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Careers in the travel industry have always seemed glamorous. Now a study — conducted by the U.S. Travel Association —  says they pay well, too. Workers who begin their careers in travel achieve higher wages, have greater access to educational opportunities and enjoy better career progression, according to a study of more than 30 years… Continue Reading Travel industry tooting its own horn over jobs, salaries

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Task force meets to ease transition for veterans

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The first workshop to help veterans gain access to services, licenses and credentials to ease their transition from military to civilian employment was held earlier this month. The task force is charged with making Colorado the most military friendly state in the nation. “In the service of our country, these men and women have developed… Continue Reading Task force meets to ease transition for veterans

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Colorado Springs politicians and business leaders are hoping to capitalize on the increasing global thirst for oil and gas, opening the way to many new local jobs. Continue Reading Drilling for jobs: Oil and gas industry will yield employment

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T-Mobile’s Technical Care Center in Colorado Springs plans to hire up to 80 full-time technical care specialists during the next couple months. The company is hosting an open house from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 5 at the T-Mobile Call Center at 556 Chapel Hills Drive. Applicants can expect to… Continue Reading T-Mobile Call Center plans to hire 80; open house Wednesday

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Mayor Steve Bach has set an ambitious goal for himself and the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber and EDC — to create 18,000 new jobs during the next three years. Continue Reading Mayor Bach sets aggressive jobs goal, but is it possible?

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Companies’ high-tech jobs tougher to fill

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After two months as president/CEO of the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber and EDC, Joe Raso met the business community this week with sobering words: The city doesn’t yet have the workforce necessary to compete in the new global economy. Continue Reading Companies’ high-tech jobs tougher to fill

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  U.S. employers in April posted the fewest job openings in five months, suggesting hiring will remain sluggish in the months ahead.   The Labor Department said Tuesday that job openings fell to a seasonally adjusted 3.4 million in April, down from 3.7 million in March. The March figure was the highest in nearly four… Continue Reading U.S. employers post fewest job openings in 5 months

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Summer internships were once a good way for ambitious students to get a jump on their career, but these days they’re an essential career ingredient. Continue Reading Internships not just optional for the career-minded

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Sales of Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango SUVs are so strong that their factory will stay open through the normal two-week summer shutdown. Automakers typically close plants around the July 4 holiday to update cars and trucks for the new model year and maintain the machinery. But the Jefferson North factory in Detroit that… Continue Reading Strong Grand Cherokee sales keep factory humming

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Colo. bill would bar credit checks for some jobs

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Lawmakers will hear testimony on a bill to prohibit employers from using consumer credit information against potential employees unless they’re applying for a job that involves financial decisions. Democrats sponsoring the proposal say the use of credit information creates barriers for people who have recently lost their jobs and are looking for employment. The bill… Continue Reading Colo. bill would bar credit checks for some jobs

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