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Some industries, such as medicine and law, now allow for off-site workers.
Younger workers, job searchers with more years of education and men are likelier to relocate for a new job.
With security lines at all-time highs, the Transportation Security Administration has to recruit more airport security officers.
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Hollywood needs quite a few producers, directors, audio and video technicians, and film and video editors in the next four years.
The Houston Police Department is short as many as 2,000 officers.
Such a tight labor market makes finding skilled workers tougher in manufacturing and other industries.
Finding workers with the right skills for virtual or augmented reality can be a challenge.
Demand for veterinary professionals is on the rise — a byproduct of the booming pet-care industry and a growing world population.
IBM has about 1,500 employees working around the globe on blockchain — and it's looking to hire.
In an increasingly globalized economy, companies and government agencies alike need more translators and interpreters.
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Supporters of a $15 minimum wage ballot initiative in Florida argue the state's inflation-tied pay hikes have not gone far enough.
If a strike does occur, here are the likely issues that contributed to the sides walking away from the table and union members heading for the picket lines.