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"It's great for our state to say, hey, we have 1.7% unemployment," said Phil Davis of Job Service North Dakota. "But it's bad for employers right now who don't have a lot to pick from.
Businesses are building companies and reshaping lives.
Long-term commitment sought, small-town living offered.
Company had said it was delaying expansion nationwide but a company spokesperson said Thursday that hiring will start now with plans to be full launched by early next year.
Avera Health, based in Sioux Falls, said it is cutting jobs among its nonclinical workforce, including those in administration, but not positions such as doctors and nurses. The health system is not alone in reckoning with skyrocketing costs across the board due to inflation.
If we want North Dakota to be open for business, we need to make sure our workers can find child care. We need child care workers as acutely as we need teachers and nurses.

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Nonfarm payrolls rose 372,000 last month following a revised 384,000 in May, a Labor Department report showed Friday. The unemployment rate held at 3.6% as the pool of available workers shrank, and wage growth remained firm.
One of the starting points for newcomers is a pre-existing online portal promoting North Dakota called findthegoodlife.com.
Despite the second straight weekly decline reported by the Labor Department on Thursday, claims are hovering near a five-month high. There have been job cuts in sectors like technology and housing amid fears of a recession as the Federal Reserve aggressively tightens monetary policy to quell price pressures.

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