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Millennials -- people born between 1981 and 2000 -- fail to wear appropriate interview attire and are not inquisitive enough, hiring managers say.
Career website Indeed.com ranks Washington the top market in the nation for computer science majors looking to land a job.
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments report paints a grim picture for the region's economy if automatic, across-the-board cuts to the federal budget take effect in January. COG says better urban planning and promoting the region's diverse economy will will help offset the potential loss of jobs.
What would Labor Day be without jobs?
The good news: employers are starting to hire again. The bad news: the new jobs are low-paying.
At Six Flags, some terrifying sounds are echoing around an otherwise-empty park.
Swedish truck maker AB Volvo is adding 50 jobs in Hagerstown with the opening of a new, $8 million assembly line.
The Fairfax County Economic Development Authority worked with 33 businesses in the second quarter that are expected to add nearly 800 jobs in the county.
Arlington County has fallen in line with its neighbors, raising its living wage — the minimum salary paid to many contracted employees — to $13.13 an hour.
Instead of focusing on helping veterans with job searches, Virginia Values Veterans will help employers that want to hire, train and retain them.