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The Peoria Unified School District governing board narrowly approved a $1,500 retention and recruiting stipend to all returning staff from fiscal year 2021 and new staff hired on or after July 1. more
It’s no secret the COVID-19 pandemic was catastrophic for employment across the U.S. and in Arizona. As the virus began to ravage the country, some industries, like hospitality, were hit hard and forced to lay off thousands of employees. more
PHOENIX — Arizona appears to be on the verge of having as many people working as there were before the economy tanked last year because of COVID. The latest figures from the Office of … more
The city of Buckeye is dealing with a number of challenges, including its rate of growth.During the past 10 years, according to the city, that number is the highest in the U.S.: 80%. That’s … more
Panoramic canyon sights at Grand Canyon National Park and the glitz and glow of Scottsdale nights didn’t suffer devastating economic blows during the pandemic. In fact, tourism in the Grand … more
Immense growth in the e-commerce industry should spell success for local municipalities that have attractive resources to lure in new businesses. This week, CBRE Econometric Advisors … more
As companies across the country try to fill job vacancies, Banner Health is offering a wide-range of skilled positions with competitive pay and benefits at different facilities in the Southwest — primarily in Arizona and Northern Colorado. more
Local First Arizona and Pipeline AZ are pooling their resources to optimize how rural job seekers and businesses in Pinal County connect in an ever-evolving, competitive and fast-paced job … more
Barro’s Pizza, a local family-owned and operated restaurant chain that has served Valley residents for more than 40 years, is looking to hire nearly 400 workers in Maricopa and Pima counties. more
Nurses searching for new opportunities are in luck: Abrazo Scottsdale is hiring. more
Abrazo West Campus in Goodyear will hold a two-day job fair for nurses, Monday and Tuesday, May 5 and 6. more
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, our economy saw record-breaking growth. In 2018 and 2019 ,we saw wages, our unemployment rate, and revenues hit record-breaking levels. more
When Grand Canyon University senior Rabekah Neu crossed the stage at graduation on Monday, she did so with a full-time job offer in supply chain management from Inc. more
An $8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor will boost Arizona State University’s efforts to churn out a highly skilled workforce. more
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