A judicial branch budget reduction plan unveiled in Frankfort means layoffs for more than 100 workers in the Kentucky court system.
by Stephanie Crosby About two-thousand job openings will be featured at a career expo tomorrow. Louisville Metro Government and the Louisville Urban League are holding the career expo. Urban League Workforce Development Director Juanita Sands says it was a little difficult to find 67 area employers to participate. “It was a little more challenging this […]
About 145 jobs will be created in Louisville as three startup companies prepare to begin and expand their operations.
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear met with Ford Motor Company CEO Alan Mulally this week, and he says the conversation was encouraging. With Ford upgrading the Louisville Assembly Plant to produce new vehicles, Beshear says he’d been planning to meet with Mulally for weeks. They convened on Monday and Beshear says Mulally told him that Ford’s […]
A local CEO is thinking of moving his tech startup company out of Louisville.
Hausman says while he opposes some of President Obama’s programs, this plan would work with the president’s proposals to help small business.
City and state officials are touting the use of tax incentives to keep a local company in Louisville.
Two weeks from today, Louisville Metro Government will host its fifth annual Youth Opportunity Showcase. The event brings employers to the convention center downtown and invites teens and young adults to meet with the employees to apply for summer jobs. Mayor Jerry Abramson says it’s an important choice for young people. “The choice is either […]
The census processing center in Jeffersonville, Indiana is still hiring.
Saturday, December 12, 2009 Producer: American Public Media Listen Again We know that a good education can be the ticket to a good job. But for many Americans, conventional school isn’t working. Every school day some seven thousand students drop out of high school. Often, what they managed to learn in the schoolhouse has not […]