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  • Mark Lennihan
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In this Wednesday, June 22, 2016 photo, workers guide a boom pouring concrete on top of 3 World Trade Center in New York. Behind them is One W…

  • Arizona Daily Star
  • Updated

Hiring at five Tucson-area stores is part of the Phoenix-based chain's national hiring day event.

  • ASSOCIATED PRESS

John J. O'Connor III, right, like his wife, Sandra Day O'Connor, left, has a new job in Washington. O'Connor, now a partner in a Phoenix, Ariz…

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The most recent jobs report, released Friday, was not entirely promising.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Fair on Thursday at PCC targets veterans; Rep. McSally hosts fair on Saturday and Rincon High.

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  • By: Liz Wiseman | Monster

Too often well-meaning managers shield their employees from change and disruption, essentially placing a do not disturb sign on the employee’s door.

Reader statements on family income decline, new names for criminals, Goldwater Institute. 

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  • By Jeanine “J.T.” O’Donnell
    and Dale Dauten King Features

Dear J.T. & Dale: My daughter just started a job at an ice-cream stand. The manager takes afternoons off, coming back at closing time. He …

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  • JEANINE "J.T." O'DONNELL AND DALE DAUTEN King Features

J.T. and Dale give advice on profile photos, getting a job at Google.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Company that provides nurses and other health-care workers and equipment is holding a job fair Saturday, April 2.

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Using the most recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, CareerTrends has identified the 25 occupations with the biggest gap in me…

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Study finds that JobPath helped 300 people raise their pay levels over the last five years.

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  • By Patrick McNamara Arizona Daily Star

Cooperation key in plans to ensure area's longterm economic growth. 

  • Arizona Daily Star

Jobertising.com is hosting a job fair Tuesday at the Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites on East Grant Road.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Job seekers are encouraged to bring several copies of resumes.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Tucson Premium Outlets, to open this fall, holds center-wide fair to fill more than 800 jobs.

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  • Marilyn Heins Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Most mothers who work must do so. 

Bus drivers, special needs paraprofessionals, child care teachers and support staff wanted.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

State officials uncertain declining unemployment is really a sign of economic improvement.