For years, Alan Goodman worked in corporate, but making dessert for a gathering with friends encouraged him to take a chance on himself.
Nonprofit organizations and jobs centers want to help you find a job. Check out this list of places that offer career readiness training, résumé assistance, interview prep and more.
For over 30 years, WRTP BIG STEP has made its mission to bring diversity to the construction and manufacturing fields.
Here are some programs to help you develop financial literacy skills.
Following the lead of presidential candidate Andrew Yang, cities in Wisconsin and elsewhere are providing residents a basic income. Will the trend grow?
Thousands of residents in Wisconsin — many of them people of color — would see a higher standard of living if politicians raised the long-stalled minimum wage.
Young adults in search of employment can find a list of available job opportunities here. The agencies range from the Earn & Learn program to the Wisconsin State Fair.
Are you looking for a job in the Milwaukee area? Here are some opportunities.
Organizers hope to invigorate the business corridor along South 13th Street, increase safety and better connect residents and amenities in the surrounding neighborhoods.
The Milwaukee Urban League’s mission is to help African Americans achieve economic equity. As part of that effort, the organization recently launched the L*A*S*T* Mile program, which provides clients with transportation to employment sites.