Who needs college? Not everyone, certainly. If employers and educators would realize that good careers can be forged without a bachelor’s degree, the most difficult people to employ might find paths to self-sufficiency.
The number of seasonal workers becoming full-time employees has grown from two percent to 15 percent
About 157,000 jobs were added in July, which was more than 30,000 jobs short of estimates
The latest PayScale Index shows that inflation is rising faster than wage growth.
Washington is actually down from last year, when the state held the top spot
Take a look at the hustle and bustle of the market more than 100 years ago
Take a look 22 years into the future of traffic in the region.
Investments in Seattle area venture companies climbed 23 percent to $1.57 billion last year.
New reports out this month point to significant growth in the city, county and state.
Washington state also ranks second in the U.S. for job growth, and the city and state both rank well for wage growth, as well.
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