Mike Williamson is looking for a few good people. But he isn’t finding them. “Forget qualified candidates. I’m having a hard time even getting applications,” said the operations manager of Solomon’s Seafood in Washington. “The market in our business is super bad. People should be looking for jobs.” In many instances, apparently, they are not. …
Now the global leader in natural gas and oil production, the U.S. has set the standard for safe, reliable, and affordable energy. America’s energy sector supports more than 10 million jobs across the nation, driving nearly $290 billion of capital investment – all while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. But unrealistic energy policies and bans on …
Pennsylvania loses nearly $3.5 billion a year due to breakdowns in childcare, according to a joint study led by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.
Members of the Workforce Command Center say there are five main points keeping people from working. They also gave 42 recommendations to overcome those barriers.
Pennsylvania lawmakers have been hearing the same refrain for most of the year.
Research shows that the vast majority of people who could expunge their criminal records never do it.
Lower-level criminal convictions in Pennsylvania began to be automatically sealed Friday under a state law touted as a way to give offenders a fresh start.
Flanked by students attending Dauphin County Technical School, Pennsylvania’s GOP House leadership on Monday encouraged the passage of a package of workforce development bills at a news conference at the state capitol.
It’s encouraging to continue to hear Gov. Tom Wolf champion an issue that has been one of our priorities for years:
Where are the workers?