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As strike against Asarco enters fourth month, workers remain determined

Workers brought their fight to the state Capitol on Monday, rallying to demand that lawmakers hold foreign companies accountable for their treatment of U.S. workers.

Help wanted, and wanted, and wanted: Census to hire 57,000 in Arizona

Most of the jobs in Arizona involve going door to door to interview people who have not filled out the census form.

The future automated workplace

How the "new industrial revolution" will affect jobs and education in Tucson and Pima County.

U.S. Census Bureau hiring across state for 2020 census

That includes more than 50,000 temporary positions in Arizona.

Arizona miners strike against Asarco

Strikers are calling for better pay and benefits.

Tucson nurses strike; Phoenix reporters vote to unionize

A look at the role of unions in Arizona.

Understanding workers’ rights in Arizona

What it means to be an at-will, right-to-work state.

Regents say funding proposal preps Arizona for tech-driven economy

The budget request would set Arizona up to compete successfully in a changing economic landscape, the board chair says.

PCC gets money to double its aviation tech program

The Arizona Legislature approved $15 million to expand the program, the first state money since cutting community college funding four years ago.

New Law Eases Requirements for Licensed Professionals Moving to Arizona

AP reporter Jonathan Cooper discusses the legislation with Arizona 360.

Arizona Unemployment Rate Stays at 5.1 Percent in February

The state's economy added 30,200 jobs since January.

Court: Arizona Lawmakers Can't Block Local Employee-Benefit Laws

The court upheld a ruling to toss a law that attempted to bar cities from enacting laws disliked by legislators.

TUSD Hopes to Attract Special Education Teachers at Job Fair

The district is looking for 91 total new teachers for the 2019-20 school year.

US Approves Work Rules for People on Arizona Medicaid

Adults considered "able bodied" must work or lose health care.

Shutdown Means No E-Verify for Arizona Hospitality Industry

The break in the system to verify someone can legally work in the U.S. comes at the start of the peak season.

Economic Forecast: Recession Possible by 2020

The event saw varying degrees of optimism regarding Tucson, the nation and the possibility for recession.

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