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  • Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort busca trabajadores

    Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort busca trabajadores
    El nuevo Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort está buscando empleados. El complejo, que abrirá este verano, realizará ferias de empleo de 9 a.m. a 4 p.m. del 23 al 25 de junio en el Hillcrest Golf and Country Club, ubicado en 4600 Hillcrest Drive, dijo...
  • Wisconsin private-sector job growth 38th in 2014

    Gov. Scott Walker made it only about halfway toward his signature job creation promise and Wisconsin ranked 38th in job growth in 2014, trailing the national average, according to data released Wednesday by the federal government. Private-sector jobs...
  • Business events: Margaritaville hosts 3-day hiring event

      June 23 Three-day hiring event, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., through June 25, Hillcrest Golf and Country Club, Hillcrest Drive, Hollywood. The soon-to-open Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort will conduct in-person interviews. During the hiring event, the...
  • Text of the Federal Reserve's statement Wednesday

    Below is the statement the Fed released Wednesday after its policy meeting ended: Information received since the Federal Open Market Committee met in April suggests that economic activity has been expanding moderately after having changed little during...
  • Fed holds off on interest rate hike, downgrades economic forecast

    Fed holds off on interest rate hike, downgrades economic forecast
    Federal Reserve policymakers on Wednesday kept the central bank’s benchmark short-term interest rate near zero, opting against the first increase since 2006 after determining the economy still isn’t strong enough to handle it. Fed...
  • Headhunter James Citrin tells millennials how to land jobs and keep them

    Headhunter James Citrin tells millennials how to land jobs and keep them
    James Citrin is a corporate headhunter at executive search firm Spencer Stuart, where he leads the firm's work in finding chief executive candidates. He recruited Marissa Mayer to Yahoo Inc., for instance. ------------ FOR THE RECORD June 12, 10 a....
  • Pennsylvania shows biggest 1-month jobs gain since 1990s

    Pennsylvania shows biggest 1-month jobs gain since 1990s
    HARRISBURG (AP) — Pennsylvania recorded its biggest one-month jobs gain in nearly two decades in April, while its unemployment rate stabilized after rising for three straight months, the state Department of Labor and Industry said Friday. An...
  • Margaritaville looking to hire hundreds

    Margaritaville looking to hire hundreds
    The new Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort is looking for hundreds of employees. The resort, set to open this summer, will have job fairs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 23 to 25 at Hollywood's Hillcrest Golf and Country Club, 4600 Hillcrest Drive, a...
  • Fifty employers hiring at Miramar job fair

    Fifty employers hiring at Miramar job fair
    The city of Miramar will have a free career fair from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. June 18 at Miramar Town Center, 2300 Civic Center Place in Miramar. More than 50 employers are scheduled to attend including Carnival Cruise Line, Walmart, Walgreens, Mattress...
  • Drought saps $2.7 billion from California economy, report says

    Drought saps $2.7 billion from California economy, report says
    The drought is on track to dry up $2.7 billion in revenue and erase more than 18,600 jobs from the California economy this year, according to a preliminary report. But that blow has been hard to detect because the agriculture sector is just 2% of the...
  • Will L.A. put money behind wage theft crackdown?

    Will L.A. put money behind wage theft crackdown?
    In Los Angeles, it's hard to miss the signs of a city straining to meet its existing duties: broken pavement, illegally dumped furniture, rows of tents under freeway bridges. It took a discrimination lawsuit to persuade the city's leaders to start...