Flush with Controversy

Inside Minneapolis’ new 100 Restrooms initiative.

Downtown Minneapolis Population Surpassed 51K in 2019

The number of downtown residents grew 3 percent over the prior year.

The Fine Print: GDP Growth

A look at GDP growth across the region and nation.

This Year’s Angel Tax Credit Fund Is Already Tapped Out, DEED Says

The state distributed all $10 million in tax credits in five months.

Wage Inequality Increased in Most U.S. Cities in the Last 40 Years, But the Increase in the Twin Cities Has Been Relatively Mild

These days, the sectors with some of the highest earners in the U.S. are tech and finance. Minneapolis-St. Paul doesn’t have as much tech or finance — particularly tech investing and finance — compared to the country’s biggest cities.

Minnesota’s State Unemployment Rate Grew in November

Though more than 6,000 jobs were added in Minnesota in November, the state’s unemployment rate inched up a tenth of a percent from October to November, according to data from the state.

Four Minnesota Businesses to Receive State Money for Job Creation

To obtain the money, the companies first need to meet certain hiring goals and capital investment requirements.

Minnesota Unemployment Rate Held Steady in October

After two months of declines, the state’s unemployment rate remained flat at 3.2 percent in October.

The Fine Print: In Jobs We Trust?

From August 2018 to August 2019, the state of Minnesota added 11,812 jobs. But the job growth is largely dominated by two main categories: leisure and hospitality, and construction. Year over year, many other categories are losing ground.

Mike Christenson to Lead Business Program at Augsburg University

With an extensive portfolio of workforce and business development experience, Christenson will direct the Urban Investors program.

Minnesota Unemployment Rate Drops for Second Straight Month

Amid a continued labor shortage, the state’s unemployment rate fell a tenth of a percent from August to September.

Visit Saint Paul Presents Tourism Awards

The organization honored events and people contributing to tourism in the city over the past year.

Minnesota Unemployment Falls in August

As unemployment fell to 3.3 percent last month, the state added 1,100 jobs, according to seasonally adjusted figures from the state’s jobs agency.

Signs Point to National Recession. What Might That Mean for Minnesota?

In general, Minnesota is poised to weather recessions better than some states, experts say.

Summer Tourism in Minnesota Proved Strong in 2019

Based on 300 responses to a survey conducted by state tourism agency Explore Minnesota, a majority of lodging businesses saw revenue gains this summer.

Minnesota’s Minimum Wage Will Increase in January

To keep pace with inflation, large employers’ minimum wage rate will increase to $10 an hour, while small employers’ rate will move to $8.15.

Recruiting the Post-Millennial Set

Generation Z has begun entering the workforce. How can companies bring them on board, and keep them?

Minnesota Unemployment Rate Grew in July

The news marks the first decline after four months of continuous job gains, according to the state’s jobs agency.

Neela Mollgaard Chosen to Lead New State Economic Development Initiative

Mollgaard, who recently founded nonprofit Red Wing Ignite, will serve as executive director for Launch Minnesota, a program created by lawmakers and DEED officials.

RecruitMilitary to Host Vets Job Fair at TCF Bank Stadium

The event is geared toward both vets and their spouses.

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