A special hiring fair for veterans is set for Thursday in Wichita Falls.
Making Transition From The Military Into Civilian Workforce
Unemployment numbers continue to rise in the nation and state, and here in Wichita Falls, too. Officials say there are plenty of jobs to be had, though, and employers are simply waiting on the workers with the right skills.
It may seem like a tedious task, but building a resume is a crucial step in the job hunt. Alison Kosik has tips on how to get started.
June Jobs Report Below Expectations
Careerbuilder has a list of ten companies looking to hire 800 employees or more.
News last week that 400 well-paying jobs are coming to Wichita Falls has spread across the area like wildfire.
As Mechell Dixon found out, it has caused officials at a state employment agency to have a very busy Monday.
During a time when many Texomans continue struggling to make ends meet, several hundred jobs are coming to Wichita Falls. Mechell Dixon found out those jobs are paying more than minimum wage.
During a time when many Texomans continue struggling to make ends meet, several hundred jobs are coming to Wichita Falls.
Mechell Dixon found out those jobs are paying more than minimum wage.
Construction on two new wind farms in Jack and Young Counties is set to start in a matter of weeks, and promises to bring dozens of new jobs to the area.
They've risked so much and put themselves in harm's way to defend
our country. And war heroes continue to come home to begin the next
chapter of their lives. A Wichita Falls agency is helping veterans find
War heroes are returning home from overseas And returning to life in America. But getting back to the lives they left behind,which might include retiring from the military means starting a new career path.
Castaway Cove Water Park in Wichita Falls announces several upcoming job fairs for the upcoming 2012 season.
The local economy is showing signs of picking up as the local unemployment rate continues to fall.
In Wichita Falls, the unemployment rate dropped to 6.9%, down from 7.7% a year ago. Numbers like that have local leaders looking forward to the year ahead.
There's some good news on the job front, if you're willing to relocate.