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FLEXIBLE: Patricia Steere, owner of Steere Engineering Inc., allows employees with young children to adjust their hours because of an increase in remote learning. Steele, herself, had the experience of balancing work with family needs. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

R.I.’s ‘she-cession’: Pandemic knocks many women out of workforce, and some...

After a three-month maternity leave, Jill Boni was eager to return to her job as director of Bright Start ­Academy, a Smithfield preschool. That never...

Study finds Providence No. 3 in U.S. for health care jobs

PROVIDENCE – A new study rates Providence as the third-best city in the nation for working in the health care industry. The Creative Capital scored...

Providence metro unemployment rate hits 18.2% in April

PROVIDENCE – The nonseasonally adjusted unemployment rate in the Providence-Warwick-Fall River metropolitan area in April was 18.2%, an increase from 3.3% one year prior,...
THE PROVIDENCE METRO unemployment rate rose to 4.9% in mid-March, prior to the shutdown on nonessential businesses in the area due to COVID-19. / PBN FILE PHOTO/CHRIS BERGENHEIM

Before COVID-19 shutdown, Providence metro unemployment rate rises to 4.9% in...

PROVIDENCE – The nonseasonally adjusted jobless rate in the Providence-Warwick-Fall River metropolitan area increased 0.9 percentage points year over year to 4.9% in March, ...
COMPENSATION COSTS in the Boston-Worcester-Providence consolidated statistical area increased 2.7% year over year in September. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/LUKE SHARRETT

Compensation costs in Boston-Worcester-Providence area increase 2.7% Y/Y in Sept.

PROVIDENCE – Total compensation for private-industry workers, including wages, salaries and employer costs for employee benefits, increased 2.7% year over year in September in...
IN DEMAND: In order to keep up with construction-worker demand, Gilbane Building Co. has raised the wage for new hires and hourly pay for summer interns. Pictured on a job site are Danielle Crafford, general superintendent, and Mitchell Sinnott, pipe fitter.

Growing projects, added industries seeking workers leave construction pool thin

Four months after the state’s voting public approved two statewide and eight local bond measures investing hundreds of millions of dollars into Rhode Island...
PROVIDENCE METRO AREA UNEMPLOYMENT in June declined 0.5 percentage points year over year to 3.8 percent on a non-seasonally adjusted basis. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/LUKE SHARRETT

Providence metro unemployment declines to 3.8% in June

PROVIDENCE – Unemployment in the Providence-Warwick-Fall River metropolitan area was 3.8 percent in June, a 0.5 percentage point drop from 4.3 percent in June...

How to make meetings more efficient

Have you ever left a meeting feeling equally or more confused than when it began? If so, you’re not alone. Consider the following statistics: • According...
CPI IN THE NORTHEAST region increased by 1.7 percent year over year in October. / COURTESY BLS

BLS: N.E. CPI increased 1.7% in Oct.

PROVIDENCE – The consumer price index for all items in the Northeast region increased 1.7 percent year over year in October, not seasonally adjusted,...
RHODE ISLAND HAD THE highest unemployment rate in New England in January, along with Connecticut.

R.I. had 2nd highest unemployment in N.E. in Nov.

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island had the second highest November seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in New England, according to data released by the U.S. Bureau...

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