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The UNC School of Medicine and Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina said Monday that they are collaborating to create a physician assistant master's degree program designed for people who have served as medics in the military.
S&D Coffee will expand its headquarters in Concord, adding 200 jobs in the next five years and investing $97 million, Gov. Bev Perdue announced Monday.
About 67 employers gathered in Crown Coliseum in Fayetteville Friday morning for a job fair exclusively for veterans and their spouses.
American Underground, a hub for new and emerging businesses in downtown Durham, is expanding. The business accelerator is leasing a second location to offer another 22,000 square feet to house up to 50 fledgling companies.
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem announced Wednesday that it would cut the equivalent of about 950 jobs by June 2013 in an effort to control costs.
WRAL and the Capital Area Workforce Development Board host a career fair this week in Raleigh.
Career coach Meloney Miller talks with WRAL about how important it is to stay positive while searching for jobs.
North Carolina's chamber of commerce and the National Association of Manufacturers estimate that the defense spending cuts, part of an across-the-board federal budget balancing law, could cost 34,000 jobs in the state.
Kelly Services will hold a job fair Tuesday at the Coty plant in Sanford where 450 contract manufacturing positions are available over three shifts.
Up to 18,000 people who have been collecting extended benefits could lose them in the coming weeks as North Carolina's unemployment rate drops and other factors show economic improvement.
The North Carolina State Board of Education approved an alternative certification program Thursday for those interested in teaching high school science, math or technology.
Individuals interested in working at this year's North Carolina State Fair can apply for a number of jobs through the Employment Security Commission, the commission said Monday.
Job seekers lined up before 8 a.m. to check out opportunities including nursing, law enforcement, engineering and customer service at an event sponsored by WRAL and the Capital Area Workforce Development Board.
Deep cuts to the state budget took a toll on state jobs. Now, some of those employees have a new place to turn for help.
Walmart has opened a temporary hiring center in Durham to recruit up to 200 employees for the new store opening in October on Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway.
Social networking can add a layer to a job search if applied correctly. Online and off, it is about building relationships.
Years ago, Person County lost hundreds of jobs when manufacturing plants closed or moved their production abroad. One company, however, has returned.
The event offers entrepreneurs space at 201 W. Main St., free, fast Wi-Fi connections from Time Warner Cable and free parking
A group wanting a chicken processing plant to be built in Nash County kicked off a campaign Tuesday that urges support for the project, which could bring thousands of jobs to the area.
Gates Corp. will expand its production of automotive belts and hoses in Ashe County, creating 58 jobs in the next three years, officials said Tuesday.
Eaton Corp. will add 120 jobs over the next four years at its Person County automotive components plant, officials said Monday.
Home-shopping retailer QVC will add 200 jobs to its Rocky Mount operations and invest $71 million over the next five years, Gov. Bev Perdue said Wednesday.
Red Hat will keep its corporate headquarters in Wake County and add more than 500 jobs in the next five years, officials said Monday.
Unemployment rates in North Carolina and across the nation remain stubbornly high, but one business sector is booming.
Novartis will expand its $1 billion vaccine production facility in Holly Springs, adding 100 jobs and new facilities, officials announced Wednesday.
SAS announced Tuesday morning that it is adding 100 jobs and unveiling new products at its world headquarters in Cary with an emphasis on "cloud computing."
A company that supports technology and gaming firms plans to expand its Buncombe County call center, adding 408 jobs, officials said Monday.
Coty Inc., which makes perfumes and cosmetics, will expand its operation in Sanford, creating 140 jobs, officials said Thursday.
A company that makes cable and panel systems for household appliances plans to expand its manufacturing plant in Beaufort County, creating 239 jobs, officials said Tuesday.
A company that makes custom colors and additives for the polymer industry will open a manufacturing plant in Liberty, creating 71 jobs, officials said Monday.