Entry-Level Healthcare Jobs in St. Louis

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in the healthcare sector are expected to grow by 2026, creating approximately 2.4 million jobs throughout the United States. With 54% of regional healthcare employers increasing employment opportunities in the next year, there is a demonstrated need for passionate candidates to fill entry-level healthcare jobs in St. Louis. As … Read moreEntry-Level Healthcare Jobs in St. Louis

Celebrate Career & Technical Education Month 2020

Tradesworker using a tool while constructing a building during CTE Month.

Did you know February is Career and Technical Education Month®? Both students and those looking to change careers can benefit from CTE Month® by learning about skilled labor training and apprenticeship programs. Need help navigating? STL.works is here to help you find the path for you. What is CTE Month? Organized by the Association for Career … Read moreCelebrate Career & Technical Education Month 2020

Entry-Level Tech Jobs in St. Louis

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in the technology sector are expected to grow 13% by 2026, a rate faster than any other career path. With 17% more jobs than there are candidates to fill them, the St. Louis tech industry is actively searching for talented problem-solvers that can learn on the job. Sound … Read moreEntry-Level Tech Jobs in St. Louis

Skilled Labor: An Alternative to Four-Year College?

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Four-year college may no longer be the only option for a successful career according to Forbes magazine. Based on findings from a new study by Third Way, a Washington D.C.-based think tank, not all four-year college students will earn a higher salary than the average high school graduate. According to the study, students from half of U.S. … Read moreSkilled Labor: An Alternative to Four-Year College?

Which Industries Need Skilled Labor?

St. Louis is a hub for high impact jobs that do not require a four-year degree. No matter what inspires you, STL.works can help you identify a fulfilling and exciting career path suited to your interests. Here are the industries that are actively recruiting and looking to hire talented workers like you. Healthcare Does helping … Read moreWhich Industries Need Skilled Labor?

What is STL.works?

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The fastest-growing industries in St. Louis — healthcare, trades, manufacturing, and technology — are looking for curious and industrious self-starters who want to forge their own path. If you’re ready to hone your craft, STL.works helps people like you identify their passions and connect to jobs they care about. Working with the best names in … Read moreWhat is STL.works?

Top 10 Hospital Professions With the Highest Employee Vacancy

Missouri Hospital Association St. Louis hospital survey.

Hospitals aren’t as much bricks-and-mortar institutions as they are organizations of highly skilled and professionally-diverse workers that serve within. The Missouri Hospital Association’s 2019 St. Louis profile summarizes the findings from 32 Missouri hospitals and six Illinois hospitals in the St. Louis area listing hospital professions with the highest employee vacancy, hospital professions with the highest employee turnover, and highlights for eight in-demand job titles.