Fla's Jobless Rate Dips Below National AverageFlorida's unemployment dipped below the national average in January to its lowest level in four years.
LinkedIn Tweaks Jobs Tool To Better Tap Users' ConnectionsLinkedIn has redesigned its LinkedIn Jobs tool in an effort to show job seekers positions they can actually get.
S. Florida Not The Best Place For Young Workers In StateYoung people have always flocked to South Florida for the night life, the pristine beaches, and the overall atmosphere. But, according to the U.S. Census, South Florida is not the best place in the Sunshine State for young workers to find a job.
Florida Hiring Situation Inches Upward In AugustPrivate employers here and across the country are starting to hang out their help wanted signs as we approach the fall.
Two Injured In Ft. Lauderdale Parking Structure CollapseTwo people were injured when a parking lot adjacent to the Fort Lauderdale courthouse collapsed Wednesday afternoon.
About One-Third Of BankAtlantic Workers To Lose JobsAbout one-third of Bank Atlantic’s employees will lose their jobs as early as October.
Study: Romney Tax Plan Targets Middle/Low Income Workers For HikeTaxes are beginning to take center stage in the presidential election and the latest study from the non-partisan Tax Policy Center is not painting a good picture for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s plan.
Plantation Resident: Workers Dumped Substance In Canal, Killing FishA Plantation resident is blaming a pool company for polluting a canal behind his home and killing dozens of fish.
Two Workers Hurt In MIA Scaffolding CollapseTwo employees of a Coral Gables glass company were hospitalized after scaffolding they were using fell as they worked at a Miami International Airport gate.
Judge Strikes Down 3% Pension Requirement For State WorkersA state judge has struck down a new law that required public employees to contribute 3-percent of their income to their retirement pensions.
Just 3.6% Of Workers Use Public Transit In S. Fla.If you’ve ever been stuck on the Palmetto or tangled in traffic on the Turnpike, then it may surprise you that the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area has the most commuters by public transit of any city in the Sunshine State.