North Dakota's April 2013 not seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 3.5 percent.
Job Service North Dakota recently became aware of a fraudulent employment scheme circulating via email to a limited number of Job Service customers.
If you’re an unemployed veteran, you may qualify for additional education benefits through the Veterans Retraining Assistance Prog
The Labor Market Information Center recently expanded the Area Profiles online publication to include county profile information rather than just the state's largest cities' profiles.
When Job Service launched UI EASY in late 2004, you could file your quarterly contribution and wage reports, make electronic payments and view your account information onl
The North Dakota Department of Transportation adopted federal guidelines for drivers with military commercial experience.
Williston’s booming population could be as high as nearly 44,000 people in 2017, according to a North Dakota State University study.
Effective January 1, 2013, employers will see lower unemployment insurance tax rates in North Dakota.
24/7 Wall St. recently published "The Best and Worst Run States in America: A Survey of All 50" and for the first time, North Dakota ranked #1 in the best-run state category.
The way you dress, conduct yourself, and answer questions during an interview can make the difference in whether or not you get a job offer.
KFYR anchor, Jennifer Joas, reported in her Training for Regional Energy story that "50,000 more workers will be needed in the energy industry by 2015."
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