employment

Press release from the Tennessee House Republican Caucus; August 29, 2012:  NASHVILLE, Tenn.—While the economy may be showing signs of some improvement, a number of Tennesseans are still looking for work. Last week, an event in LaVergne helped to connect a number of them with large companies in the area. The Tennessee Career Center at […]

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Press Release from the Office of Gov. Bill Haslam, Jan. 24, 2011: First Regional Meeting to Take Place in Memphis Thursday NASHVILLE – Governor Bill Haslam announced a series of regional jobs roundtables to take place across the state beginning this Thursday in Memphis. The roundtables – as part of Haslam’s jobs agenda – are […]

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State of Tennessee Press Release,, Sept. 08, 2010 Japanese Auto Parts Manufacturer to Create 385 Jobs, Invest $50 Million in Maury County Nashville – Governor Phil Bredesen and Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Matt Kisber, along with company officials, today announced that IB-Tech, a subsidiary of Japanese-owned auto parts manufacturer Imasen Electric […]

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Legislators to consider a proposal that would help funnel federal dollars to the state to try and stimulate the energy-efficiency industry.

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Easing unemployment has been the constant, common refrain by all the players in Tennessee’s 2010 gubernatorial race.

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