Searching for a job in DFW can be tiring. Fortunately for job seekers, DFW is one of the stronger economic regions in the country and has an abundance of job openings.
The City Manager of Keller is getting rid of some dead weight and to help the city he is including himself in the cuts. Dan O’Leary told the city council this week that he is firing himself.
In a still tight job market, Southern Methodist University senior and real estate major Michael Sizemore has a problem to be envied.
President Barack Obama may help Fort Worth resident Jennifer Wedel’s husband find a job. Whether he gets her vote is another question.
The unemployment rate in Texas has continued a steady decline to 8.1 percent in November. Figures the Texas Workforce Commission released Friday show the rate as an improvement over October’s 8.4 percent.
Many people started out the week realizing all they have to be thankful for, but a single mother in Red Oak is having a tough time focusing on her blessings, after losing everything all at once.
The number of people applying for unemployment benefits fell last week to the lowest level since early April, a sign that layoffs are easing and hiring may pick up.
Thousands of North Texans have lost their job during this recession. The search for a new job is not just financially devastating; it also takes an emotional toll. CBS 11 looks at how some are coping and gets advice from experts.
Searching for a job can be grueling. While one Arlington man has seen most everything, his current unemployment isn’t his only challenge of late.
National Employ Older Workers Week usually doesn’t get much attention this time of year. But this year the observance comes with serious concern about the rate of elderly unemployment. CBS 11 News went to a local job fair to find out just how bad the problem is.
America continues to hobble along to an economic recovery. The President will speak Thursday evening detailing his plan to right the country.
For the third time in a week, Sam Wistrand sat down in front of a computer at workforce solutions in Irving and started the slow scroll through internet job sites.