Most Common Jobs 150 Years Ago in West Virginia

Most Common Jobs 150 Years Ago in West Virginia

With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to impact the global economy, the current job market is a hot topic in the news cycle. But while the pandemic itself is, historically, something of an economic aberration, the American economy we know today has a long history of booms, busts, and evolution. At the time of the American … Read more

Governor Wolf Announces Lewis Lumber Will Create 100 Jobs in Clarion County with First Manufacturing Operation in Pennsylvania

Governor Wolf Celebrates Aurora Headquarters Ribbon Cutting and Expansion of Autonomous Driving Technology in the Commonwealth

Governor Tom Wolf today announced that Lewis Lumber and Milling, Inc., a producer of unfinished hardwood wide plank flooring, cabinet trim and components, will open its first manufacturing operation in Pennsylvania and create 100 new jobs in Pennsylvania. Clarion County. “I am very pleased that Lewis Lumber has selected Pennsylvania as the home of its … Read more

Reebok, Yellowbrick, APB and Jobs for the Future educational program culminates in sneaker retail

Reebok, Yellowbrick, APB and Jobs for the Future educational program culminates in sneaker retail

NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL WIRE)–reebok, the iconic lifestyle brand; in alliance with yellow brick, the online education platform focused on the Creator Economy; specialist shoe and fashion retailer APB; and National Education and Workforce Nonprofit Jobs for the Future (JFF), today announced the completion of its first collaborative online education and mentoring program. Launched last year, the … Read more

Contemporary and innovative opera ‘The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs’ comes to Atlanta – WABE

Contemporary and innovative opera 'The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs' comes to Atlanta – WABE

Steve Jobs revolutionized the way we think about the world and how we acquire information, communicate and access music. This story of his life and how he viewed his mortality are the essence of the opera by composer Mason Bates and librettist Mark Campbell. “The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs,” a new production by Tomer Zvulun … Read more

Maine Labor Coalition Wins Major Legislative Victory Creating Renewable Energy Jobs

The Maine Labor Climate Council, a new coalition made up of a dozen unions from across the state representing a variety of different industries, scored his first major victory in the Maine Legislature this week. The council’s top priority bill this session, LD 1969, introduced by Rep. Scott Cuddy (D-Winterport), was signed into law without … Read more

Seafood business braces for job and fish loss due to sanctions | News

Seafood business braces for job and fish loss due to sanctions |  News

The global fishing industry is bracing for price hikes, supply disruptions and potential job losses as new rounds of economic sanctions on Russia make key species like cod and crab harder to come by. . The latest round of US attempts to punish Russia for invading Ukraine includes import bans on seafood, alcohol and diamonds. … Read more

Asian stocks see broad gains after US jobs report.

(RTTNews) – Asian stocks rose broadly on Monday as a strong US jobs report helped ease concerns about slowing global growth. The bullish momentum was limited by the escalation in the Ukraine crisis after Ukraine accused Russia of carrying out a “massacre” in the city of Bucha, and Western nations reacted to the images of … Read more

ABOVE the unemployment rate rose slightly in February | News, Sports, Jobs

ABOVE the unemployment rate rose slightly in February |  News, Sports, Jobs

IRON MOUNTAIN: The Upper Peninsula jobless rate rose to 6.6% in February, up from 6.3% in January, but down from the 7.5% reported a year ago, according to data from the Department of Management and Budget. Michigan Tech. “Most of Michigan’s regional labor markets showed only minor changes in unemployment in February,” said … Read more