Warehouse jobs were supposed to be the future of the retail industry, offering opportunities for displaced employees and reshaping the American workforce. Amazon, Target, Walmart and other com… Read more

The San Leandro Hospital emergency department, where nurse Mawata Kamara works, went into lockdown recently when a visitor, agitated about being barred from seeing a patient due to COVID-19 re… Read more

For most of his life Doug Ramsey, editor of the Journal of Rural and Community Development, planned to retire to the small Ontario town where he grew up. Suddenly, that doesn’t seem feasible. Read more

Jenna Clark has joined the Family Medicine department at Cheshire Medical Center in Keene. Clark has spent the past eight years working as a registered nurse, most recently in the Family Pract… Read more

The N.H. Division of Travel and Tourism Development is forecasting strong growth in tourism numbers for the fall compared to last year. According to a press release on Sept. 22, an estimated 3… Read more

“You can’t force people to get vaccinated,” Mark Thurston, president of CUSA Consulting, an electrical engineering and consulting firm in Hampton, said about President Biden’s executive order … Read more

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The three-bedroom, two-bath home has a corduroy-patterned exterior, rounded corners — and a cement pour that oozed from an industrial-sized toothpaste tube. And most intrig… Read more

Maya Richmond was named executive director of the Brattleboro-based Windham County Humane Society. She’ll work with current director Annie Guion this fall to transition into the role. Previous… Read more

The sign on the front door of Twelve Pine in Peterborough alerts customers to the stark reality of the labor shortage in the Monadnock Region. The one-page note from owner George Neal states t… Read more

SALEM — Local Bull Moose employees who were suddenly fired, then rehired, earlier this year have officially unionized. Read more

In an analysis earlier this month, the N.H. Fiscal Policy Institute largely attributed the state’s labor shortage, which is plaguing businesses big and small, to a child-care shortage. Single … Read more

It will surprise few that after a digital mosaic sold for $69 million in March as an NFT, or non-fungible token, comic-book giants Marvel and DC informed their artists they shouldn’t try the s… Read more

At Tesla’s ballyhooed Battery Day event last year, CEO Elon Musk set himself an ambitious target: to produce a $25,000 electric vehicle by 2023. Hitting that sticker price — about $15,000 chea… Read more

Olivier Van Houtte has joined the General Surgery department at Cheshire Medical Center. He recently completed his colorectal surgery fellowship at St. Francis Hospital in Hartford, Conn. He d… Read more

Applications for U.S. state unemployment benefits rose last week, led by a jump in Louisiana, as Hurricane Ida continues to throw a wrench in the labor market’s broad recovery. Initial unemployment claims in regular state programs increased to 332,000 in the week ended Sept. 11, Labor Department data showed Thursday. The median estimate in a Bloomberg survey of economists called for an ... Read more