California employed more tech workers than any other state in 2012, according to a new report by the TechAmerica Foundation.
SACRAMENTO – Veterans and military spouses looking for work can head to the “Hiring Our Heroes – Sacramento” hiring fair.
A recently released economic report spells out how protected federal lands such as national parks, monuments, and wildernesses are playing a part in helping the West in job creation, personal income, and population growth.
A California State University, Stanislaus economics professor this morning released his prediction that the San Joaquin Valley economy will “perform at more accelerated rates in 2013 and 2014 than in previous years.”
HIREvents today announced its 2013 calendar of recruitment fairs where the region’s top employers can connect with a diverse crowd of active jobseekers.
STOCKTON – Three institutions of higher learning are inviting regional employers to take part in career and internship fairs up and down the Central Valley.
Unemployment dropped unexpectedly in September and hiring was stronger than expected, according to the U.S. Labor Department.
California added jobs at the fastest year-over-year pace in 11 years and the state is out-performing all but a handful of states in job creation, the state’s Employment Development Department(EDD) reported.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Fewer people sought unemployment benefits last week, largely because automakers did not carry out their typical summer shutdowns and temporary layoffs of autoworkers.