Los Angeles Times

11 US states added jobs in July
ABC News
FILE - This Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016, file photo, shows the Illinois Department of Employment Security office in Springfield, Ill. On Friday, Aug. 18, 2017, the Labor Department reports on state unemployment rates for July. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman, File ...
California adds 82600 jobs in July; unemployment rate ticks up to 4.8%Los Angeles Times
Colorado adds 3600 payroll jobs; unemployment rate edges up as labor force growsDenver Business Journal
Jobless rate up despite 2300 more restaurant jobsfox5sandiego.com

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TIME

Rep. Issa, Sen. Lee: Job Licensing Is Too Often Bad for Jobs | Time ...
TIME
Issa represents California's 49th District in the U.S. Congress; Lee is a Senator for Utah in the U.S. Congress. Who'd have thought it would take more time, ...

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Washington Post

The Trump administration's claim that the US government 'certified' 700000 jobs lost by NAFTA
Washington Post
When the United States, Canada and Mexico launched talks on renegotiating NAFTA, we were surprised to see U. S. Trade Representative Robert E. Lighthizer assert that the U.S. government had “certified” 700,000 Americans had lost their jobs because of ...
Hmm: Did NAFTA really cost US 700000 jobs?Hot Air
USTR Releases NAFTA Negotiating Objectives | United States Trade RepresentativeUSTR
Canada: Latest News, Videos and Photos | Times of IndiaTimes of India

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Bloomberg

Fracking Jobs Prove Elusive for Coal Miners Looking to Switch
Bloomberg
Dennis is learning a hard lesson of fracking: While it has created a bonanza of jobs, displaced coal miners and their communities are sometimes left out of the boom. That's because many of the jobs require highly technical skills and are often going to ...

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Baltimore Business Journal

Maryland adds 800 jobs in July
Baltimore Sun
Maryland's education and health services sector saw the greatest job gain, adding 9,800 jobs. The state gained 2,700 construction jobs and 1,000 manufacturing jobs. Leisure and entertainment employers added 2,300 jobs, according to the report.
Maryland gains 800 jobs in July, unemployment falls to 4 percentBaltimore Business Journal

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Computerworld

2017 IT jobs report: Southeast region
Computerworld
This IT jobs report covers Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. (Also see our reports for the Pacific, Mountain, North Central ...



San Bernardino County Sun

California adds jobs in July, but LA County and Inland Empire post losses
San Bernardino County Sun
Despite numbers moving the opposite direction in Los Angeles County and the Inland Empires, California employers added 82,600 jobs in July and the region's year-over-year gain of 276,400 jobs was the second largest in the nation, according to figures ...

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WRAL.com

With 2000 jobs on way to Wake County, Infosys CEO resigns
WRAL.com
Raleigh, N.C. — The CEO of a technology firm bringing 2,000 jobs to Wake County has resigned, according to the company. Vishal Sikka, managing director and CEO of Infosys, resigned on Friday during a board of directors meeting. The board accepted his ...
How Steve Jobs inspired Vishal Sikka to leave the chaos at InfosysQuartz
Infosys promised 2000 jobs for Wake County; now the CEO is goneTriangle Business Journal

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Baltimore Sun

Baltimore needs better transportation to jobs
Baltimore Sun
In these complex and fraught times, it is as simple as this: Our Baltimore citizens do not have the transportation to get to the jobs which are available, the jobs which are their vital links to financial, physical and emotional health. My fellow ...



Bloomberg

The Jobs Most Segregated by Gender and Race
Bloomberg
They also seem to offer support for the argument, though, that lots of women have been steered into lower-status jobs with "assistant," "clerk" or such in the title. And I guess they offer support for the notion that men are physically better suited to ...


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