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Employment-discrimination overhaul introduced at Statehouse - Columbus Business First

Employment News - February 2, 2016 - 6:33am

Columbus Business First

Employment-discrimination overhaul introduced at Statehouse
Columbus Business First
The Ohio Chamber of Commerce is pushing a new bill to reform the state's employment-discrimination laws. Sen. Bill Seitz, R-Cincinnati, introduced Senate Bill 268, which the chamber says will more closely align Ohio law with federal rules while still ...

BP reports biggest ever annual loss - Reuters

Employment News - February 2, 2016 - 6:07am

Reuters

BP reports biggest ever annual loss
Reuters
LONDON BP (BP.L) slumped to its biggest annual loss last year and announced thousands more job cuts on Tuesday, showing that even one of the nimblest oil producers is struggling in the worst market downturn in over a decade. The British oil and gas ...
BP to cut 7000 jobs after posting huge lossCNNMoney
Hit by falling oil prices, BP to cut 3000 jobsCBS News

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N.J. college tackling training gap for 'middle-skill' jobs - NJ.com

Employment News - February 2, 2016 - 5:31am

NJ.com

N.J. college tackling training gap for 'middle-skill' jobs
NJ.com
GLASSBORO — Millions of "middle-skill" jobs are expected to be added to the workforce next year, meanwhile the lack of quality technical education could hinder the enrollment of many of these positions, representatives from North America's Building ...

Emerging gauge for US economic health: auto sales, jobs - USA TODAY

Employment News - February 2, 2016 - 5:27am

USA TODAY

Emerging gauge for US economic health: auto sales, jobs
USA TODAY
Wall Street knows the U.S. manufacturing sector is mired in its own private recession. The latest proof came Monday when the Institute for Supply Management's January manufacturing gauge came in at 48.2, marking the third consecutive month below 50.

BP to cut 7000 jobs after posting huge loss - CNNMoney

Employment News - February 2, 2016 - 4:36am

BP to cut 7000 jobs after posting huge loss
CNNMoney
More bad news for oil investors and workers: BP is cutting thousands of jobs after it sank to a huge loss in 2015. The company posted an annual loss of $5.2 billion, compared with a profit of $8.1 billion in 2014. Much of the reversal was due to ...

BP to cut 7000 jobs after posting huge loss - CNNMoney

Employment News - February 2, 2016 - 4:33am

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BP to cut 7000 jobs after posting huge loss
CNNMoney
More bad news for oil investors and workers: BP is cutting thousands of jobs after it sank to a huge loss in 2015. The company posted an annual loss of $5.2 billion, compared with a profit of $8.1 billion in 2014. Much of the reversal was due to ...
BP Reports Annual Loss, Cuts More JobsFox Business
Hit by falling oil prices, BP to cut 3000 jobsCBS News
BP to cut another 3000 jobs after $5.2 bln lossMarketWatch
The Guardian -Financial Post
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Snow shoveling provides valuable increase in student employment - UConn Daily Campus

Employment News - February 2, 2016 - 3:49am

Snow shoveling provides valuable increase in student employment
UConn Daily Campus
According to coverage from the Daily Campus, UConn received over 200 applications for student show shoveling positions. Heavy snowfall left the school in unsafe disarray last winter, with snow banks piling up against North Garage. Parking lots (e.g. ...

BP Reports Annual Loss, Cuts More Jobs - Fox Business

Employment News - February 2, 2016 - 3:23am

Fox Business

BP Reports Annual Loss, Cuts More Jobs
Fox Business
BP slumped to its biggest annual loss last year and announced thousands more job cuts on Tuesday, showing that even one of the nimblest oil producers is struggling in the worst market downturn in over a decade. Continue Reading Below. The British oil ...
BP to cut another 3000 jobs after $5.2 bln lossMarketWatch
BP reports worst annual loss in over 20 years, cuts more jobsThe Fiscal Times
BP makes record loss and axes 7000 jobsThe Guardian
Rigzone -HITC
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Here are some good jobs that are growing fast, and don't require a four-year degree - ABC10

Employment News - February 2, 2016 - 2:13am

ABC10

Here are some good jobs that are growing fast, and don't require a four-year degree
ABC10
A bachelor's degree can be the ticket to a better job and higher pay, but not everyone has access or the means to earn a four-year degree. Loading… Post to Facebook. Here are some good jobs that are growing fast, and don't require a four-year degree A ...

Caesars Entertainment has lots of jobs, not a lot of applicants - New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio

Employment News - February 1, 2016 - 11:22pm

New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio

Caesars Entertainment has lots of jobs, not a lot of applicants
New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio
Thousands of jobs were lost in 2014 when a handful of Atlantic City casinos shut their doors for good, so why aren't locals jumping at the chance for employment? Caesars, Atlantic City Caesars Atlantic City (Michael Loccisano, Getty Images). According ...

