Though the Texas unemployment rate remains at its lowest in nearly 8 years, there are still folks out there looking for work. In comes AAA Texas; the large insurance company is holding an Emergency Roadside Customer Service Representative Job Fair in the Dallas/Fort Worth area this week.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor will be hosting its annual job fair this weekend as the popular destination gears up for summer.
If you’re looking to earm some extra cash on the side, Six Flags Over Texas has just the opportunity for you. The theme park is holding a job fair throughout the long weekend.
The Fresh Market Inc., a specialty grocery store, is opening its first North Texas location this fall, which will bring nearly 100 new jobs to Dallas.
With a grand opening date in March 2015, Nebraska Furniture Mart of Texas is already looking for employees to staff its newest location in The Colony.
Six Flags Over Texas expects to hire 1,000 seasonal employees after holding its primary job fair for 2014 season.
School starts in just a matter of weeks, but Dallas ISD is still searching for hundreds of teachers.
You wouldn’t call it your typical job fair.
Texas Veterans will be out in numbers at the Ballpark in Arlington on Thursday to participate in the “Hiring Red, White & You” statewide job fair.
Texas is fairing better than the nation’s jobless average of 8.3%. And economists say there are several signs that the job market is improving in North Texas and job seekers say they are noticing.
Returning to civilian life is tough enough for veterans. Finding a job can be even a bigger challenge.
New U.S. Department of Labor statistics show the unemployment rate for people ages 16-19 is rising for the first month of the summer. That’s why hundreds of high school students and recent graduates lined up at the Will Rogers Center in the early afternoon heat. They’ve learned jobs are hard to come by.