced employment base will keep the economy ...

Lansing area employment trends can guide job seekers' training - Lansing State Journal

Employment News - 14 hours 48 min ago

Lansing State Journal

Lansing area employment trends can guide job seekers' training
Lansing State Journal
Earlier this month, Luke Bunge, an economic research analyst at the Department of Technology, Management and Budget Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives, spoke at the Capital Area Michigan Works! Workforce Development Board meeting to ...

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Sargento Foods to expand Kiel facility, add up to 180 jobs - The Sheboygan Press

Employment News - January 29, 2015 - 11:21pm

The Sheboygan Press

Sargento Foods to expand Kiel facility, add up to 180 jobs
The Sheboygan Press
Plymouth-based Sargento Foods plans to expand its production facility in Kiel by 80,000 square feet next year and hire up to 180 more workers, the company announced this week. Loading… Post to Facebook. Sargento Foods to expand Kiel facility, add up ...

The Employment Benefits of Cutting Unemployment Benefits - Reason (blog)

Employment News - January 29, 2015 - 10:28pm

Reason (blog)

The Employment Benefits of Cutting Unemployment Benefits
Reason (blog)
The National Bureau of Economic Research this month issued a report by economists Marcus Hagedorn of the University of Oslo, Kurt Mitman of Stockholm University, and Iourii Manovskii of University of Pennsylvania, called "The Impact of Unemployment ...
Cutting Unemployment Insurance Probably Does Create Jobs, But We Don't ...National Review Online (blog)

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Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Cutting More Than 500 Jobs - Wall Street Journal

Employment News - January 29, 2015 - 4:37pm

Financial Post

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Cutting More Than 500 Jobs
Wall Street Journal
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce is cutting more than 500 jobs, making it the latest big domestic lender to pare costs, according to people familiar with the matter. Toronto-based CIBC, Canada's fifth-largest bank by assets, made the job cuts over ...
CIBC latest Canadian lender to cut jobs, seeks to boost efficiencyReuters
CIBC has slashed 500 jobs in the past two weeks, source saysFinancial Post
CIBC said to cut 500 jobs to boost operating efficiencyToronto Star
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