Workforce Wednesday: Finding a Better Job

With the increasing mobility of today’s workforce, landing one job usually isn’t the end of a career. For those who are already employed, but want to transition to a better job, today’s Workforce Wednesday article takes a look at how to do that. You might be looking to earn more money, or find a position that better aligns with your skills or education. Either way, here are two easy steps you can take to get started.More...


Mail Day: Quarterly Employer Reporting & Contributions

Employers report wages for each employee every quarter to the Unemployment Insurance division. This information is used to assess eligibility for unemployment benefits. In the last year, the percentage of employers filing these reports online has increased from 79 percent to more than 85 percent.More...


Economist Insight: Getting Future Workforce Interested in STEM

Throwing a bunch of robots and high school students into a stadium together to compete isn’t just a fun evening, it’s also part of a concerted effort to get our future workforce interested in science, technology, engineering, and math—otherwise known as STEM.


This #WorkforceWednesday, we’re highlighting Economist Matt Schroeder’s look at the sixth annual FIRST Robotics competition, which brings together dozens of teams from 11 states to compete. More...