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The Pikes Peak Workforce Center connects vital businesses with work-ready job seekers and employer-driven services. At the Pikes Peak Workforce Center we support business and promote employment. We help businesses solve their workforce-related business problems. Resources available to you include: Recruiting and Personnel services including job analysis, performance coaching, job matching and skills testing. Training and Education including customized training for your incumbent workers and supervisors and on-the-job training. Financial Services including employee wage and benefit reviews, wage and hour training plus updates on the latest tax credits and incentives. Business Services including business decision making tools such as labor market trends, wages, legal issues, community networking, industry networking, and industry consultants.

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GET A JOB MONDAY: JUMP ON THE EXPRESS EMPLOYMENT CAREER TRAIN

Pikes Peak Workforce Center | September 19, 2016

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Get set to push your career onto the fast track. A southern Colorado organization is hiring, and that next hire could be you. In our exclusive Get a Job Monday segment, Eric Singer introduces you to a representative of Express Employment Professionals....

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SPRINGS HAS THOUSANDS OF JOB OPENINGS; NOT ENOUGH SKILLED WORKERS

Pikes Peak Workforce Center | September 14, 2016

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The economy and job growth have been bouncing back in Southern Colorado. Colorado Springs Mayor, John Suthers, said during his State of the City address that the unemployment rate at its lowest in 15 years. He also said much of the workforce isn't qualified to for the 15,000 job openings in our region. "The problem is that many of the 12,000 local people looking for work don't have the job skills to fill many of these job openings in fields ranging from software engineering a...

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CORPORATE RECRUITERS SCORE HIGHEST IN JOB SATISFACTION, GLASSDOOR REPORTS

Glassdoor | January 15, 2020

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Corporate recruiters have the highest job satisfaction of any other position on Glassdoor's list of 50 Best Jobs in America for 2020. The rankings are based on a combination of satisfaction, available opportunities and salary. Based on Glassdoor data, corporate recruiters make a median base salary of $65,607; that, combined with openings and satisfaction put the job in the list's No. 37 spot. HR managers ranked higher overall, earning the No. 12 spot with a salary of $83,190 and more job...

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LINKEDIN: HOW SMALLER CITIES ELEVATE HIRING RATES AS ONE-INDUSTRY WONDERS

LinkedIn | January 14, 2020

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Various midsize metropolitan areas around the country sport hiring rates well above the national average due to a focus on "a single home-grown industry so robust it can be an enduring job magnet, all by itself," according to a Jan. 9 LinkedIn report. Healthcare dominates many, responsible for hiring growth in Kalamazoo, Michigan; Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; Boston; Cincinnati, Ohio; and both Allentown and Erie, Pennsylvania. Meanwhile, Fayetteville, Arkansas, relies on retail for ...

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GET A JOB MONDAY: JUMP ON THE EXPRESS EMPLOYMENT CAREER TRAIN

Pikes Peak Workforce Center | September 19, 2016

Get set to push your career onto the fast track. A southern Colorado organization is hiring, and that next hire could be you. In our exclusive Get a Job Monday segment, Eric Singer introduces you to a representative of Express Employment Professionals....

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SPRINGS HAS THOUSANDS OF JOB OPENINGS; NOT ENOUGH SKILLED WORKERS

Pikes Peak Workforce Center | September 14, 2016

The economy and job growth have been bouncing back in Southern Colorado. Colorado Springs Mayor, John Suthers, said during his State of the City address that the unemployment rate at its lowest in 15 years. He also said much of the workforce isn't qualified to for the 15,000 job openings in our region. "The problem is that many of the 12,000 local people looking for work don't have the job skills to fill many of these job openings in fields ranging from software engineering a...

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CORPORATE RECRUITERS SCORE HIGHEST IN JOB SATISFACTION, GLASSDOOR REPORTS

Glassdoor | January 15, 2020

Corporate recruiters have the highest job satisfaction of any other position on Glassdoor's list of 50 Best Jobs in America for 2020. The rankings are based on a combination of satisfaction, available opportunities and salary. Based on Glassdoor data, corporate recruiters make a median base salary of $65,607; that, combined with openings and satisfaction put the job in the list's No. 37 spot. HR managers ranked higher overall, earning the No. 12 spot with a salary of $83,190 and more job...

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LINKEDIN: HOW SMALLER CITIES ELEVATE HIRING RATES AS ONE-INDUSTRY WONDERS

LinkedIn | January 14, 2020

Various midsize metropolitan areas around the country sport hiring rates well above the national average due to a focus on "a single home-grown industry so robust it can be an enduring job magnet, all by itself," according to a Jan. 9 LinkedIn report. Healthcare dominates many, responsible for hiring growth in Kalamazoo, Michigan; Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; Boston; Cincinnati, Ohio; and both Allentown and Erie, Pennsylvania. Meanwhile, Fayetteville, Arkansas, relies on retail for ...

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