Augustana College 2014 graduates now have a 99 percent placement rate. That number comes from the school's annual survey of recent alumni during the first eight months following graduation.
The job of a correctional officer isn't for everyone. The South Dakota prison system continues to deal with a high turnover ratio when it comes to correctional officers. But in the last few years, the prison has taken steps to better screen, train and keep officers on the job.
Two bills filed Wednesday in Pierre would have a direct impact on South Dakota employers.
Physician assistants topped the list, which has an average base salary of $111,376.
The City announced today it's going to be taking applications for the grant money to be awarded to any business or organization that's looking to improve its workforce.
The South Dakota Department of Tourism is looking for travel counselors and supervisors for the 10 information centers along Interstates 29 and 90.
Nearly $1 million has been matched by Governor Dennis Daugaard to help communities solve their workforce issues.
A circuit judge in South Dakota has ruled that two former employees of a Rapid City auto dealership are not bound by non-compete agreements signed with the company.
A new report says South Dakota's largest city is the fourth best city to find a job.
A bump in the minimum wage means a pay raise for thousands of South Dakotans in the new year.
Governor Dennis Daugaard said a program to beef up South Dakota's workforce is different than past efforts.
Due to a number of retirements and an increasing number of police and fire calls, the city plans to hire 10 new police officers next year, along with 15 new firefighters.
20 call center workers in Sioux Falls lost their jobs last week. WOW! Internet Cable & Phone laid off 270 employees of its 3,000 member workforce nationwide.
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