Are You Ready for That Summer Job?
24 Jun 2016
Summer jobs offer young Minnesotans a chance to learn the basic job skills that employers will look for as the teens advance in their careers. Early jobs help teens develop connections with employers, bolster their resumes, and begin to understand the working world.
Yet, finding a job can be challenging for teenagers, and it’s hard to know where to begin. Here you'll find basic information – identifying skills and interests, starting a job search, getting and keeping a job – to help start your job search off on the right foot.
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Angel Tax Credit: Following the MoneyJun 24 2016
The Angel Tax Credit Program stimulates private investment in emerging businesses and encourages job creation through the growth of those businesses. In 2015, the program certified 182 businesses, 114 of which received investments from 538 certified individual investors and 279 investors in certified funds. These businesses received more than...
Rehabilitation and infrastructure projects in 32 Minnesota communities were approved for $17.87 million in grants from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED). DEED awarded the funding under its Small Cities Development Program, which provides financial support for housing, public infrastructure and commercial rehabilitation projects in cities...
State Adds 15,600 Jobs in AprilMay 27 2016
Minnesota employers added 15,600 jobs in April, according to seasonally adjusted figures released today by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED). The agency said the April job gains were the most for a month since September 2013. March employment figures, meanwhile, were revised downward slightly from...