To fill the 1,454 regional vacancies expected by 2025, the study recommends training and recruitment programs for high school graduates: 84% of new hires currently have no more than a high school diploma.
The U.S. added 150,000 jobs last month, slowing down from the blistering pace seen in September. The drop was partly the result of an unprecedented autoworkers' strike.
Employers added 336,000 jobs in September, far more than expected. It's good news for people looking for work, but the strong labor market could complicate the Fed's fight against inflation.
Georgia’s unemployment rate was unchanged last month at 3.2%, while the number of jobs rose to an all-time high, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday.
As Pinova closes operations, many former and current employees are looking for new work.
Opponents of a bill the Georgia House of Representatives passed on the next-to-last day of this year’s legislative session are warning it could threaten a fund the state uses to pay unemployment compensation.
From a mild recession to a so-called hard landing, we sift through the wild array of recession predictions.
Macon-Bibb County will attempt to shore up its understaffed deputy ranks with part-time officers.
It's still a worker's job market, with 11.3 million open jobs at the end of May, according to new data from the Labor Department.
The International Labour Organization says employment losses could increase to seven million if hostilities continue, but that rapid recovery would be possible if fighting were to stop immediately.
U.S. employers added 431,000 jobs in March, as the unemployment rate fell to 3.6% from 3.8% in February. The tight job market is putting upward pressure on both wages and prices.
The U.S. Senate still must pass the CROWN Act before it can be approved by President Biden.
The Federal Reserve is preparing to raise interest rates sooner and — perhaps — more aggressively after inflation reached the highest in nearly 40 years.
Wall Street has a big problem on its hands: Many of the young people it needs to fill its talent pool are having doubts about working in the industry.
Historically, the LGBTQ community has faced higher-than-average unemployment rates and workplace cultures that are often difficult to navigate. COVID-19 has only deepened those difficulties for those seeking work. So the city of Atlanta and Goodwill of North Georgia are now taking a step to connect LGBTQ Atlantans with more job opportunities by partnering up for the city's second annual virtual LGBTQ Opportunity Fair.