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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Labor
Sara Swinehart chucked her job as an autism therapist in Lafayette last summer to go on a cross-country bicycling adventure. The 27-year-old woman has yet to return to the workforce, living at her parent's home in Valparaiso while she weighs her job options.
Nebraska's preliminary unemployment rate hit 3.5 percent in January, its lowest mark since September 2008, according to a state Labor Department report released Friday.
Vermonters looking for jobs can get some help from workshops being held the Vermont Department of Labor.
The Wymore police chief is resigning to take a new job with Gage County.
A new report says South Carolina faces a shortfall of college educated workers over the next 15 years or so.
As Obamacare takes root, a think tank partnership is offering a new tool to let applicants know just how much they'll have to pony up to the government for lacking health insurance in the coming year.
A federal court has ordered a Peabody cleaning contractor to pay $1 million in back pay and damages to its workers for violating federal wage laws.
An electric motor manufacturer is moving nearly 60 percent of the jobs at its suburban Syracuse plant to Mexico.
The Georgia Department of Labor is preparing to host a career expo featuring 45 employers in northwest Georgia.
A state panel established to address recent rate increases for workers' compensation insurance in Delaware is continuing to look at ways to keep rates down.
The union local that represents about 32,000 Boeing machinists in western Washington has elected a new president.
Unemployment ticked up to 6.7 percent last month despite a better-than-expected increase of 175,000 jobs that defied a spate of severe winter weather. the Labor Department reported Friday.
Ohio's unemployment rate dropped slightly in January to 6.9 percent, according to numbers released Friday by the state.
Major League Soccer's referees and other on-field officials were locked out Friday, a day before the season openers.
More than 3,000 public sector retirees returned to work for a public employer last year while drawing pensions from their old jobs, the Gannett Wisconsin Media Investigative Team has reported.