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Even Fox News Hammers Ted Cruz For Lying About President Obama's Jobs Record - PoliticusUSA

Employment News - February 1, 2016 - 10:28pm

PoliticusUSA

Even Fox News Hammers Ted Cruz For Lying About President Obama's Jobs Record
PoliticusUSA
During an interview on Fox News Sunday host, Chris Wallace called out Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz for lying about Obamacare and President Obama's record on jobs. Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on ...
Fox host shreds Ted Cruz over Obamacare falsehoods: 'More people have jobs and health insurance'Raw Story

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City Talk: Employment was strong in Savannah area in 2015 - Savannah Morning News

Employment News - February 1, 2016 - 9:08pm

MaltaToday

City Talk: Employment was strong in Savannah area in 2015
Savannah Morning News
In late January, the Georgia Department of Labor released the employment estimates for December, which means we now have a snapshot of the local and statewide labor markets for all of 2015. Before we take a closer look, it's worth noting that some of ...
Private jobs under Labour register record growthMaltaToday

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Yahoo to cut 15 pct jobs, close several units - WSJ - Reuters

Employment News - February 1, 2016 - 8:18pm

Reuters

Yahoo to cut 15 pct jobs, close several units - WSJ
Reuters
Yahoo Inc Chief Executive Marissa Mayer is set to reveal cost-cutting plans that include slashing 15 percent of the company's workforce, or roughly 1,600 jobs, and closing several business units, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday. The plans ...
Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer to Cut 1600 Jobs, to Close Business UnitsLatin Post
Marissa Mayer plans to cut Yahoo jobs, shutter businessesMarketWatch
Yahoo to cut 15 percent jobs, close several units: WSJBusiness Insider
The Indian Express
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Rate of nonresidents holding Alaska jobs climbs for the fourth straight year - KTUU.com

Employment News - February 1, 2016 - 7:55pm

KTUU.com

Rate of nonresidents holding Alaska jobs climbs for the fourth straight year
KTUU.com
The number of nonresident workers in Alaska grew by 1,691 in 2014, eclipsing the number of new jobs for Alaska residents, a state study reported today. More from KTUU. Smoke alarms: What you need to know · Here's how much state lawmakers spent on ...

Middletown Officials Announce Expansion Of Youth Employment Program - Hartford Courant

Employment News - February 1, 2016 - 5:51pm

Middletown Officials Announce Expansion Of Youth Employment Program
Hartford Courant
MIDDLETOWN — Area youth now can work part-time jobs year-round, instead of just during the summer thanks to the state legislature expanding the youth employment program run by the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce. Officials marked the ...

Coal jobs and production fell sharply in Eastern and Western Kentucky in 2015 - Lexington Herald Leader

Employment News - February 1, 2016 - 5:32pm

Lexington Herald Leader

Coal jobs and production fell sharply in Eastern and Western Kentucky in 2015
Lexington Herald Leader
Coal production in Eastern Kentucky plunged in 2015 to a level not seen since the low point of the Great Depression in 1932, costing more than 2,000 people their jobs in the state's beleaguered eastern coalfield. Production and jobs also dropped ...

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Why Some Still Can't Find Jobs as the Economy Nears 'Full Employment' - WBEZ

Employment News - February 1, 2016 - 3:58pm

WBEZ

Why Some Still Can't Find Jobs as the Economy Nears 'Full Employment'
WBEZ
Economists use the phrase "full employment" to mean the number of people seeking jobs is roughly in balance with the number of openings. "Full employment" is a phrase economists use to explain how the job market recovers from a recession. We'll be ...
NZ unemployment may rise despite bounce back in new jobs at the end of 2015Stuff.co.nz

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New Clermont Co. industrial park could support 3500 jobs - Cincinnati.com

Employment News - February 1, 2016 - 2:28pm

Cincinnati.com

New Clermont Co. industrial park could support 3500 jobs
Cincinnati.com
Clermont County officials expect the development of a new industrial park to boost manufacturing activity and job creation in the area. The nonprofit Clermont County CIC Inc. spent $4.9 million on 242 acres of land at Half Acre Road and Ohio 32 in ...

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Nearly 100 Available Jobs at Yale University - Patch.com

Employment News - February 1, 2016 - 12:46pm

Nearly 100 Available Jobs at Yale University
Patch.com
Yale University School of Medicine - New Haven, CTof Hematology in the Yale Cancer Center at Yale University School of Medicine. We focus on the study of MDS and AML as well as normal hematopoiesis. We are particularly ...

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Study: Out-of-state workers taking more RI jobs - WPRI 12 Eyewitness News

Employment News - February 1, 2016 - 10:40am

WPRI 12 Eyewitness News

Study: Out-of-state workers taking more RI jobs
WPRI 12 Eyewitness News
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – A growing number of jobs in Rhode Island are going to out-of-state workers, particularly skilled positions for those with college degrees, according to a recent study published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. The study ...

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