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Unemployment numbers on the rise


Williston’s mass lay-offs prompt proactivity in other oil, gas companies


Jobs report slip won’t have much effect Bismarck and Mandan


Strong jobs report holds true in Bismarck-Mandan


Teen employment down for the summer


Operation Intern helps businesses hire summer employees


Addressing workforce shortages


Positive outlook for businesses in Bismarck-Mandan in 2019


North Dakota unemployment rate is lower than national average


Demand for workers in Williston on the rise


Job Service North Dakota eggs and issues in Williston


Energy company lays off Stanley employees


Businesses hiring seasonal workers in addition to jobs already open


Release of September job numbers in Williston reveals decrease in openings


Senior citizen job fair held in Bismarck


Job survey shows high wage demands, limited talent hindering North Dakota


Basin Electric laying off some employees due to financial reasons


Plenty of job openings in Williams County


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