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    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate shrank in May and payrolls grew, even as the labor force contracted, according to state figures released Friday. The figures come out as employers broadly report that they are struggling to find workers to hire. READ MORE: Advocates Want To Build Stronger Child Care System In Pennsylvania Pennsylvania’s...
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP/CBS13) — As of May 2021, California has regained more than half of the 2.7 million jobs it lost at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, officials said Friday, a trend driven by restaurants and hotels hiring more people as the nation’s most populous state reopens its economy. Employers added 104,500 new jobs...
    SACRAMENTO (AP) — California has regained more than half of the 2.7 million jobs it lost at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, officials said Friday, a trend driven by restaurants and hotels hiring more people as the nation’s most populous state reopens its economy. Employers added 104,500 new jobs in May as California’s unemployment...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS SF/AP) — California will stop giving unemployment benefits to people who are not actively applying for jobs, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration has announced. Federal law requires people who are out of work to be actively looking for jobs to be eligible for unemployment benefits. But the federal government let states waive that requirement...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore leaders have joined forces to bring a high-speed rail line to the Northeast Corridor. The train would run from Washington D.C. to Baltimore at 311 miles per hour, cutting the trip down to just 15 minutes. It will also include a stop at BWI. READ MORE: 24-Year-Old Man Killed In North...
    California has added jobs at a torrid rate since the beginning of the year, but the state’s economy has a long way to go before it recovers its pre-pandemic prosperity. May was the fourth month that Golden State payrolls grew by more than 100,000 jobs — a faster post-recession rate than in any previous recovery....
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    An undersea warfare manufacturer in Fayette County will expand its operations, Pennsylvania officials said Thursday. Advanced Acoustic Concepts, maker of sensors, weapons and trainers for underwater use for clients such as the U.S. Navy, will hire 36 new full-time workers as it grows its Lemont Furnace campus by more than 30,000 square feet. It’s...
    “Latest tax collection report reveals the state of Minnesota is pretty much rolling in cash” was the headline on June 11. That’s the state, of course, not all our families or businesses. So, what’s the best way to use that cash to benefit all of us? COVID-19 upended almost everything we do. For many, “upended”...
    The Bay Area economy muscled up to produce solid job gains in May that topped those of April — but the region’s employment totals remain far below where they were before coronavirus-linked shutdowns began. The job gains last month in the Bay Area were powered by big increases in employment in the East Bay, the...
    The Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) announced yesterday that Georgia’s May unemployment rate dropped another 0.2 percentage points to reach 4.1 percent in May as the labor force declined 12,478 to reach a total of 5,160,501. The labor force increased gradually during the first quarter...
    Nine states will be ending their enhanced unemployment benefits on Saturday, cutting off aid to more than 440,000 out-of-work adults, according to an estimate from the left-leaning Century Foundation. The Republican governors of the states argue that the benefits aren't necessary as the economy recovers, but workers and advocates say the loss of benefits will...
    (CNN)This Father's Day, working dads need something more than ties and candy. What they could really use is a permanent shift away from the epidemic of overwork that, researchers say, is potentially deadly for them, and risks devastating their families. Kara Alaimo Here's the problem: In many top-paying fields, people are compensated more for jobs...
    For two years, John White has been trying to get a permanent job at the company where he's a contractor, but his applications to open positions there have been rejected five times. Company policy forbade contractors from working remotely during the pandemic, so even while his colleagues worked from home, White has been commuting to...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Governor Gavin Newsom’s administration announced Thursday that beginning July 11, Californians receiving unemployment insurance will need to actively seek employment in order to keep getting benefits. The federal law requiring people to apply for jobs while on unemployment was temporarily waived during the pandemic due to the historic number of businesses ordered...
    AKRON — They say when you go to a dance, you dance with who took you. It’s that simple, and by George, it’s not complicated. For the Valley Indians all postseason, those dance partners have been George Arnett and the defensive unit behind him —spearheaded by standout senior shortstop Andrew Andronis. And, on the biggest...
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- California will stop giving unemployment benefits to people who are not actively applying for jobs, Gov. Gavin Newsom's administration announced Thursday.Federal law requires people who are out of work to be actively looking for jobs to be eligible for unemployment benefits. But the federal government let states waive that requirement during the...
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP/CBS13) — Californians will need to actively apply for jobs in order to receive unemployment benefits, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration announced Thursday. Federal law requires people who are out of work to be actively looking for jobs to be eligible for unemployment benefits. But the federal government let states waive that requirement during...
    HUNTS POINT, The Bronx (WABC) -- While Hunts Point has been known to be the breadbasket of the Northeastern seaboard, getting it to the table has become a challenge."Over 300 jobs instantaneously given to Bronxites. We are sounding the alarm," said Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr.Like many other communities, Diaz Jr. and business leaders...
    Under heavy pressure from California Gov. Gavin Newsom and businesses, and after flip-flopping this month, California’s workplace-safety regulator is expected to do away with mask requirements for vaccinated employees in most jobs Thursday, with Newsom issuing an order afterward to make the new rules effective right away. Cal/OSHA said last week that it would on...
    A green energy technician, who works at a factory that is soon shutting down, blamed President Joe Biden and climate czar John Kerry for the closure that will lead to hundreds of lost jobs. Brian Dockter lost his job at a wind turbine factory in Aberdeen, South Dakota as a result of President Joe Biden’s...
    Anyone who turned on the news or opened a newspaper during the Trump presidency heard “Russia” on an unending loop. Americans were inundated with rumors and innuendo – many of which turned out false – about so-called connections between the 45th president and Russia at every turn, whether they liked it or not. The mainstream...
