If you're in a military family, there's a free job fair going on right now for civilian transition positions in Lawton.
The Wichita Falls Housing Authority's self sufficiency program will be hosting a job fair.
Texas employers added 33,000 jobs in May, making the state unemployment rate 4.3%.
Blue Bell Creameries says they'll be laying off a third of their workforce due to the extended timeline to return to production after a listeria outbreak forced the company to recall all products and close its plants.
The American economy is experiencing a blooming this Spring.
If you're looking for a career in health care, retail, manufacturing, or government, you might want to visit the Sikes Senter Mall on Thursday.
Wichita Falls city councilors meet on Tuesday, to talk about keeping jobs at a local technology company and the possibility of a new restaurant coming to town.
MSU President Dr. Jesse Rogers is addressing why the university is considering outsourcing 94 facility service jobs.
If you are on the hunt for a new job, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice is looking for more correctional officers.
U.S. adds fewest jobs in March since December 2013. Is it a warning sign of things to come?
Evidence of an economy in recovery continued today with the number of people filing for unemployment benefits.
A new survey reveals many Americans aren't doing a good job when it comes to saving their income.
The Labor Department's monthly jobs report may be an indicator of the health of the overall job market in the near-term, but there are specific jobs that have the most promise for growth, according to government data.
On Thursday, the Labor Department announced the number of Americans applying jobless benefits ticked up 25,000 to a seasonally adjusted 304,000.
The Department of Labor Reports announced Thursday the number of applications for unemployment benefits has plunged to its lowest level in almost 15 years.
While drivers are rejoicing because of low gas prices, the negatives effects are starting to show.
A long-term mandate of the 2011 Budget Act could leave 17,000 in Lawton jobless, and a public meeting gave citizens an opportunity to voice their concerns.
The AT&T in Wichita Falls is looking to fill 65 job openings immediately, set to start sometime this fall.
The event is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at WDS in Wichita Falls, a Xerox company office.
The Wichita County Sheriff's Office is looking to hire.