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The Queen City scores best in housing, according to new study.

The television personality will present at a spring forum on work ethic.

Broadband speed and low cost of living also cited as draws in WSJ article.

Three high-level hires are made at the Springfield real estate investment and development firm.

The local area ranks No. 91 by percentage increase nationwide.

The company hires a Springfield muralist for interior work and plans to partner with local nonprofits.

The initiative is designed to help businesses boost retention in Stone and Taney counties.

Before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, an estimated 1 in 5 adults suffered from a mental illness, affecting 51.5 million people in the United States. That estimate from the National Institute of Mental Health has steadily increased since 2019, and with the growing demand for health care services comes a shortage in mental health care professionals.

The initiative includes fewer employee positions via attrition and layoffs.

The college is seeking to boost the workforces of the health care and plumbing industries.

State of Manufacturing results presented at MAM trade show find industry leaders remain optimistic.

The initiative provides in-the-classroom experience and guarantees a job interview.

Startup costs get boost from $1.3M state grant.

Government data show all of the state's MSAs had decreases in December.

The partnership with Springfield Public Schools also means financial services industry experience for students.

A pair of area medical colleges that received state grant funding in the fall are now investing the funds toward technology and new programs with the intent of attracting more students to the nursing profession.

Aside from serving as the largest project in Ozarks Technical Community College’s history, the August 2022 opening of its $40 million Robert W. Plaster Center for Advanced Manufacturing signaled the start of an automation and robotics program.

The state's nonfarm payroll employment ranks decrease by 5,000 jobs in December from November.

The governor emphasizes infrastructure, workforce development and education, and health care, among other topics.

As recreational marijuana sales are expected to begin statewide next month, legal and human resources officials say the clock is ticking for employers to ensure their workplace policies are up to date.

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