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Careers

The Most Meaningful Jobs in Arizona – Ken Lain

Photo: Watters Garden Center employees Agriculture is on top regarding activity mixed with the outdoors in a low-stress environment. Specifically, working with trees. According to this week’s article from the Department of Data, Washington Post, by Andrew Van Dam, titled The Happiest, Least Stressful, Most Meaningful Jobs in America. Garden centers were far above hotels,

Search engines

Best Job Search Engines in the US

Breaking into a new job can be a challenging experience as they require an increasingly superhuman performance at each stage of interviews. The stress of knowing how to best present oneself to hiring staff, as well as honing your job searching skills, is significantly reduced by online job search platforms. At their core, job search

Employment

MILESTONE: More Than 500,000 Jobs Added Under Governor Ducey

It’s official. Arizona has added more than half a million private sector jobs under Governor Doug Ducey, according to the latest employment report released by the Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity. Since January 2015, 500,200 private sector jobs have been added, placing Arizona in the top tier of states for job growth over the past

ElectraMeccanica

Governor Ducey, ElectraMeccanica Celebrate Start of Electric Vehicle Production

Governor Doug Ducey and ElectraMeccanica celebrated the start of production for the company’s electric vehicles, continuing Arizona’s manufacturing momentum following a week of major announcements from semiconductor and battery manufacturers. “Arizona and our thriving manufacturing ecosystem have made quite the statement over the last six days,” said Governor Ducey at the production facility commissioning event. “Arizona has

Jobs

Arizona saw continued job growth in October – The Center Square

Arizona had a rise in both employment and unemployment last month. Arizona added 7,300 nonfarm jobs in October, a 0.24% increase in the state’s labor force participation. However, the state’s unemployment rate rose by 0.2% to 3.9%. It marked the fourth consecutive month where the state’s unemployment rate rose. Arizona’s rise in unemployment is due