Agency says 20,000 jobs openings in the state through December Cindy Sanford’s workplace is so popular that people from across the country wait outside for the doors to open in the morning. Customers want what she and her staff have: access to jobs. Lots of them.
FARGO — To illustrate his effective leadership, U.S. Senate candidate John Hoeven is touting the number of jobs created in North Dakota during his 10 years as the state’s governor. A review of data compiled by Job Service North Dakota backs up Hoeven’s claim. But the figures might not tell the whole story when offered through quick sound bites on the campaign trail.
State Sen. Tracy Potter, D-Bismarck, is questioning the accuracy of Republican Gov. John Hoeven’s jobs creation claims reported on radio and Web site ads as the two prepare for North Dakota’s U.S. Senate race.
Darren Brostrom, director of unemployment insurance, says the problem occurred last week as the computer system was depositing payments in accounts. Some people were issued double or multiple payments.
A team of parents, legislators, community members and alumni of the state School for the Deaf are working on a long-term plan to serve North Dakotans who suffer from hearing loss. The 13-member transition team is holding a series of meetings, starting with a session this past week at the state Heritage Center.
Job fair at Alerus Center attracts 45 local businesses, hundreds of area job seekers Since being laid off at Cirrus Design in Februrary, John Smallbeck has been job hunting and turning in applications but still hasn’t been able to get work. Smallbeck was one of the many other area residents who turned out for a job fair Tuesday afternoon in the Alerus Center in an attempt to find a job in the midst of slow economy.
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