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  • Report: efficiency changes to climate bill would create 16000 more ... - Cleveland News Report: efficiency changes to climate bill would create 16000 more ... - Cleveland News
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A group that promotes energy efficiency says revising a climate change bill would create nearly 16,000 more jobs in Ohio by 2030. The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy says in a report released Wednesday that Ohio stands to benefit significantly from energy efficiency measures in a...Senate. The group says more stringent energy efficiency requirements would create 41,700 jobs in Ohio by 2030, instead of 26,000 under the plan... the U.S. House. It also says the changes would bring Ohio average annual household savings of $744 by 2030, ...
  • Fact-Checking Issue 3 Casino Campaign Ads: Will Jobs Go To Out-Of ... Fact-Checking Issue 3 Casino Campaign Ads: Will Jobs Go To Out-Of ...
    ...TruthPAC is running a television advertisement that claims, “...the jobs that are created will go to skilled, experienced casino ...not the case. So what is the truth? Bob Tennenbaum of the Ohio Jobs and Growth Committee concedes that the top casino-management jobs will go to people who have casino experience....fact is, we don’t have casinos in Ohio now. We don’t have ...local workers for the vast majority of the thousands of permanent jobs, such as dealers, servers, and maintenance... points out that those employees who move to Ohio for work at the casinos will still help to contribute...
  • The Weekly Layoff Report: Where Have All The Summer Jobs Gone? The Weekly Layoff Report: Where Have All The Summer Jobs Gone?
    ...by paying less. Not so, according to Labor Department data released Thursday. The number of employed young people--that is, 16- to 24-year-olds--increased by 1.6 million between April and July this year. But the number goes up every summer, and at the end of the period the proportion of young people with jobs was only 51.4%. That made it the lowest July rate on record--and the record goes back ...a factory in Evansville, Ind., in the southwest corner of the state. That will eliminate some 1,100 jobs next year. Like many other companies that make durable consumer goods, Whirlpool is...
  • Summer jobs, optimism likely behind unemployment drop in Wis. city Summer jobs, optimism likely behind unemployment drop in Wis. city
    Wausau, Wis., saw its unemployment rates decline in July for the first time since last fall. The rate declined from 12.4% in June to 12% in July, and the likely factors behind the decline include seasonal summer work and general optimism about the economy, according to Bill Smith, executive director of the Wisconsin Chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business. Designed specifically for small and independent business professionals, NFIB SmartBrief is a FREE, daily e-mail newsletter. It provides the latest news and best practices you need to run your business. Sign up today to ...
  • Saginaw teens gain work experience wi... - The Saginaw News Saginaw teens gain work experience wi... - The Saginaw News
    ... Saginaw. Both teens earned paychecks and gained work experience this summer thanks to a job ... Sanders, the program's coordinator. "The number of youth placed in employment, based on the dollars we received, was phenomenal." ...and stuff," said Garza, one of 15 teens assigned to the elementary school landscaping team....teens on his landscaping crew matured over the summer. "For many of them, it gave them a sense ...them busy and out of trouble," said Coleman, a student at Delta College. Sanders said ...operated by Michigan Works! typically is much smaller, employing about 150 young people in Saginaw. She ...
  • Symphony director lands summer job in New York Symphony director lands summer job in New York
    ... such a top-notch group of musicians, staff and board members, not to mention spending summers with my family in one of the most glorious places on earth!" Spigelman's resume is extensive. In ... and music director of the San Angelo Symphony and the Texas Chamber Orchestra. Two of Spigelman's career highlights include his debut with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra in the world premier of Lowell ... six weeks in July and August in Lake Placid and throughout the Adirondack Park. In addition to the summer performances, the Lake Placid Sinfonietta, Inc. sponsors in-school music education programs in area ...
  • London teen chosen to go to county jobs event London teen chosen to go to county jobs event
    Workforce Investment officials said Tulare County teen's work ethic and responsibility earned him a trip to a statewide summer jobs event this month. Aurelio Bernalt was a volunteer working at Hodges Community Center in London when he was encouraged to apply to the summer job program Youth@Work.. A paid job was found for him at the Hodges Center, paid for with federal stimulus funds. Working as a youth.... Aurelio was selected from a pool of more than 1,800 young people employed this summer in the Youth @ Work program to attend the statewide event.
