Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Employment articles below.
Singapore has earned the top spot in the eighth annual Expat Explorer country league table, with expatriates praising the city-state’s opportunities for career development, appealing salaries, and an excellent quality of life.
Study cites influence of site selection and space design on employee value proposition.
Majority of CFOs say business analytics know-how mandatory for accounting and finance professionals.
UVa Miller Center's Milstein Commission has released a report on creating manufacturing Jobs; report is first in a series on restoring middle-class jobs.
Nearly one-quarter of respondents of new TD Bank Environmental Attitudes Survey said they would refuse a job if they disagreed with the organization's sustainable impact.
Job security and economic outlook within the manufacturing and logistics sectors on the upswing according to a recent survey from Randstad.
Concern over competitive environment rising; top areas for increased spending include technology (64%), existing facilities (42%) and workforce hiring (40%) in 2014.
CareerBuilder and Economic Modeling Specialists release 2014's top occupations and metros for temporary employment growth.
The 10th annual Business Facilities LiveXchange is only a few months away. If your company is planning to expand or relocate its operations, you...
JLL forecasts investment volumes up 10 percent and leasing markets to moderately improve.
Economic activity in the non-manufacturing sector grew in November for the 47th consecutive month, say the nation's purchasing and supply executives.
Grid modernization work expected to create more jobs as smart meter deployment begins.
New survey shows that the percentage of vehicles sold in the U.S. and manufactured in America rose from 50 percent in 2011 to 62 percent in 2012.
The rising tide of jobs in the Lone Star State is an across-the-board phenomenon, as six Texas towns two-step into our top 10.
The top three industries represented included manufacturing (11 companies), back office/business support (10 companies) and logistics (seven companies).
Economic activity in the non-manufacturing sector grew in June for the 42nd consecutive month, say the nation's purchasing and supply executives in the latest Non-Manufacturing ISM Report On Business®.
Industry employs more than 734,000 workers and generates nearly $355 billion to economy, study finds.
More than 250 companies agreed in 2012 to create 27,620 new jobs in Indiana, exceeding any year on record. From the January/February 2013 issue