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More Government Jobs Are Being Made Available to Applicants

After a year of dealing with personnel shortage, the state and federal governments finally started recruiting new employees and filling key positions near the end of 2017. The big recruitment set the tone for job markets across the country, including the job market here in Louisville. Some government jobs are more popular than the others. In Louisville in particular, certain positions offer better rewards and more opportunities. Experts believe that 2018 will be an interesting year for those seeking careers in federal and state governments as more jobs are being made available to applicants. Administrative Jobs Available The majority of…

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New LouisvilleKY ECHO Mobile unveiled

LouisvilleKY., – Mayor Greg Fischer, Councilwomen Vicki Welch and Cindi Fowler and other local officials joined staff from Louisville Parks and Recreation and Wilderness Louisville on Saturday, October 21 to unveil the newest addition to Jefferson Memorial Forest and the Louisville Parks and Recreation’s Natural Areas Division’s “Louisville is Engaging Children in Outdoors” (“ECHO”) Program. The “ECHO Mobile” will take the ECHO Program on the road, allowing programming once held solely at Jefferson Memorial Forest to be available in neighborhoods throughout Louisville. “In the past, we’ve been fortunate to be able to bring kids from nature poor areas in Louisville…