Pandemic layoffs pushed many employees in hospitality to find jobs in new growth areas—with better pay, perks, career prospects By Heather Haddon, Te-Ping Chen and Lauren WeberJuly 13, 2021 5:30 am … [Read more...] about Customers Are Back at Restaurants and Bars, but Workers Have Moved On
Millions of Americans say they can’t find a job. Millions of employers say they can’t find workers. A reason for this mismatch is that people are leaving cities or industries where businesses need … [Read more...] about Job Openings Are at Record Highs. Why Aren’t Unemployed Americans Filling Them?
Las Vegas Review-Journal June 27, 2021 - 9:00 pm Facing more than $14 billion in unfunded liabilities, Texas recently reformed one of its largest public employee pension systems. Given Nevada’s … [Read more...] about EDITORIAL: Texas provides Nevada a model for pension reform
Nevada added more than 10,000 jobs last month as coronavirus restrictions loosened and tourism regained its footing in Las Vegas. But unemployment remains high as the valley, home to the bulk of the … [Read more...] about Nevada adds 10K jobs in May, jobless rate dips but remains high
After a new state law that requires employers to disclose salaries for open positions, some are advertising jobs available anywhere in the U.S. but Colorado By Chip CutterJune 17, 2021 9:47 am ET … [Read more...] about Many Companies Want Remote Workers—Except From Colorado