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Idaho Labor Hosting Teleperformance Job Fair Oct. 20 in Boise

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For Immediate Release: Oct. 15, 2021
Media Contact: Anthony DeVille, anthony.deville@labor.idaho.gov

Teleperformance USA will be recruiting workers at the Boise Idaho Department of Labor office, 317 W. Main St., on Oct. 20 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

The company is looking for customer service representatives and a social media content moderator. It currently has 39 job openings at its Boise facility.

Several positions allow people to work from home.

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Around Idaho: Economic Activity in September 2021

Information provided in these news updates is from professional sources, news releases, weekly and daily newspapers, television and other media.

Northern Idaho
North Central Idaho
Southwestern Idaho
South Central Idaho
Southeastern
Eastern Idaho

 

NORTHERN IDAHO – Benewah, Bonner, Boundary, Kootenai & Shoshone counties

Kootenai County

  • A large mixed-use project is planned for the 33-acre Landing at Post Falls development on the banks of the Spokane River. According to the Post Falls Urban Renewal Agency, at least three separate developers are planning to build on the site, which includes plans for at least 548 residential units and substantial office and commercial space. Source: Journal of Business
  • A public charter school, Elevate Academy North, is being developed in Post Falls with plans to open in time for the 2022-23 school year. The school will specialize in career technical skills and will initially serve around 310 students. Source: Journal of Business

Openings – Coeur d’Alene

  • GEICO Insurance
  • McCormick’s Flooring
  • Simply Being Bazaar
  • Golf Island

Post Falls

  • DNA Electric & Fabrication

Hayden

  • Kaffee Meister

Sam.Wolkenhauer@labor.idaho.gov, regional economist
Idaho Department of Labor
(208) 457-8789 ext. 4451

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Labor Expands its Service Delivery to Challis and Wieppe

NEWS RELEASE

For Immediate Release: Sept. 27, 2021
Media Contact: Georgia Smith, Georgia.Smith@labor.idaho.gov or Kellye Sharp, Kellye.Sharp@labor.idaho.gov

Salmon and Orofino transition to remote locations

Challis and Wieppe are the two newest communities to be added to the Idaho Department of Labor’s roster of remote service delivery locations, effective Oct. 4.

The two new locations will increase the number of rural Idaho communities receiving direct access to the department’s employment services to 50.

Labor’s Orofino and Salmon offices will also transition to remote service delivery sites and will close Sept. 27. The mobile services locations open Oct. 4.

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Employer Online Seminar Sept. 29 Focuses on Idaho Labor Laws

NEWS RELEASE

For Immediate Release: Sept. 22, 2021
Media Contact: Kandi Rudd, kandi.rudd@labor.idaho.gov

Southeastern Idaho employers are invited to attend a Zoom seminar Sept. 29 focusing on Idaho labor laws and how they protect workers and employers. The seminar runs from 9-10 a.m.

Artie Holmes, state program supervisor for Idaho Labor’s wage & hour division, will lead the discussion, covering minimum wage, overtime, child labor, wage payment and more.

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Idaho’s Unemployment Rate Drops to 2.9% for August

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For Immediate Release: Sept. 17, 2021
Media Contact: Craig Shaul, Craig.Shaul@labor.idaho.gov or Karen Jarboe Singletary, Karen.JarboeSingletary@labor.idaho.gov

Idaho’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate decreased by one-tenth of a percent from July to 2.9%.

August was the first time Idaho’s unemployment rate dropped below 3% since March of 2020. The state’s previous streak of unemployment rates under 3% lasted for 26 months – from February 2018 to March 2020.

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Boise Multi-Employer Job Fair Set for Sept. 22

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For Immediate Release: Sept. 15, 2021
Media Contact: Joe Goitiandia, joe.goitiandia@labor.idaho.gov

Idaho Labor is hosting a multi-employer job fair Sept. 22, from noon to 4 p.m., at The Grove Hotel, 245 So. Capitol Blvd., in Boise.

