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Nonresidential construction employment eked out a modest gain in January, implying that the spending rise of 2007 will continue, said Ken Simonson, chief economist for the Associated General Contractors of America. His comments followed the release of two January economic reports. The first came from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and covered payroll employment. The… Continue Reading Up trend continues for nonresidential construction

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A new Web site for job seekers is touting itself as the “go to” site for those looking to make more than $100,000 a year. TheLadders.com advertises itself as an alternative to other sites that are overrun with unattractive, untalented, “average” workers. Membership to the site costs $180 a year and restricts listings to jobs… Continue Reading Visit “elite” site for 100K-plus jobs

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State’s 2007 payroll numbers strong

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Colorado’s seasonally adjusted figures for non-farm payroll were close to 2.35 million, up from 2.3 million in December 2006, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ December 2007 report released this month. That puts Colorado on the list of 23 states with “statistically significant employment changes” from last year. Colorado employers added 45,100 jobs during… Continue Reading State’s 2007 payroll numbers strong

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Job seekers confident about finding employment

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Despite a troubled U.S. economy, 25 percent of job seekers believe they’ll find jobs within two months, according to Challenger, Gray and Christmas. The firm surveyed 500 people during December and found that the overall confidence about the job market is higher than last year. Only 16 percent were as confident in 2006. About two-thirds… Continue Reading Job seekers confident about finding employment

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