Employment/Jobs

Short-term Training Can Lead to Technology Jobs without College Degrees

Some American states are making money available for high school graduates so they can learn skills to help them get technology jobs without a college degree. One example is the northeastern state of Connecticut. It has invested $70 million to put young people and adults through short-term training programs that can lead to good paying […]

How are women faring in South Africa’s evolving employment landscape?

In August every year, South Africa observes Women’s Month to celebrate the important role women play in the workplace and in society. The reality, however, is that there is still a significant gap in equality among men and women in terms of pay and rank across most job sectors. According to Statistics SA data released […]

Professional-services firms look to hire in CT

The companies that provide audit, tax and consulting services to other businesses have long comprised a key part of one of the largest sectors in Connecticut. The COVID-19 pandemic has not diminished their importance to the state’s economy. Highlighting its resilience, the professional and business services sector in Connecticut has fully recovered from the jobs […]

Free technical college available for high demand jobs in SC

South Carolina technical colleges are offering free courses in an effort to close the employment gap in high-demand jobs. SUMTER, S.C. — Manufacturing is big business in the Gamecock City and an industry Sumter Chamber of Commerce President Chris Hardy knows well. CHOOSE YOUR CHOICE GIFT CARD OFFER TODAY “We have a lot of large […]

Beat the Street career center in Meriden gets boost from federal grant

MERIDEN — A program that aims to help guide youth and young adults toward a rewarding career will receive new federal grant funds.  Local leaders on Thursday were joined by U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal at Beat the Street Community Center’s gym on South Colony Street to announce that the organization was awarded a new $25,000 federal […]

PMC Project HEART increasing opportunities locally | News

Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) Project HEART (Healthcare, Employment, Around, Regional, Training) has been nearly four years in the making and was formally announced during a press conference featuring Governor Andy Beshear in early July during the introduction of the Galen College of Nursing campus in Pikeville. While PMC has spearheaded Project HEART, many entities have […]

Assistant Corporate Controller – Axios Charlotte

Little is recognized for developing exceptional design solutions that generate business results in the workplace, community, healthcare and retail industries. Little delivers results beyond architecture by combining expertise in architecture, engineering, interior architecture, land development, CAFM & occupancy planning, brand communication and design, building technology applications, and digital media services. The firm has approximately 400 […]

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