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

Read the profiles of this year's honorees.

A new pilot program from AgButler will help NewStream recruit workers.

SBJ Executive Editor Christine Temple talks employee benefits with human resources professionals.

Other local organizations largely mum following overturn of Roe v. Wade.

The demand for affordable housing is high, and supply can’t keep up.

Local residents bring in average pay of $50,704, according to MERIC data.

Also in June, month-over-month data show a 5,300-job increase statewide.

The maintenance worker had been with the theme park since 2017.

Springfield chamber's Vicki Pratt says many eco devo professionals are incentivizing investments that enhance productivity and efficiency.

Nonprofit Elevate Branson is behind entrepreneur-focused venture.

Program introduces potential hires to construction industry.

Launch will begin offering career-focused courses for students.

Spokesperson says "a small number of roles" were cut locally.

Supercharge Southwest Missouri is named the most innovative program at business incubator conference.

Springfield City Council will weigh committee suggestions before a July 25 vote.

CoxHealth VP Andy Hedgpeth: "In times of great change, employers may be tempted to chase new, trendy approaches. In the long term, though, success is found in pursuing a new take on the fundamentals."

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, education, engineering and nonprofit.

The funding goes toward emergency medical services training.

The award recognizes the professional, philanthropic and civic contributions of businessmen throughout the Springfield region.

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