The Transportation Security Administration is looking to hire 6,000 new security officers ahead of an expected surge in summer travel. Veuer’s…
PennyGem’s Elizabeth Keatinge tells us about the skills employers are looking for that you may have not thought of.
MARION, S.C. -- City of Marion officials announced the hiring of Keith Parks as Chief of Police on Oct. 1. Several weeks after his swearing-in ceremony at the Marion Opera House, Parks submitted his letter of resignation to Marion City Council on Nov. 17 effective immediately.
When it comes to hiring home service pros, it's still a good idea to:
I recently left my job as adjunct instructor at Florence-Darlington Technical College. I worked there for four years and drove 800 (unpaid) miles per month to teach at both the Hartsville and Mullins campuses. Wouldn't you know that the first full-time position they had come open in the time I've been there went to someone else?
Like a baseball team that is way behind going into the fifth inning, Democrats (and socialists) are hoping for the political equivalent of a rainout, so that the game President Trump is winning will be canceled, allowing them time to regroup.
FLORENCE, S.C. – The Florence One School board approved the hiring of three new principals and a director of student support services during a called meeting on Wednesday evening.
Florence, S.C. – The Florence School District One Board of Trustees approved the hiring of Kimberly Mack as director of the Florence Career Ce…
MATTHEWS, N.C. — Harris Teeter is hosting a hiring event for active and non-active military personnel and their family members throughout the month of September.
WASHINGTON — The number of available jobs jumped sharply in July to the highest level in 15 years, evidence that confident employers sought to step up hiring to meet greater demand for their goods and services.
WASHINGTON — Many Americans have just absorbed a financial beating — at least as measured by their stock holdings. It's the kind of blow that can feed a sense of helplessness about retirement, college savings and higher-than-expected bills.
WASHINGTON — U.S. employers filled more of their available jobs in June, evidence that steady if modest economic growth is putting more Americans to work.
WASHINGTON — U.S. employers advertised the most open jobs in April than at any time in the 15 years that the government has tracked the data, a sign that this year's steady hiring will likely continue.
CLEMSON, S.C. — Social media websites such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter have dramatically changed how we socialize, but they also have the capability of changing our professional futures, according to a Clemson University researcher.
WASHINGTON — U.S. companies stepped up hiring in May, a private survey found, evidence that employers remain confident in the economy even after it contracted at the start of the year.
WASHINGTON — Paychecks for U.S. workers are rising at a faster pace as strong hiring in the past year has lowered the unemployment rate and increased competition for workers.
WASHINGTON — U.S. businesses expect their sales will rebound in the next three months after a sluggish first quarter, and they also plan to boost hiring and pay, according to a survey released Monday.
WASHINGTON — Steady hiring is supposed to fire up economic growth.