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Company winners also are announced at a ceremony held at Oasis.

Brad Brotherton brings 23 years of experience at the firm to his new role.

Jeff Shaw is exiting the company after more than 33 years.

Emily Givens led the nonprofit for four years.

Students can earn compensation working at the Springfield hospital.

The funds from the federal government are designed to prepare the incarcerated for the job force.

Joshua Koss brings real estate legal experience to the position.

Across all industries, Springfield-area employers are keen to attract workers.

New superintendent prepares to set course for district.

Pagination Bookshop leans heavily on e-commerce to navigate pandemic.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, and communications.

With large numbers of people dipping out of the workforce during last year’s stay-at-home orders, a lot of resumes now feature a brand-new gap.

Supreme Court rules in favor of health insurance expansion.

Allison Gregory will oversee the creation of three new resource centers in the state.

Guaranty Bank's Shaun Burke is named Legacy Adviser.

She’s served as the acting leader since February, when Clay Goddard took a job elsewhere in the state.

The Department of Workforce Development project focuses on recruitment and retention.

The Ozark development is hosting a career fair this weekend.

Kendal Ford succeeds Janelle Reed as manager of the organization.

Women’s basketball leader Preston Beverly joins the university from New York.

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