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Latest Job News Updates November 25

  • Tennessee governor’s race: A year out, voters say jobs, education, health care among their top …

    The Tennessean
    In interviews with residents across the state, local jobs, education, health care and the ongoing opioid crisis are among the top concerns they want the next governor to address. Already, candidates are crisscrossing the state listening and working to boost their name recognition with voters ahead of the …
  • An end in sight for Alaska’s recession

    Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman
    Fried told the Resource Development Council last week that the economy will likely shed about 1,700 jobs in 2017, a slight improvement from 1,800 …
  • Guerin Emig: Mike Gundy as familiar SEC jobs reopen: “My stability here is more than it ever has …

    Tulsa World
    Jobs at Tennessee and Arkansas are open again. Florida is … You can even make a case Gundy has a better job than the ones he dabbled with five years ago, from an on-field standpoint. Tennessee … It would be unfair for me to say that,” Gundy said in response to the notion of OSU-as-superior job.
  • Small Business Saturday comes to Williamsport

    Williamsport Sun-Gazette
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  • Meanwhile, at the Florida State head coaching job

    Tampabay.com (blog)
    Was this Fisher’s final last Florida-Florida State game? “No,” Fisher said. “Don’t start that. I ain’t talking about jobs. You know how I go about things.” He added, “And you are all doing your jobs, trying to get the hits. Just let everything play out, guys. But you’ve got to do your job. That’s part of everything.
  • ‘We are better than you think’

    Fayetteville Observer
    In late September, Robert Van Geons stood at a podium in a large banquet room full of Cumberland County’s VIPs — scores of business owners, elected officials and Fort Bragg leadership. He was still a bit unfamiliar to some people, on the job only eight months as the man chiefly responsible for …
  • Forest Service hiring nearly 1000 temporary jobs in region

    Seattle Times
    OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The U.S. Forest Service is taking applications for over 900 temporary jobs that will be filled in the region next year. The Forest Service plans to hire that many temporary workers to help at national forests and grasslands in Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming …
  • Forest Service Hiring Nearly 1000 Temporary Jobs in Region

    U.S. News & World Report
    Forest Service Hiring Nearly 1,000 Temporary Jobs in Region. The U.S. Forest Service is taking applications for over 900 temporary jobs that will be filled in the region next year. Nov. 25, 2017, at 3:58 p.m.. Forest Service Hiring Nearly 1,000 Temporary Jobs in Region …
  • Coaching job profile: Pluses and minuses of the Arkansas vacancy

    The Athletic
    There are four open SEC jobs, with another likely to happen. Florida, Tennessee, Ole Miss and Arkansas are open, with Texas A&M expected to fire …
  • ‘The broad agenda for 2018 is to create jobs

    Ghana News Agency
    Accra, Nov. 25, GNA – Mr Kwaku Kwarteng, the Deputy Minister of Finance, says the broad agenda for 2018 and the medium term is to create jobs leading to prosperity and equal opportunities for all Ghanaians. He said the unemployment situation in the country was a security threat that needed robust …
  • UCF tries to hold onto Scott Frost as Nebraska job opens, Chip Kelly spurns UF

    Orlando Sentinel
    UCF coach Scott Frost’s stock is soaring, with Nebraska firing Mike Riley and Chip Kelly officially picking UCLA over Florida Saturday morning. Frost has been a popular target among elite programs searching for new head coaches after inheriting a UCF team that went 0-12 in 2015 and steering the No.
  • Trump Has Been on a Golfing Binge in Florida, Delaying White House Duties

    Newsweek
    “After Turkey call I will be heading over to Trump National Golf Club, Jupiter, to play golf (quickly),” Trump wrote Friday, before departing in the presidential motorcade minutes later for his golfing excursion. “Then back to Mar-a-Lago for talks on bringing even more jobs and companies back to the USA!”.
  • Maui Lani gifts land parcel to hospice

    Maui News
    The donation of a three-quarter acre parcel by Maui Lani Partners to Hospice Maui for a meditation garden has been finalized, a Hospice Maui news …
  • David Barnhill: Green jobs essential for state’s future

    Madison.com
    Tom Tiffany, R-Hazelhurst, pushed legislation to create jobs in northern Wisconsin by allowing toxic sulfide mining. Gov. Scott Walker recently signed an agreement that will sacrifice wetland protection, and billions of taxpayer money, in order to convince a Taiwanese corporation to bring in jobs.
  • These are the jobs already being created by the artificial intelligence boom

    Quartz
    Predictions about the economic impact of artificial intelligence swing from increased productivity to the complete annihilation of industries. Clearly, nobody really knows how the introduction of autonomous decision-making software is going to shape our world. But there are some early reasons for …
  • French minister ‘shocked’ by job cuts at Nestle’s Galderma unit

    Reuters
    Nestle announced in September plans to cut 450 out of 550 jobs at the research center near Nice on the French riviera. Nestle, the world’s largest packaged food firm, has come under pressure to shift gear from activist shareholder Third Point, which in June revealed a $3.5 billion stake. Nestle has …
  • Career center lends a helpful hand up

    The Daily News Online
    Jay Lazarony, the executive director of the GLOW Workforce Development Board, had a lot of good things to report when Congressman Chris Collins came to visit a couple of weeks ago. With one month of 2017 to go, 231 area businesses have listed jobs with The Genesee County Career Center, …
  • The Daily Standard

    The Daily Standard
    Jen Egbert of Precision Strip said her company often fights two big misconceptions when trying to hire: first, a college degree is necessary to having a career and second, jobs like engineering and software development are only available in larger cities. Precision does much of its work, including …
  • All jobs have advantages, disadvantages

