Durham, North Carolina - The job market is luring more physician assistants, or PAs, to jobs in specialty care rather than primary care practices such as family medicine and general pediatrics, according to new research from Duke Health.

Washington, DC - For the first time this century, the number of psychology internships was greater than the number of graduate students who applied for them, an indication that the American Psychological Association’s $3 million stimulus to help alleviate this imbalance is working.

Millington, Tennessee - Navy Recruiting Command (NRC) is conducting the next installment of its Ask Me Anything (AMA) session over Facebook.

Washington, DC - After the worst economic crisis of our lifetimes, the United States is in the midst of the longest streak of private-sector job growth in our history, with more than 14 million new jobs created during the past 70 months. But for too many young people, getting a first job—a crucial step in starting their career—is challenging. One of the main criteria employers screen for in the hiring process is work experience.

Washington, DC - The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) yesterday announced a joint agreement with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation to increase employment opportunities in the agricultural sector for military veterans and their spouses.

Washington, DC - Yesterday, was a big day for the solar industry. The Solar Foundation released the 2015 National Solar Jobs Census and announced that the solar industry now employs over 208,000 Americans and has grown 123% since 2010.