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Global Accessibility Awareness Day brings digital accessibility and inclusion to the forefront for developers across the digital landscape.
Leisure & Hospitality employment continues to grow but remains the only sector still below its pre-pandemic employment level. The labor market has been running hot for several months; but it is uncertain when increasing wage gains are going to have a dampening effect on employment.
Geographic Solutions’ data is pointing to another strong month of job growth in April.
Raynisha Perry of CareerSource Palm Beach County speaks about the fulfilling work of helping people change their lives.
Geographic Solutions celebrates Earth Day and applauds the effort to invest in our planet.
We profile Stacey Books, Sr. Director of Growth & Development at Persevere, a national non-profit organization dedicated to empowering justice-involved individuals to succeed through education, mentoring, and ongoing support.
Hear from Melody Norris, Reentry Coordinator at the WY DWS, as she talks about the important work of giving people a second chance.
Ben Conarroe shares his insight and the meaningful impact he has made on countless lives.
Employers, individuals, and communities at large benefit from second-chance hiring practices.
March employment continued its record streak of growing by more than 400,000 jobs per month since May 2021. At this pace jobs should return to their February 2020 total in four months.
Geographic Solutions' resident economist offers his forecast for the upcoming March 2022 labor market report.
In honor of International Women's Day and Women's History Month, we celebrate the lifelong work of Frances Perkins, the first female cabinet member in U.S. history.
Employment in the U.S. rose by 678,000 jobs, led by growth in the Leisure and Hospitality sector.
Geographic Solutions' resident economist offers his forecast for the upcoming February 2022 labor market report.
Every year since 1976, February has been designated as Black History Month. Here are three notable pioneers in computer science history.
The January employment figures along with the revisions in December and November portray a labor market that is healthier than thought on first examination.
Cisco's blog speaks to the inevitability of most companies needing to rapidly upscale their infrastructure and provides concrete steps as well as an example of how to do so.
Geographic Solutions' resident economist offers his forecast for the upcoming January 2022 labor market report.
Employment in the region is only a few hundred jobs away from reaching its pre-pandemic high of 79,000 jobs in February 2020.
Different performances between surveys as of late may be revealing how the U.S. labor force is shifting during the pandemic recovery.
While the Covid-19 Omicron variant appears to produce milder symptoms, its high rate of transmissibility will have a dampening effect on job creation.
November's labor market report reveals that U.S. employment rose by 210,000 jobs, which marks a slowdown from the 546,000 created in October.
The better-than-expected jobs report in October as well as large upward revisions in August and September are signs of optimism heading into the report release for November
Apprenticeship programs have a long history in the United States of America and have contribute greatly to its foundation and growth. Current and future apprenticeships will continue to play an important role in our country's health.
Alison.com's USA Workforce Specialist, Michael O'Reilly, writes about the surprising growth of apprenticeships since 2011 in this guest blog post.