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North Carolina economy and employment looks positive for next five years

economy in North Carolina has been pretty sluggish in its recovery compared to other states across the country, one economist claims that things are looking very good indeed for the state’s future. “Despite everything that’s going on Washington (and) everything that’s yet to go on…the underlying fundamentals of the economy are dramatically improved,” says Michael…

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North Carolina employment down in last decade

new report from consulting firm South By North Strategies. In our contrasting post earlier this week, which discussed how employment has increased since the new year, we mentioned how January saw a big jump in job creation across America. Nonetheless, it seems that recent increases remain small when considering the bigger picture. Even though North Carolina’s…

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NC Attorney General unveils sex offender app

The Department of Justice on Monday released a free mobile application that utilizes the GPS mapping feature built into the Apple iPhone and iPad to show the names, photos and homes of registered sex offenders living nearby. Users can search for offenders within a 1, 3 or 5-mile radius of their present location and receive alerts whenever…

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Henderson County optimistic for 2012 jobs

Henderson County has weathered stormy periods with unemployment in the four years since the recession hit, but there is hope that 2012 may show improvement. In January 2008, the county’s unemployment rate was 3.8 percent as reported by the N.C. Department of Commerce Division of Employment Security, formerly the N.C. Employment Security Commission. But the…

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Employment in North Carolina in trouble

remain high, things are looking bleak for a lot of people. The N.C. Budget and Tax Center reports that more 500,000 jobs would have to be created in North Carolina to bring the state back pre-recession employment levels. Almost half the unemployed workers nationwide have been looking for a job for more than six months.…

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Employment Law Update

New State Immigration Law North Carolina Governor Bev Purdue signed legislation on June 24th to require employers and local governments to use E-Verify. House Bill 36 requires counties, cities and employers to to use the federal E-Verify program to verify the work authorization of newly hired employees, in a three step process that will apply…

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North Carolina criminal background check

Mind Your Business is an example which can provide you with professional, detailed and cost-effective criminal background checks in the North Carolina region. A business like MYB can offer much more expediency in retrieving records on the desired subject as they pull from various sources simultaneously, and are often able to provide a much more…

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