    New claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly climbed last week, the first stumble since April. The Labor Department said Thursday that jobless claims rose 37,000 from the week before to a seasonally adjusted 412,000. The number of jobless claims generally reflects the pace of layoffs. The unadjusted number of initial claims under state programs totaled 402,352...
    The number of Americans filing for first-time jobless benefits increased last week for the first time in two months, even as numbers remained near a pandemic low. About 412,000 people filed for regular unemployment benefits in the week ended June 12, the U.S. Labor Department said Thursday. That's a jump of 37,000 from the previous...
    The number of new applications for unemployment benefits rose 37,000 last week to 412,000, the Labor Department reported on Thursday. The number of new jobless claims represents the number of people who filed for unemployment in the previous week. The new figure was more than forecasters’ expectations of 359,000 new claims. The number is...
    The state Senate Economic Growth Committee has approved a measure intended to help New Jersey attract “its fair share” of federal jobs and dollars. S-1778 would create an office in the Department of Treasury to advocate for permanent federal jobs in New Jersey. Under the measure, the governor would appoint the head of...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A hotel project that had been paused due to the pandemic is back underway after a 15-month hiatus during the pandemic. READ MORE: Portion Of Route 28 To Highland Park Bridge To Close For 3 Months Construction of the Landing Hotel at the Rivers Casino after originally...
    Abuse of power: Bolton considering legal action against Trump-era officials who sued him over tell-all book Royal Caribbean delays Odyssey of the Seas sailing after crew members test COVID-19 positive In Portland, there is an opportunity to coach Damian Lillard. In Boston, there is a head coach job open with one of the NBA's...
    It was the peak of the pandemic when Tiffanie Trinh was offered a job as an IT support technician for Taco Bell and told she could work remotely until further notice. Traffic was practically nonexistent at the time, but she dreaded the one-hour slog between her apartment in Long Beach and her new office in...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Part-time job postings are topping 2019’s pre-pandemic numbers. Employers struggling to fill jobs are looking to younger workers and, in some cases, offering more money to get them on the payroll. READ MORE: We Need To Get To 70 Percent By July 4th: Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Hopes To...
    (CNN)Nearly one in three local election officials included in a new survey say they feel unsafe because of their jobs, part of a report released Wednesday that highlights threats to America's election workforce in the ugly aftermath of the 2020 presidential election.And about one in six election workers who responded -- about 17% -- have...
    (CBS DETROIT) – Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced two projects will create 90 new manufacturing and professional services jobs in southwest Michigan on Tuesday. The jobs will be added in Portage and Decatur and provide additional housing in Kalamazoo have been approved by the Michigan Strategic Fund, signaling continued economic recovery in Michigan. READ MORE: ATF...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Choosing between a job and family is a decision the COVID-19 pandemic forced many working moms to make. With two out of five jobs lost to COVID-19 yet to return, women lost an entire generation of job gains. CBS 2’s Tara Molina is Working for Chicago, digging into what that looks like in the Chicago...
    Southfield (CBS Detroit) – As the pandemic winds down, an offshoot has been a growing jobs gap particularly in the skilled trades, which is why CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” is taking a look this Sunday at 7:30 a.m. at one unique program to train more tree trimmers. Michigan Matters Host Carol Cain, with Jerry Norcia, President/CEO...
    The federal government wants to lease land in shallow water between Long Island and the New Jersey coast for offshore commercial wind energy development and the creation of union jobs. The feds say the land, located on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) in the New York Bight, could enable more than 7 gigawatts of offshore...
    As the nation emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, CBS News polled Americans on their jobs now and in the future, ahead of the CBSN special "Employment in America," airing at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET on Monday night and 2 a.m. ET on Tuesday. CBS News finds Americans mostly optimistic about jobs in their...
    Alaska, Iowa, Missouri and Mississippi eliminated their federal unemployment programs on Saturday, ending federal assistance for almost 340,000 workers.  The states are the first four of the 25 Republican-led states that have announced plans to end federal assistance to do so.  "As Alaska's economy opens up, employers are posting a wide range of job opportunities and workers...
    IT’S blazing June. The sun gods have smiled on G7 world leaders. St Ives ­sparkles like St Tropez in a sapphire Cornish sea. We’re all ready for a ­summer holiday. Or we were. A huge Boris-shaped cloud has cast a pall of depression over the British Isles. 3A huge Boris-shaped cloud has cast a pall...
    LGBTQ writers in Hollywood are claiming widespread discrimination in the entertainment industry and are demanding executives take decisive steps to hire more queer, gay, and transgender writers. They are also demanding Hollywood studios take action against states that have passed “anti-trans legislation” — which presumably refers to laws banning transgender drugs and surgery for minors,...
    AN ACTRESS who had four ribs removed, bum fillers, boobs jobs and more to look like Kim Kardashian admits she regrets spending close to half a million pounds to emulate her idol. Jennifer Pamplona, 28, has had hundreds of surgeries and procedures over the last decade but now wishes she never started. 17Jennifer Pamplona has...
    Becky Hammon will interview for head coaching jobs with the Portland Trail Blazers and the Orlando Magic. There’s movement on the NBA head coaching front, with the latest buzz revolving around the Portland Trail Blazers and the Orlando Magic. According to The Athletic’s Shams Charania, longtime San Antonio Spurs assistant Becky Hammon is among five...
    (CNN) — Prices are rising rapidly in every corner of the economy as it emerges from the pandemic. But some areas are bucking that trend. Medical care inflation was lower than 1% in the 12 months ending in May, the smallest increase since March 1941, when Franklin D. Roosevelt was president. In the month of...
    LOOSE Women host and former lingerie model Penny Lancaster has started her new job as a special constable for the City of London police. But PC Penny, 50, isn’t the only nineties pin-up icon to have had a completely different career change later in life. 16Penny Lancaster in her new role as a special constable...