Job Would Let You Live In A Quaint Island CastleThe position is "visitor services manager" on an island called St. Michael's Mount, right off the southern coast of England.
Survey: Companies Expect Workers To Increasingly Switch JobsA new survey says that companies expect an increasing number of their workers to leave in the next year, often in search of higher pay.
Report: Comcast Fired 500 After Claiming Tax Cut Would Create JobsComcast reportedly fired 500 sales personnel despite claiming that Congress's new tax cut bill would help them create thousands of jobs.
Bartenders, Telemarketers Among Jobs With Highest Divorce RateAccording to data from a five-year survey by the U.S. Census Bureau, gaming managers have the highest divorce rate as 52.9 percent eventually split up with their partner.
Trump Says Tax Overhaul Is 'Badly Needed'President Donald Trump will kick off his lobbying effort for a tax overhaul at an event with a Midwestern manufacturing backdrop and some economic tough talk.
Google To Invest $50 Million To Prepare Job Seekers For The 'Future Of Work'Google will invest $50 million "for the changing nature of work," starting with investments in the U.S. and Europe to train job seekers and improve working conditions for others, the company announced last week.
Minnesota Employment Tops 3 Million For 1st Time EverJob growth in leisure and hospitality led the way while manufacturing and government industries also added jobs in June.
Minnesota Added More Than 15,000 Jobs In AprilState employment officials say Minnesota gained more than 15,000 jobs in April, marking the largest monthly jobs gain the state has seen in nearly four years.
Sen. Franken Aiming To Close The Skill Gap On Monday, he put on the Advancing Career Pathways Summit at St. Paul College, speaking on the partnerships Minnesota employers have with high schools and community colleges to prepare students for good paying jobs.
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.
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.