The Texas project is part of a billion-dollar national effort to grow local economic hubs and create good jobs in places that aren’t the typical urban superstars.
The state is working with the company Wiley to recruit dislocated workers for education and training, rather than waiting for them to show up.
The Small Business Administration is investing in more support and training for minority entrepreneurs and businesses in underserved communities.
As Intel makes a $20 billion bet on making semiconductors in Ohio, it's also investing big—$100 million—in education and training for the workers it will need.
Modern technology has dramatically changed hiring and the way the country tracks labor market demand. But how much does data really tell us about today's in-demand jobs?
In search of employment, many four-year graduates say they have to leave the country’s “Borderplex” region
Despite El Paso's focus on economic development, new graduates of the public four-year university there make almost $10k less than comparable graduates across the state—and many move for greater opportunity.