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Pensacola ranked third best Florida city to find a job

Wallet Hub has ranked Pensacola the third best Florida city for finding a job, trailing only Sarasota and Jacksonville Beach. Pensacola ranked #10 in Job…

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Florida Department of Corrections hiring 4,000 officers

Florida Department of Corrections (FDC) plans to hire more than 4,000 correctional officers statewide before July 1, 2017 to fill existing vacancies and account for…

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Posted in Business Escambia County

County accepting applications for summer landscaping positions

The Escambia County Board of County Commissioners is now accepting applications for 14 temporary CRA Workers (grass cutting/weed control work) and 14 temporary Equipment Operator…

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Other areas around the state show huge job growth, according to Gov. Scott

Gov. Scott: Naples Area Adds 5,000 New Jobs Over Year in July 2015 On August 21, 2015, in News Releases, by Staff NAPLES, Fla. —…

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Scott announces Pensacola MSA has added 3,000 jobs in the past year

Press release: Governor Rick Scott recently announced the Pensacola area again experienced positive annual job growth over the year in July 2015 with 3,900 new…

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More job openings at West

West is hosting a two-day career fair to hire for 275 Customer Care and Sales positions. The onsite career fair will be held on Tuesday,…

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The Vision (2015)

The Greater Pensacola Chamber, along with its regional partners, unveiled Vision 2015 this afternoon. The five-year economic development strategy was described as a “roadmap” to…

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Blue Wahoo Job Fair at Greater Little Rock today

As Opening Day approaches for the Pensacola Blue Wahoos, the team has to jobs fairs this week to hire over 100 associates for the upcoming…

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Posted in Education State & National News

Scott wants to double-down on education

Gov. Rick Scott called his pay raises for teachers “a double-down” on what he claims has been a billion-dollar investment on the state’s K-12 education…

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