  • Springfield Symphony director accepts summer job Springfield Symphony director accepts summer job
    Springfield Symphony Orchestra Music Director Ron Spigelman has accepted a three-year appointment as music director of the Lake Placid Sinfonietta, effective Oct. 1, according to a news release from the Springfield group. The six-week, summer-only position will not affect Spigelman's work with the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, Spigelman said. “I am thrilled and it's truly an honor..., he said. “However, this position will not affect my work with the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, where I happily remain music director and resident.”
  • Youth employment program under review Youth employment program under review
    Youth job program under audit Expansion of federal stimulus funds left workers unpaid, project overwhelmed Federal and state auditors will review the use of millions in stimulus dollars that went to a local workforce agency to provide summer jobs for young people. Over the next two weeks, the auditors will look at how $4.9 million in federal funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act were handled. The money to provide jobs for young people in the Memphis area was passed through the state to the Workforce Investment Network.
  • Workforce group lauds local progress Workforce group lauds local progress
    More than 1,400 youth from West Tennessee were able to find summer jobs at 350 different employers. Of those participants ages 14-24, 30 were able to secure full-time employment as part of a job stimulus program, according to a report from a local agency. The program was part of a joint effort between the West Tennessee Workforce Investment Board, Southwest Human...Technology Center. "Now I'm training in drafting and CAD skills so I can better myself so employers will be willing to hire me," he said. "If it hadn't been for the Workforce Investment Board, I...
  • Jobless rate holds steady Jobless rate holds steady
    .... He said most of the additional workers found employment at Emmett Township's FireKeepers Casino, which opened ... But he said the full impact of the casino's presence on employment figures will not be known until next month....analyst George Erickcek of the Kalamazoo-based W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research said a flat unemployment rate is a good sign. He attributed July's regional job stability to Michigan Works' efforts to create new summer jobs in nonprofit and public sectors for teens. He also said companies are adding jobs to restock depleted inventories. Erickcek forecasts strong ...
  • Discouraged jobless abandon work search Discouraged jobless abandon work search
    ... filled out more than 60 job applications in the seven months since he...'s had only two calls from prospective employers, one a grocery store and another... at Sonic went to a teenager who needed a summer job. "I've kind of given up," the 36... Tennesseans are discouraged and no longer on the job hunt, which excludes them from the unemployment... and another 6 million have abandoned the job search out of frustration, according to If... the Spring Hill assembly plant and jobs building a Chevrolet crossover vehicle move..., including autoworkers at the plant and people with jobs at suppliers. "I'm not sure we've...
  • Plan To Save Cincinnati Police Jobs Runs Into Opposition Plan To Save Cincinnati Police Jobs Runs Into Opposition
    ... morning. A new plan designed to save the jobs of 138 Cincinnati police officers may be dead-in... and Chris Monzel - who make up the minority on Cincinnati City Council - held a news conference on... before I am willing to renege on our promise to the children of Cincinnati," he said. "It is curious that the very members of... state - are going to snatch up these OPOTA (Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy) certified police officers that the City of Cincinnati paid the expense of training," Harrell stated....aren't being properly handled. The FOP and CODE (Cincinnati Organized and Dedicated Employees) go ...
  • Cincinnati Council Members Propse Plan To Avoid Layoffs Cincinnati Council Members Propse Plan To Avoid Layoffs
    ... save some cash. On Thursday, four members of the Cincinnati City Council introduced a plan to avert ... They want to defer millions of dollars in payments to Cincinnati Public Schools. The plan still needs a... layoffs. "The city manager defered the October payment to Cincinnati Public Schools of $2.5 million that goes into ...payment, including interest, would be paid back to Cincinnati Public Schools in 3 to 5 years. "It's a win, win....safe," said Council member Chris Monzel. Cincinnati faces a $28 million deficit this year....Thomas says he's open to ideas that will save jobs, but it isn't likely he'll ...
  • Cincinnati Unemployment Climbs Again In July Cincinnati Unemployment Climbs Again In July
    A month after reaching 10 percent, Cincinnati's unemployment rate climbed slightly higher in July. The rate for July was 10.4 percent in Cincinnati, still lower than every other major city in Ohio except Columbus, which is at 9.3 percent. Hamilton County's rate was 9.9 percent, while Butler County was at...percent and Clermont County was at 10.4 percent. Warren County had the lowest unemployment rate in southwest Ohio at 9.8 percent. Highland County had the highest rate at 16.5 percent, with Adams, Brown and Clinton...
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