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Officials say the state's jobless rate has been below the national level for over eight years.

Research from Habitat Communication & Culture for Springfield Women in Tech and Springfield Tech Council finds deficiencies in southwest Missouri.

The Springfield Business Expo is returning later this month for the first time in six years – and with a new organizer at the helm. Springfield Business Journal is behind this year’s …

The technology industry association is bringing back the awards after nearly a three-year hiatus.

Organizers expect ‘hundreds’ of jobs will be available at Branson gathering.

Reporter Mike Cullinan brings you workforce, new business and marijuana coverage and analysis.

The state's major metro areas report a mixed a bag in August, according to latest federal data.

The local jobs are part of nationwide workforce expansion plans announced this week.

SBJ survey data inform readers about the state of the workforce.

Although it’s been five years since a partial repeal of the state’s prevailing wage law was signed into law, frustration in the construction industry over the formula used to calculate it persists.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, health care, hospitality, human resources and nonprofit.

Richwood Valley campus to add training facility by early 2025.

The local MSA is the only in the state that posted a drop in July, according to latest federal data.

MSU, OTC and SPS are joining CoxHealth in a partnership to train health care workers.

Some see revenue rise in 2022 despite industry challenges.

Report targets gender and racial parity in Missouri municipalities.

For 24 years, Springfield Business Journal has honored women for their professional and civic accomplishments and contributions.

A mixed bag of enrollment figures is reported by higher-ed officials.

The funds are earmarked for a new workforce training facility in Christian County.

City’s workforce development leader says search for federal grants is paying off.

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