Panelists redefine career fairs, standardized testing and the set of skills every graduate needs.
Students graduate from high school with training and certifications preparing them for their future.
Officials want to improve networking opportunities for the program.
More than 40 companies are participating in an event today hosted by the Missouri Job Center.
The U.S. jobless rate is unchanged in December, according to the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Burrell Behavioral Health hired a new president and CEO less than a year after the sudden death of its founding leader.
The company expects to add the new service providers throughout 2018.
Six businesspeople from Springfield attending an airport conference are OK following last night’s shooting.
Change One Thousand targets several industries and seeks to aide Zone 1 residents.
The county ranks fifth in the state, according to the Economic Research and Information Center.
The community colleges enters a partnership with Missouri State University.
The barbershop chain signs leases for two new stores in Springfield and two in other markets.
In a year, 65 employees are gone as news becomes lean and automated.
Economists from St. Louis and Kansas City described Springfield’s economy as sturdy.
The governor highlights incoming jobs following a drop in August.
The companies will re-evaluate the partnership next year.
The officers execute long-term incentive compensation plans.
Local government is the biggest lag on the seasonally adjusted data released by the Department of Economic Development.
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