'Employees Have The Advantage'; Companies Offering Big Incentives As They Struggle To Fill Seasonal JobsWhile companies are struggling to hire temporary help for the holidays, some major retailers are offering huge benefits to attract seasonal workers.
Optimism At TSA Job Fair In Queens After Labor Department Reports Biggest Hiring Boost Since JulyPeople looking for work after a tough 18-month stretch lined up at the recruitment event in Flushing.
The Jobs Are Out There: Big Businesses Heading Into Busy Holiday Season Looking For 'Attitude Over Aptitude'Local businesses are already gearing up for the holiday shopping season, amid dismal labor trends.
Servant's Heart Ministry Workmanship Program Offers Free Classes For Adults Interested In Construction JobsClasses are taught by local professionals and the training is free. The program even supplies students with the things they need, from work boots to tools.
Gov. Murphy Announces Deal With Fiserv To Grow Financial Tech Jobs In New JerseyUnder the agreement, the company will receive $109 million in tax breaks over three years as it relocates to a new campus in Berkeley Heights.
New Jersey Launches 'Return & Earn' Program To Get People Back To WorkThe money is coming from the nearly $2 trillion federal COVID relief bill. 
There Are 11 Million Open Jobs. Why Are 9 Million Unemployed?If there are more job openings than unemployed workers, why aren't more people coming off unemployment aid?
Employers At Chelsea Job Fair Aim To Hire US Military Veterans, SpousesJobs were on display at a Chelsea art gallery where the job-seekers all had something in common: They're members of the military, veterans or military spouses.
Job Hunting? Experts Suggest Keeping Your Resume 'Drop Dead Simple,' Highlighting Numbers & Making An Effort To Reach OutAs for the job "search," experts say it usually takes more than just hitting "apply here."
Returnships: Corporate Programs Aimed At People Who Have Been Out Of Work Are Presenting Employment OpportunitiesA years-long gap in a résumé is usually a red flag for potential employers signaling someone who's been out of touch and may have rusty skills.
As NYC Restaurants Struggle To Find Applicants, Workers Say They Need To Increase WagesThe group One Fair Wage says that over 70% of restaurant workers surveyed are considering leaving the industry because of low wages.