Job seekers can meet with up to 40 employers in one location representing a variety of industries offering jobs – some remote – for roles in customer service, retail sales, hospitality and health care. Jobs include direct support professionals, route drivers, and packaging and warehouse workers.

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60+ Employers Participating in Caldwell Hiring Event Sept. 15

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For Immediate Release: Sept. 9, 2021
Media Contact: Robert Vetter, Robert.Vetter@labor.idaho.gov

More than 60 Idaho employers with a variety of jobs to fill are participating in an outdoor hiring event in Caldwell on Wednesday, Sept. 15.

The three-hour event starts at 4 to 7 p.m. at the Idaho Department of Labor office in Caldwell at 4514 Thomas Jefferson St.

Among employers attending are Franklin Sensors, Hansen-Rice Inc., Materne Go Go Squeeze, Idaho Transportation Department, CSB Craig Stein Beverage, Canyon West of Cascadia, ProPak, Sparklight, CHF Home Furnishings, State Veterans Home, Schwan’s Home Delivery and many more.

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State Hospital North Holding Hiring Event in Orofino Sept. 15

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For Immediate Release: Sept. 8, 2021
Media Contact: Diane Hairston, Diane.Hairston@labor.idaho.gov

The Idaho Department of Labor is hosting a hiring event in Orofino on Sept. 15 for State Hospital North. The event takes place from 9 a.m. to noon at the Idaho Labor office, 416 Johnson Ave.

SHN is expanding staff and has created new positions in a variety of occupations, including medical, financial, food service, clerical and maintenance. Job titles include maintenance craftsman senior, office services supervisor 2, health information specialist and dietary aide senior.

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Census 2020 Confirms Idaho Ranks Second Nationally in Population Growth

Idaho’s population grew 17.3% in the 10 years since the 2010 Census, which was the second-fastest rate nationally, to Utah’s first-place growth of 18.5%. During the decade, the state netted 271,524 new residents through natural increases and in-migration internationally and from other U.S. states. After Utah and Idaho, the top five growth states included Texas, North Dakota and Nevada.

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Census 2020 reports that among Idaho’s 200 cities and towns, 37 outpaced the state growth rates from 2010 to 2020. This data springboards off the Aug. 12, 2021, release of Census 2020 statistics and is commonly referred to as redistricting data.

It provides information necessary for the process of redrawing political boundaries, both statewide and locally, after each decennial census. The largest numerical increases were in and around the capital city of Boise and the surrounding Treasure Valley, contributing mightily to the headline-grabbing growth.

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Around Idaho: Economic Activity in August 2021

Information provided in these news updates is from professional sources, news releases, weekly and daily newspapers, television and other media.

Northern Idaho
North Central Idaho
Southwestern Idaho
South Central Idaho
Southeastern
Eastern Idaho

 

NORTHERN IDAHO – Benewah, Bonner, Boundary, Kootenai & Shoshone counties

Kootenai County

  • Fire restrictions across northern Idaho were rescinded on Aug. 27 after cooler weather and moisture abated the summer fire danger. The Coeur d’Alene Dispatch Zone, which includes all five northern counties, announced the end of fire restrictions and lowered the fire danger rating from extreme levels, easing restrictions on recreationists. Source: Coeur d’Alene Press
  • Amid rising COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, institutions are reinstating public health measures. North Idaho College renewed its mandatory masking policy, while Kootenai Health announced changes to its visitation policy amid rising COVID hospitalizations. Source: KHQ News

Openings

Coeur d’Alene

  • CDA Auto Body Supply
  • Mending Muscles Massage
  • Two Lakes Inn
  • Sand Trap Indoor Golf
  • Inland Café & Tea
  • Nspire Tours
  • Axes and Arrows
  • Jitterz Espresso
  • UGM Thrift Store
  • Oxyfresh

Post Falls

  • Invisible Fence
  • Splash Rentals
  • Bruchi’s Eatery

More

  • Dairy Queen in Hayden
  • Vogel Massage in Dalton

Sam.Wolkenhauer@labor.idaho.gov, regional economist
Idaho Department of Labor
(208) 457-8789 ext. 4451

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