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Latest Labor Items
The Internal Revenue Service and the FBI are investigating the operation of the Jasper County School District.
Georgia's unemployment rate has declined to 7.3 percent.
Compared to all other metro areas in Alabama, Calhoun County has recovered fewer jobs since the Great Recession hit, but recent signs suggest increased local economic gains are ahead.
Eighteen current and former female teachers have settled their federal gender pay bias lawsuit against a western Pennsylvania school district for $150,000.
The Rhode Island House of Representatives is holding a workshop to develop strategies for improving the state's economy.
Gov. Martin O'Malley will visit Upper Marlboro for a discussion with businesses owners who support a minimum wage increase.
Washington state has more jobs than before the start of the recession, with a January unemployment rate of 6.4 percent, the Employment Security Department reported Wednesday.
A Texas-based mortgage company has announced it will be eliminating 105 jobs at its Scottsbluff office in western Nebraska.
A Hastings-based construction company is facing $14,000 in fines for safety violations regulators found after a worker's death.