Employment, Labor, HR resources

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Wednesday, February 01, 2006
RESOURCES:

 

www.BOLI.state.or.us Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries
www.olmis.org
Oregon Employment Department data on the economy and jobs
www.frbsf.org/
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
www.nber.org
National Bureau of Economic Research
http://econforum.uoregon.edu/
UO Index of Economic Indicators
www.bls.gov/
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
www.census.gov/
U.S. Census Bureau

HR
www.careerbuilder.com/
CareerBuilder.com
https://empportal.emp.state.or.us/
iMatch Skills, Worksource Oregon
www.nhrma.org/
Northwest Human Resource Management Association
www.americanstaffing.net/chapters/chapterdetails.cfm?chapterIndex=29
Oregon Staffing Association
www.pdxhr.org/
Portland Human Resource Management Association
www.shrm.org/
Society for Human Resource Management

 

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