Oklahoma City is ranked ninth in places to start employment after graduation.
The area’s CareerTechs are ready to help you pivot into a new career. Yes, we’re tired of that word, too, but really you should check out what they’re doing. Read all about it.
Tinker's new construction project is the single-largest build since the 1940s.
The free OCSP at Work program offers financial security for employees and a benefit opportunity for employers.
The Curbside Chronicle, a program of the Homeless Alliance, will open a full-service flower shop Curbside Flowers at 522 N. Classen Blvd. this August. The building will also house a classroom for Sasquatch Shaved Ice. An apparel program will join the other entities in the near future.
WalletHub compared a total of 116 of the most populated cities to determine where the hardest-working Americans live.
The Chamber has completed its fifth membership survey amidst COVID-19 economic struggles.
A number of companies are still hiring during the coronavirus crisis.