Looking for a job? Home Depot announced Tuesday that they are looking to fill almost 2,000 seasonal positions.
South Floridians still stuck in the unemployment line may be in luck. New national data shows that people have higher likelihood of being hired within the Sunshine State.
It’s time to head to a bar, grab a drink and look for a – job. Forget the usual stuffy job fairs or having to fax a resume to a potential employer, these days a person can hit the bar scene and the job market all at the same time.
The American economy sputtered in March with just 88,000 new jobs created. That was a large drop-off from the previous month’s 268,000 new jobs added to the workforce.
If you work for a family-owned business, consider yourself fortunate: 2013 doesn’t look to be kind to the jobless looking for work at such companies, according to a new survey.
A Florida International University senior is developing an iPhone application called Pet Finder that will allow users to browse the dogs and cats at the local animal shelter or request an animal for adoption.
For some, a seasonal job tied to the holiday shopping season means buying better Christmas gifts. For others, the job means a chance to impress and become full-time. For all, it’s a welcome opportunity following a long stretch of lackluster hiring reports.
LinkedIn, the leading jobs network, has a new competitor: Facebook.
President Barack Obama and Congressional Democrats got good news from the unemployment report Friday morning. According to the Labor Department, the unemployment rate in January dropped to 8.3 percent. That’s the lowest rate in roughly three years.
Joe Philbin was once hired by Mike Sherman in Green Bay. On Friday, Philbin returned the favor.