Businesses definitely are still focused on workforce — and showed it by attending in record numbers at this recent event.
Wondering how to equip the next generation of employees with skills your business will need? She’s already doing it.
“When I advertise for help, I get zero applicants. Zero.” A Minnesota business leader’s struggle to hire is causing him to expand in Sioux Falls.
It wasn’t a typical summer internship experience, but it still led to national recognition for a local student and continued to help this firm build its workforce.
Unemployment figures in the Sioux Falls area continue to head in a positive direction, dropping to 4.2 percent for August, compared with 5.5 percent in July.
From education to tourism, industries statewide are scrambling to find workers they typically would have brought in from outside the country.
While there was a week-over-week increase of South Dakotans filing new claims for unemployment, the number of those continuing to receive benefits dropped by 1,200.