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Instructor Tom Bauras, left in black shirt, works with students including Alex Thompson, center, while simulating a cross haul during safety training at the new Northwest Renewable Energy Institute campus in Vancouver on Dec. 20. The business built a new facility on Fruit Valley Road that teaches students how to work on wind turbines.

Northwest Renewable Energy Institute’s new campus has training structure that simulates working on wind turbines

Instructor Tom Bauras, left in black shirt, works with students including Alex Thompson, center, while simulating a cross haul during safety training at the new Northwest Renewable Energy Institute campus in Vancouver on Dec. 20. The business built a new facility on Fruit Valley Road that teaches students how to work on wind turbines.

December 26, 2023, 6:08am Business

Northwest Renewable Energy Institute opened a second campus earlier this year on Fruit Valley Road in Vancouver with a new 20-foot indoor tower that simulates the experience of working on a wind turbine. Read story

Shoppers browse the shelves at the grand opening of the downtown Vancouver New Seasons. Clark County employers added 1,200 jobs in October, with the latest labor report showing year-over-year growth in virtually every sector of the economy.

Clark County employers add 1,200 jobs in October

Shoppers browse the shelves at the grand opening of the downtown Vancouver New Seasons. Clark County employers added 1,200 jobs in October, with the latest labor report showing year-over-year growth in virtually every sector of the economy.

November 24, 2023, 6:05am Business

Clark County employers added 1,200 jobs in October, with the latest labor report showing year-over-year growth in virtually every sector of the economy. Read story

ZoomInfo, formerly DiscoverOrg, is based in Vancouver.

Clark County industries continue to add jobs

ZoomInfo, formerly DiscoverOrg, is based in Vancouver.

October 24, 2023, 5:17pm Business

Over the past 12 months, most Clark County industries have added jobs, according to the latest report for September. But not all. Corporate offices have seen a decline in numbers in the past year. Read story

Clark, Cowlitz counties get $800K grant to aid in opioid programs

October 12, 2023, 6:05am Clark County Health

Clark and Cowlitz counties have been awarded an $800,000 grant from the federal government to support employment and training for those affected by opioid use, addiction and overdose. Read story

‘We need people to go back to work,’ Vancouver recruiter says

September 9, 2023, 6:03am Business

The demand for workers is steady in many industries, and some claim that the early fall months are a good time to change careers. Read story

There are a number of offices in the region that are deep in the trenches of hiring. WorkSource is one of them. The publicly funded office helps job seekers find work and helps employers find employees.

Is there a ‘September Surge’ in hiring in Clark County?

There are a number of offices in the region that are deep in the trenches of hiring. WorkSource is one of them. The publicly funded office helps job seekers find work and helps employers find employees.

September 9, 2023, 6:02am Business

For several years, national and local publications have reported on a seemingly massive hiring trend — the September Surge. But whether such a surge in hiring happening right here, right now in Clark County is up for debate. Read story

An illustration shows a mixed-use complex with 46 apartments on the upper floors and retail on the ground floor being proposed for downtown Washougal at 1625 Main St. Rental and leasing in Clark County has seen strong growth. The sector has added more than 300 jobs since July 2022, according to the Washington Employment Security Department.

Labor report finds job growth in Clark County in rental, leasing; it’s up 9% since July ’22

An illustration shows a mixed-use complex with 46 apartments on the upper floors and retail on the ground floor being proposed for downtown Washougal at 1625 Main St. Rental and leasing in Clark County has seen strong growth. The sector has added more than 300 jobs since July 2022, according to the Washington Employment Security Department.

August 30, 2023, 6:07am Business

As job growth continued upward in July, some industries have seen especially high growth in the past year. Read story

A Clark County Public Works employee help with clean-up after a tree crashed into a fence during a windstorm in January.

Clark County projects it will add 73,500 jobs from 2025-2045

A Clark County Public Works employee help with clean-up after a tree crashed into a fence during a windstorm in January.

August 9, 2023, 7:38pm Business

Clark County is expected to add 73,500 jobs between 2025 and 2045, according to a new employment projection approved Tuesday by the Clark County Council. Read story

Cascade Park Community Library will host resource fair

August 8, 2023, 5:56am Business

WorkSource and FVRLibraries are hosting a Community Resources Fair at the Cascade Park Community Library from 4 to 7 p.m. Aug. 23. The event will provide connections and resources for those seeking assistance with finding employment, education, health care and more. Read story

Members of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra string section perform for students at Skyview High School in February 2022. Arts and concert programming is on the rebound locally, leading to more jobs being added in the sector.

Clark County continues to add jobs with arts and entertainment sector jumping by 15%

Members of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra string section perform for students at Skyview High School in February 2022. Arts and concert programming is on the rebound locally, leading to more jobs being added in the sector.

July 27, 2023, 1:42pm Business

As Clark County added 1,500 more jobs in June than it had in May, the area’s arts and entertainment sector saw a whopping 15 percent growth in employment compared with last year. Read story