In this issue, we explore remote work, education for the next generation of entrepreneurs, brand reputation and cryptocurrency. We interview WNBA exec too!
A recent spike in COVID-19 related cases nationally appears to have had little impact on national employment numbers.
The nation’s economy created 199,000 new jobs in December, but it was below economists’ projections.
Unemployment rates in several northern Indiana metro areas fell in November when compared to the prior month.
Publisher Troy Linker says time is now for all industries to rethink hiring strategies as the workforce continues to shrink, making it difficult to find qualified workers.
Indiana’s jobless rate fell from 4% in September to 3.5% in October.
Indiana’s jobless rate appears to be in a holding pattern.
Indiana’s jobless rate was unchanged in July when compared to the previous month.
Raising pay for an assortment of jobs appears to be helping businesses across the country fill open positions.
Indiana’s unemployment rate in June was 4.1%, according to the latest information from the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.