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She previously served as the director of apprenticeship for the Labor and Industrial Division in the New Mexico Department of Labor.
The New Mexico Department of Labor reports that job creation in Santa Fe has reached a four-year low and is lagging behind the rest of the state.
Some of the plan's go include: * Providing services to the elementary and middle schools by designing an infrastructure program to implement a LAN/WAN network in those schools * Collaborating with New Mexico Technet to provide local area access to the National Supercomputing Challenge * Providing special interest programs at the Telecommunity Center that attract children Posting New Mexico Department of Labor Service Center jobs on-line.
The New Mexico Department of Labor will receive a $150,000 grant to help the state assess its current health workforce and examine current resources, policies and practices and identify ways to remove barriers at state and local levels.
TCS) and the New Mexico Department of Labor today announced their plans to complete the state's Unemployment Insurance Benefits System (UI).
Some of the laborers are the men who gather daily at the park sandwiched between the New Mexico Department of Labor and the Santa Fe River, hoping for a day job landscaping or building.
Agriculture workers: $24,904 Cashiers: $21, 327 Construction laborers: $24,598 Wait staff: $17,865 Per-capita income in the county based on most current business survey, 2007: $42,184 Sources: The New Mexico Labor Analysis Statistics and Economic Research, New Mexico Department of Labor LABOR DAY FORUM Somos Un Pueblo Unido is sponsoring an immigrant workers' rights forum from 6 to 8 p.