Minnesota Gained 3,800 Jobs Last Month, Didn't Lose 8,000 In Jan.State employment officials say Minnesota gained nearly 4,000 jobs last month.
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Minnesota Lost More Than 8,000 Jobs In JanuaryThe Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) announced Thursday that state employers cut 8,300 jobs in the first month of 2017 while unemployment remained steady at 4 percent. The national unemployment rate is 4.8 percent.
State Unemployment Rate Dips To 3.8 PercentThe decrease follows several months of modest upticks in the share of out-of-work Minnesota residents.
Minnesota Shed 12,500 Jobs In OctoberAlthough Minnesota has gained more than 30,000 jobs over the last year, state economic officials announced Thursday that 12,500 jobs were shed in October.
Seasonal Hiring Begins For Retailers In MinnesotaHiring for the holiday season is in full swing at retailers across the state.
Loppet Foundation Project Accused Of Taking Jobs From People Of ColorCritics are concerned about costs, privatizing public land, and park jobs, as the foundation would take over administering the new activities in the park.
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Mpls. Ranked One Of The Best Cities For Recent GradsThe class of 2016 is graduating to an improved jobs outlook, so NerdWallet crunched some numbers to figure out the best cities to live after graduation.
Minnesota’s Clean Energy Sector Expected To GrowMore than 54,000 Minnesotans work in the state's clean energy sector, and industry analysts say that number is expected to grow.
U.S. Bank Stadium Seeking More Than 2,500 Part-Time WorkersU.S. Bank Stadium, the future home of the Minnesota Vikings, is 90 percent complete, and stadium officials are looking to hire more than 2,500 part-time workers next month.
More Americans Dismissing Notions Of Retirement, Study FindsIncreasing numbers of Americans are expecting to work well past the traditional retirement age, and in some cases they are dismissing the idea of retirement altogether. But health and a variety of other factors often get in the way of those expectations.