Governor Doug Ducey proclaimed May as Military Appreciation Month to honor the sacrifices of our nation’s military personnel and their dedication to protecting our freedom and keeping Americans safe. “Arizona is forever grateful for the sacrifices of our military members,” said Governor Ducey. “The soldiers, sailors, marines, airmen, guardians, and coast guardsmen, from whom we
I get lots of emails from my readers. Most are from nice people who have questions about their particular Social Security situation. I like responding to these people and helping them out. Then there are those guys (and it’s almost always guys) who rant and rave and gripe and groan about some perceived injustice involving
More than 75,000 jobs supported by short-term rentals in the Grand Canyon State Airbnb and Expedia Group today released a new report—the Economic Impact of Short-Term Rentals in Arizona’—by Rounds Consulting Group, Inc. (RCG). This new report was commissioned by Airbnb and Expedia Group to better understand how short-term rentals support cities, towns, and the state.
Governor Ducey launches effort to hire veterans Governor Doug Ducey launched a plan to nearly double veterans in the state workforce, building on his commitment to make Arizona the best state for veterans in the country. “Arizona has a message for the men and women who’ve served our country in uniform – we value your
Yavapai College and the Regional Economic Development Center are partnering with other community organizations to sponsor the Chino Valley Job Fair at the Chino Valley High School (760 E. Center St.) on Friday, Feb. 18 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Attendees can learn the latest information about careers; apply for part-time, full-time, temporary, and
Governor Doug Ducey announced $1,037,960 for St. Joseph the Worker to expand its Workforce Village program to support transitional housing and services that assist individuals experiencing homelessness with finding full-time employment and managing finances. “Across the state, there are resources available for Arizonans who have fallen on hard times and could use guidance to get