People who liked CBSLA on Facebook are getting a sneak peek from CBS2 into the next Southern California company looking for new hires.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of two black men in Oakland claims Southern California-based In-N-Out Burger didn’t hire them because of their race and age.
Knott’s Berry Farm is holding a hiring event Friday for its 40th Annual Halloween Haunt at Knott’s Scary Farm.
Thousands of applicants are expected to compete for hundreds of positions at the Los Angeles Fire Department after a three-year hiring freeze.
Employers in Los Angeles County were among the factors behind the highest increase in job growth in the country.
Next time you park your car anywhere in Los Angeles, make sure you carry some change to feed the meter or you could end up coughing up big bucks.
The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in Los Angeles County held steady at 11.8 percent in February, the same rate as January.
An uptick in hiring in February could provide some optimism for millions of workers still unemployed in the Southland.
As the city tries to reign in spending, new data shows the paychecks of police officers and firefighters ballooned in 2011.
Will some of the biggest names in retail turn around the anemic jobs market in the Southland?
The ranks of the unemployed are shrinking in California and state officials hope the trend could signal brighter days for the state’s sluggish economy.
Sheriff Lee Baca met with Obama administration officials on strategies on how to fight what they call “violent extremism” in the U.S.
San Bernardino City Unified School District plans to fill more than 400 jobs with willing applicants by the end of the school year. This is the first job opening the district’s Personnel Commission has processed in more than four years.
The survey found that 69 percent of respondents now are forecasting zero growth in their workforce in the next six months — up sharply from eight months ago.
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