Trygve Olson cartoon: Staffing issues
While many industries struggle to fill open positions, scam artists are thriving, InForum cartoonist Trygve Olson says.
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Columnist Tammy Swift, a master procrastinator, shares how to "problameinate" (blame procrastination on others), "provoidinate" (avoid important tasks with busy work) and other "helpful" hacks.
Fargo, Grand Forks and Bismarck among top 5 lowest unemployment rates for U.S. metropolitan areas in October
Fargo ranked the second-lowest, followed by Grand Forks at fourth and Bismarck at fifth.
“This is ... a signal of our company's commitment to growth and long-term success,” FCC’s Chief Operating Officer Bill Rouse says.
The recommendation from the North Dakota Child Care Action Alliance comes out of listening sessions held throughout 2022 about the child care crisis.
The Midwest Manufacturers Association has created a new chapter called the Red River Manufacturers and Engineers Association. The goal will be to support the industry with a specific focus on the Fargo-Moorhead area.
COVID-19 forced employees from hundreds of metro area offices to work from home. More than two years later, employers are still figuring out the best ways to handle the remote, hybrid and in-person workplaces.
The North Dakota governor's plan released Wednesday would allocate more than $50 million in state funds to a series of workforce development programs.
Minnesota's 2% unemployment rate checked in as the nation's lowest, while North Dakota, New Hampshire and Nebraska had the fourth-lowest rates at 2.2%.
Officials at Theodore Roosevelt National Park weigh the needs of the ecosystem with the park's echo system.