The calendar may still say October, but retailers are bracing for holiday sales by hiring seasonal employees.
An initiated measure on the South Dakota ballot this November proposes to raise the state's minimum wage from $7.25 per hour to $8.50. Supporters believe it could help families who rely on the National School Lunch Program to pay for lunch.
Sioux Falls has a lot to offer people with disabilities.
Aberdeen had close to 100 people participate in its meetings this week. In addition to recruiting and retaining workers, officials say a lot of participants want to focus on informing local high school and college students about opportunities in Aberdeen.
Governor Dennis Daugaard challenged communities across South Dakota and Aberdeen is responding.
The Department of Labor and Regulation is reminding job seekers in South Dakota about the many services it offers at local offices.
The inaugural KELOLAND Career Expo hit the Sioux Falls Convention Center Wednesday. Hundreds of recruiters from the area's top companies were on hand looking for new employees.
With the help of the ACLU, a Yankton teenager has filed discrimination charges with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Even as the unemployment rate shrinks in Sioux Falls, there's still a pool of employees searching for the right job.
Jobseekers will flock to the KELOLAND Career Expo Wednesday, September 24, at the Sioux Falls Convention Center.
Officials say a low turnout at a job fair in northeastern South Dakota is not surprising with the low unemployment rate.
Now, city officials are trying to figure out the best way to use that money.
South Dakota baby boomers are putting retirement on pause by returning to the work force.
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