When Mayor Mike Huether's phone rang on Wednesday, quickly into the conversation, he knew there was nothing but bad news on the other line.
Unemployment rates fell last month in 21 U.S. states and were unchanged in 17, as widespread job growth and a shrinking workforce reduce the ranks of those out of work.
An Aberdeen-based printing company says it has laid off 55 employees in response to a decrease in customer demand.
Minnesota's unemployment rate has barely budged in a year and has registered at 3.8 percent for May.
The Downtown Sioux Falls, Inc. (DTSF) Board of Directors announces today that Joe Batcheller, a Sioux Falls native who has most recently been with the Town of Vail, Colorado has accepted the leadership role for the DTSF organization. Batcheller brings a strong background in Urban and Regional Planning and a passion for the Sioux Falls community; especially downtown.
The Labor Department says the number of open jobs at the end of April jumped 5.2 percent to 5.4 million.
If you're looking for job security, you may want to try gerontology. As baby boomers get older, the field is growing.
The Labor Department says weekly applications for unemployment benefits rose 3,000 to 265,000.
A tight job market has one KELOLAND employer offering cold, hard cash to new hires and to the current employees who refer them.
With a low unemployment rate, it's a great time for job seekers as employers struggle to fill open positions.
Looking to capitalize on national attention, the State Economic Development Office released a website intended to attract young people to South Dakota.
South Dakota has launched a workforce development campaign that aims to erase perceptions in other states of a barren wasteland with little opportunity.
Every summer, the city of Sioux Falls hires hundreds of people for seasonal jobs within the park system
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