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Considered a persistent nuisance on job boards across America, scam employers are perpetually masking empty career opportunities to look like good fortune.
You won’t find it on a list of the world’s most dangerous jobs, but this career path requires brave employees who are willing to work with JAWS.
We recently partnered with the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) and Texas Workforce Solutions to modernize WorkInTexas.com, bringing high-level job matching, user-friendly design, and increased job and talent access to residents of the Lone Star State.
Each spring, President Paul Toomey awards a scholarship to a Pinellas County high school graduating senior who has excelled in their pursuit of a computer-related degree.
What's the best way for frontline staff to get their feet wet with reporting? Are there any ways to save time when creating reports? What new reports have been added to Virtual OneStop?
Geographic Solutions recently sent a group of employees from our unemployment insurance team to NASWA's Fountains of Knowledge, the 2018 Unemployment Insurance Interstate Benefits & Federal Programs Training in Savannah, Georgia.
Earlier this summer, we hosted the 2018 Workforce Technology Conference at the Wyndham Grand Resort on Clearwater Beach. Our annual client summit attracted more than 220 workforce development professionals, representing 98 distinct agencies in 30 states from across the United States.
In partnership with the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, Geographic Solutions recently launched a mobile app called ICC jobs to complement IndianaCareerConnect.com.
At first glance, it's a peculiar acronym with an asterisk fixed between vowels and consonants.
Before the turn of the 20th century, Vocational Rehabilitation was mainly a service provided by psychologists and charitable organizations such as the Salvation Army and the American Red Cross.
Geographic Solutions recently attended and exhibited at the 2017 Florida Workforce Professional Development Summit, held in Orlando, Florida.
On June 6, 1933, The Wagner-Peyser Act was signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt as part of the Wagner Unemployment Bill, essentially creating the what we know today as the "labor exchange."
In September, Florida took an extremely hard hit from Hurricane Irma, sustaining considerable damage from Key West to Jacksonville.