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Job Market

Did you just graduate? The entry-level job market is the strongest it's been in years

This year’s college graduating class will enter the strongest entry-level job market in years, particularly in industries dealing with an aging workforce and retiring baby boomers. 894 more words


April unemployment rate slides to new record low

State agency says eight of the 14 of the major industries gained jobs last month, each adding close to 1,000 jobs.

Oregon added about 6,600 jobs in April, as the state unemployment rate ticked down to a new record low of 3.7 percent. 12 more words

Portland Tribune

Help Wanted: Looking for labor in a tight market

With unemployment at historic lows, some area positions are tough to fill.

“Help Wanted” signs are popping up around the Gresham area like spring flowers, and historically low unemployment in Oregon has sent some local employers scrambling to find enough high-caliber workers for their businesses or agencies. 13 more words

Portland Tribune

Good News Graduates: It's The Best Job Market In A Decade

By Dillon Thomas

DENVER (CBS4)– According to business and economics experts, 2017 is the best year to enter the workforce, with unemployment rates less than three percent nationally. 357 more words


Teaching Hamilton: A Wrap Up

Over the past week PALS hosted a fantastic series of posts on teaching Hamilton in various classroom contexts. Laura Miller shared approaches to using Hamilton as a way to help students find entry into the 18th century as part of a… 912 more words

21st Century

A Life Measured in Swipe-Rights

Andrew Kay found himself on the dating market and the academic job market simultaneously, and spoiler alert: they’re deeply analogous, and it turns out that living both the personal and professional parts of your life as one massive interview is not easy, or pleasant. 233 more words