Meet artist Amanda Louise Spayd, a sculptor who crafts endearing doll sized creatures.
About 4,000 people let state unemployment rolls as Ohio gained 28,000 jobs in February.
The West Side casino that’s expected to bring a couple thousand jobs to Columbus has automatically narrowed its job applicant pool by about one-fifth.
Issue One on next week’s ballot would raise the age limit for judges from 70 to 75. Should judges or any professions have mandatory retirement ages?
President Obama tomorrow visits Columbus, trying to sell the jobs plan he unveiled last week. It calls for a mix of tax cuts, help for the unemployed and spending on road and bridge repairs. Will it help the economy?
President Obama is set to give his “major” jobs speech to Congress on Thursday. He hinted Monday it might include extending a middle class tax cut and spending money on fixing roads and bridges. What do you think should be in the president’s jobs plan?
Two Democratic state lawmakers and a liberal policy group are re-filing a lawsuit against the private job-creation board JobsOhio. The suit challenges the law championed by Republican Gov. John Kasich creating an appointed, nine-member board to handle economic development deals.
Hundreds of home-weatherization jobs are expected to be lost in Ohio as federal stimulus money runs out for programs that help low-income and elderly Ohioans with home-energy improvements.
A new jobs survey shows Central Ohio shed jobs during the second quarter. The region’s job picture darkened especially in June.
As senators and members of congress spend recess time in their districts. They are focusing sharply on the job market and in some cases getting getting directly involved in efforts to boost employment.
The latest jobless report paints another optimistic picture of the Ohio economy.