The survey also found that 42% of entry-level positions will be fully in person, 40% will be hybrid, and 18% will be fully remote.
According to a report from the National Association of College and Employers , this spring, employers will hire 31.6 percent more college graduates than they did last spring.
Minnesota continues to deal with a nursing home staff shortage even as the job workforce continues to rebound from the pandemic.
Minnesota lawmakers say they have settled one of the biggest questions of the legislative session.Legislative leaders' deal includes $2.7 billion to refill the state's unemployment insurance fund, $500 million in bonus payments to reward workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, and $190 million for the Walz administration's response to the pandemic.
A Saturday deadline looms at the Minnesota Legislature as both parties try to come to an agreement that avert a tax hike on businesses.
More than 500 high school students from across the Twin Cities attended the clinic featuring craftsmen from different trades giving students demonstrations on everything from laying brick, to finishing cement, to operating a back hoe.
Minnesota’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate matched an all-time best 2.5 percent in March, as the strong labor market continues to contrast with high inflation.
The National EMT Association says there’s an emergency medical services crisis. Here's how volunteer and labor shortages are impacting a rural Minnesota community in Mountain Lake.
Minnesota's unemployment rate fell to 2.7 percent in February, the lowest in 23 years, fueling wage gains and contributing to concerns about persistent inflation.
New state data shows that Minnesota added more than 10,000 jobs in January – the largest monthly game since last July.
After months of contract negotiations, public defense workers in Minnesota will announce whether or not they will go a strike Thursday afternoon.
As war rages in Europe and rising prices cause economic uncertainty in the U.S., President Joe Biden visited the Duluth-Superior region Wednesday for his first event after the State of the Union address.
After spending more than a decade in the banking industry, a St. Paul man is branching out on his own. In his new role, Clement Marriot is working to connect people of color to careers in banking and finance.
Home Depot is planning to hire more than 100,000 employees ahead of the spring season.
Despite an anecdotal shortage of workers across seemingly every industry, the state unemployment rate has decreased to 3.1 percent according to numbers released today.
Minnesota's minimum wage is set to increase Jan. 1.
Minnesota's unemployment rate, once battered by the COVID-19 pandemic, fell in November to 3.3 percent to match its pre-pandemic level.
Losing a job can have a huge impact both financially and emotionally. Dawn Stevens chatted with an expert about how to bounce back from the loss and get back on your feet.
Inflation is matching increases in Minnesota workers' average hourly earnings nearly dollar-for-dollar, meaning workers are seeing little real benefit from their paycheck gains.
The U.S. Department of Labor announced on Monday an increase of the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour for federal contractors, giving a pay bump to hundreds of thousands of workers.