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November data from the BLS show none of the state's MSAs reported increases from October.
Over 350 students sign up in first semester of CoxHealth-sponsored program at school district building.
Reflecting on 2022, the SBJ newsroom compiles the top 10 stories that impacted regional business.
The funding goes toward the Green for Greene environmental job training program.
The state's nonfarm payroll ranks increase by 8,200 jobs in November.
Next session aimed at startups is set for January.
Panelists at the annual Manufacturing Outlook on Dec. 7 reflected on workforce recruitment and retention and investments in automated equipment before a sold-out crowd of 450 attending the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
Personal responsibility and caring for employees are common themes among nine thought leaders.
The networking and mentoring initiative for women in business was founded in 2016.
The rest of the state’s MSAs follow suit, according to latest government data.
Educational centers in Buffalo, Reeds Spring and Monett also are impacted.
The Nov. 8 passage of Amendment 3, for which supporters asked Missouri voters to approve recreational weed, is likely to open the floodgates for both increased sales and workforces within the burgeoning marijuana industry, officials say.
Nonprofit officials respond to a letter issued by the group.
Average weekly pay comes to $979, according to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data.
Reporter Mike Cullinan brings you workforce, new business and medical marijuana coverage and analysis.
Ericka Schmeeckle succeeds Sally Payne, who suddenly exited last month.
Less than six months after launching Innovate SOMO, a regional network that aims to spur digital workforce and economic development in the state, officials with the initiative are making plans for a recently received $2 million federal grant.
Purple Panda Filipino Food expanded; T-Mobile made its Ozark debut; and the first Queen City branch for Poplar Bluff-based First Midwest Bank opened.