MURRIETA, CA– Yesterday, February 13th 2018, over 400 job-seekers attended the City’s “Spring Into Action” job fair hosted at the Murrieta Innovation Center. Companies such as Pechanga, Wells Fargo, The Federal Bureau of Investigation, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, and more were in attendance seeking qualified individuals to join their teams. In total there were 37 organizations seeking to hire qualified employees in areas such as education, hospitality, medical, industrial, customer service, warehouse production, security,

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Coming to Murrieta April 12th will be the Community Career & Tech Expo: A Community Outreach Designed to Bridge Education, Healthcare, Business & Innovation. This event will be free and open to the public featuring presentations and booths in industries such as Information, Communications and Technology, Hospitality, Manufacturing/Engineering, and Medical Healthcare. If you are a business in one of these industries the City of Murrieta Economic Development, Chamber of Commerce and many other partners invite

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While Small Business Saturday was first sponsored by American Express and takes place on November 27th, we want to do something different. So instead of just Saturday, we want to extend Shop Small to spotlight local businesses and entrepreneurs in Murrieta all year round. Small Business Saturday was introduced a few years ago as a day to celebrate small businesses in communities all across the United States. It’s a part of a Shop Small concept

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Health services, construction,and hospitality sectors growing The unemployment rate in Murrieta is at its lowest in a decade according to a new report from the California Employment Development Department. New jobs in the hospitality, construction and health care industries are driving employment numbers up. The information in the report illustrates a bigger picture. California is charging towards full-employment and the City of Murrieta is reflecting this trend. The November 2017 non-seasonal adjusted jobless rate was

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5D women’s group founded by Susan Taylor uses a principle of 5 dimensions to support confidence and inner-strength amongst women entrepreneurs wanting to bring their ideas to fruition. Dharlene Fahl, owner of Red Poppy Press, and a Tea Specialist helps run the office in the Murrieta Innovation Center and has been one entrepreneur benefiting from 5D’s guidance in starting her own company soon to publish her own new series of books, with a children’s book