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Bill de Blasio's 'New' Jobs Plan Isn't So New After All

Nearly everyone noticed the lack of detail in Mayor Bill de Blasio’s State of the City proposal to create 100,000 “good-paying jobs”—and it appears that’s because it’s simply an extension of what the city’s mayoral-controlled Economic Development Corporation has done for the past 15 years. 472 more words


Accenture Joins Trump's Job Creation Drive

Count Accenture as another company pledging to create new U.S. jobs in the era of Trump.

North American CEO Julie Sweet told Fortune Thursday that the company is planning to open ten new innovation hubs in cities around the U.S. 276 more words


Junior Programmer / Analyst

Swimwear Anywhere, Inc, a Long-Island Swimwear Designer and Manufacturer, has an opening for a Junior Programmer / Analyst.  This position will be responsible to help maintain and upgrade our current applications as well as help to develop new solutions to benefit the organization. 147 more words


Scott Stringer Shreds Bill de Blasio's State of the City Plans

Comptroller Scott Stringer, a rumored mayoral candidate, tore into Mayor Bill de Blasio’s new plans to create jobs and affordable housing, and his decision to withhold specifics on his vision to address the city’s homelessness crisis in his annual State of the City speech on Monday night. 824 more words


Spotify Is Moving Into 4 World Trade Center

Spotify is expanding its footprint in New York City and adding many more jobs to fill its brand new offices.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced during a press conference on Wednesday streamed via Facebook Live as well as via a series of tweets that the digital music company is moving into Four World Trade Center. 213 more words


Governor touting jobs plan

Bloomfield, Conn. (WTNH) – In this time of economic stress on the state level, Governor Dannel Malloy will travel to an aerospace company in Bloomfield to talk about his plans to create and keep jobs in Connecticut. 63 more words


Job club helps employers meet future workers

ROCHESTER, Minn. – The area job market continues to be strong and in Rochester a workforce development company is bringing job seekers and employers closer together. 110 more words

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