    Andalusia Star-News
    Her job included making trips to small towns to cover city and county governments. Her editor had never worked her beat. Apparently he did not realize he was sending her from one assignment to the other at opposite ends of the county. She was so discouraged she considered looking for another job.
  • Martinsburg hosts familiar foe Capital in semifinals

    Martinsburg Journal
    It makes us better late in the year because we have depth, and we have some guys that do a good job. We get in a game, and how we determine who plays is who’s having a great game. If Mikey’s having a big night, then Mikey gets more carries, and if it’s Dewayne, then it’s Dewayne. They just feed off …
  • Fourteen college football assistants in line for head coaching jobs

    The Athletic
    The top candidates for the top jobs are sitting head coaches or former head coaches. The typical coaching firing and hiring season sees 21 or 22 changes, but this will likely be a busier cycle, especially with the prominent jobsalready open and the domino effect they create. There will be more jobs than …
  • Black Friday shoppers prowl stores

    Marietta Times
    MIKE KELLY The Marietta Times Shoppers leave the Marietta K-Mart as a Salvation Army worker rings his bell and a line of Christmas trees waits for buyers on Friday. The day has been in the past the first day of holiday shopping, but many stores started offering bargains well before Thanksgiving Day …
  • Scrutiny after huge week-long fire

    Marietta Times
    Representatives of the recycling industry have been quick to try to put some distance between their businesses and the Parkersburg site where a week-long industrial fire took place last month. The Intercontinental Export Import operation at the former Ames Tool plant, an 11-acre warehousing site, …
  • Our Town: South Side

    Marietta Times
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  • Senior center, fire department seek funds for upgrades

    Escanaba Daily Press
    Jenny Lancour | Daily Press Brenda Norden, head cook at the senior center in Rock, demonstrates the difficulties in opening the drawers in the kitchen at the Maple Ridge Township Hall earlier this week. The township is raising funds to pay for renovations in the out-dated kitchen including replacing the …
  • Underpass, or no underpass

    Marquette Mining Journal
    MARQUETTE — The Marquette Township Board is requesting more time to consider a resolution relating to proposed U.S. 41 road projects scheduled …
  • Study: Wisconsin lost 13000 ‘good jobs‘ since 1991

    Leader-Telegram
    MADISON — Wisconsin has lost 13,000 “good jobs” held by noncollege graduates over the last quarter-century, though it has fared better than some of its Rust Belt neighbors, according to a new Georgetown University study. That’s because while good-paying manufacturing jobs that have historically …
  • Finding work can be harder for some laid-off workers

    Richmond.com
    The prospects for laid-off Martin’s Food Markets workers finding new jobs depend on a lot of factors, said Victor Chen, an assistant professor of sociology … Chen’s interest in the impact of unemployment stems in part from his own experience as a child when his father lost his job as a civil engineer in the …
  • Toys for tots gears up for holiday season

    Martinsburg Journal
    Journal photos by Adranisha Stephens Toys for Tots of the Eastern Panhandle is preparing for the holiday season. This year’s Toys for Tots …
  • Tiffin brewery nears opening

    Tiffin Advertiser Tribune
    Owners of the first brewery to operate in Tiffin in 80-100 years are making final preparations to open its doors downtown. The Advertiser-Tribune Editor Rob Weaver and his partners Eric Kuebler and Andy Flechtner plan to open The Laird Arcade Brewery at 114 S. Washington St., suite D. Kuebler said it …
  • Promoting Fort Wayne gets big boost from Google

    News Sentinel
    It’s one thing to have a great new product; quite another to be able to market it at no cost to millions of potential new customers. And that’s exactly what a grant from internet giant Google is doing for a new program to more effectively promote Fort Wayne to visitors and residents alike.
  • Local business shopping season officially begins

    The Daily Times
    CHECK OUT THIS BOOK —David Rogerson, owner of Prime, the former Weirton Book Company on Pennsylvania Avenue shows Joan Andrews and her daughter Kelsey a latest best seller. Rogerson said customers had been pretty steady Friday but he expected more on Small Business Saturday today …
  • Bethlehem Fire Department Head Responds to Funding Controversy

    Wheeling Intelligencer
    Photo by Scott McCloskey The Bethlehem Fire Department may be looking to build a new headquarters to replace the current building along Chapel Road in Bethlehem. BETHLEHEM — It appears the controversy over funding for the Bethlehem Fire Department isn’t going away anytime soon, after …
  • Shepherdstown kicks off Christmas with tree lighting event

    Martinsburg Journal
    25 ShepherdChristmas2 ra11-24-17The Grinch steals the Shepherdstown Christmas Tree as Mrs. Claus reads aloud the Dr. Seuss Class story “How The Grinch Stole Christmas” in front of McMurran Hall at the Shepherdstown Tree Lighting event Friday night. See more photos on CU.journal-news.net.
  • Mayor’s vote breaks the tie

    Morning Journal News
    Local banker Scott Jones was chosen from among six applicants at this week’s city council meeting to replace Kirby Zellers, who resigned from the planning commission in October due to his job. Mayor Bryan Blakeman broke the 3-3 tie between Jones and Tony Dolan, who ran for council in the Nov.
  • Union President: USPS job cuts expected in Albuquerque

    KRQE News 13
    “Here in Albuquerque, what they wanna do is cut a total of 63 jobs throughout the city,” Fajardo told KRQE News 13. He said word of the job cuts came down from Washington, and his office was just notified last month. “We’ve been hearing the rumblings for months now and it’s slowly working its way to …
  • Blind vets take to the ice in Saranac Lake

    The Adirondack Daily Enterprise
    In the back row from left are Bryan Bateman, Jackes Belony, Michael Haley, Keith Haley, Lawrence Harrison, Jim Sadecki, Carson Sadecki, Nick Silver …