The latest Online Job Openings Report shows more than 20,000 open and available po
The majority of college students graduate in the spring.
Pembina County and Walsh County Job Development Authorities want their businesses to gear up for success! Together, they are sponsoring professional development and computer training.
The Milken Institute's Best-Performing Cities annual index shows that technology and energy a
Walsh County North Dakota wants you to Dig In to a great job, a great quality of life, great recreation, and business opportunities.
Every year, 24/7 Wall St. conducts an extensive survey of every state to determine which state is the "best-run." 24/7 Wall St.
Job Service North Dakota’s Veterans’ Employment Team recently received the 2013 National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) Mark Sanders Award for Exceptional Service to Disabled Veterans.
It's common to be nervous before, during, and perhaps even after an interview.
Veterans receive Priority of Service at Job Service North Dakota.
Forum Communications reporter, Amy Dalrymple, continues her Faces of the Boom series with a focus on Job Service North Dakota.
There's some great news coming out of LM Wind Power.
When it comes to how you're judged at work, you might think that the quality of your work is all that matters.
Cindy Sanford of Job Service North Dakota gets hundreds of phone calls everyday from people looking for jobs.
Job Service North Dakota's SHARE Network is your community service connection. The SHARE Network brings together community resources that can help guide you on a path to sustainable employment.
Are you looking for a way to improve your computer skills? Job Service North Dakota has a new tool that can help.
Are you looking for a job? Do you use social media? It's a good idea to take your social presence seriously.
High Tech Connect founder and president, Rene Shimada Siegel shares some practical job and career strategies in
Former Medquist/MModal employees, including on-site leased workers, who performed medical documentation and reported to Franklin, Tennessee, may be eligible for benefits under the Trade Act Program
According to Barbara Pachter, shaking hands in today's workplace is not for men only. In fact, she says discounting the handshake can hurt your career.
Job Service North Dakota's Labor Market Information Center recently completed short-term projections for more than 100 industries and 500 occupations.
Fraudulent employment schemes continue to circulate via email.
Veterans are well-trained, highly-skilled professionals who can strengthen any organization, increase diversity, and improve your bottom line.
North Dakota's overall business climate is the third best in the nation according do the 2013 Pollina Pro-Business study.
Job Service North Dakota works with individuals, businesses and community leaders in all aspects of workforce development.
Job Service North Dakota's Labor Market Information (LMI) Center received the Most Traffic to a Virtual LMI Site award at the 10th Annual Workforce Technology Conference hosted in June by
If you’re an unemployed veteran, you may qualify for additional education benefits through the Veterans Retraining Assistance Prog
The Labor Market Information Center expanded the Area Profiles online publication to include county profile information rather than just the state's largest cities' profiles.
When Job Service launched UI EASY in late 2004, you could file your quarterly contribution and wage reports, make electronic payments and view your account information onl
The North Dakota Department of Transportation adopted federal guidelines for drivers with military commercial experience.
Williston’s booming population could be as high as nearly 44,000 people in 2017, according to a North Dakota State University study.
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