This time last year, the Dundee Partnership unveiled its plan for making the city a better place to live and work across the next decade.
If you want to catch the eye of those recruiting for jobs at Twitter then the social platform has a challenge.
Robots, artificial intelligence and algorithms could create more jobs than they destroy, according to a report by the World Economic Forum.
A special recruitment information afternoon for anyone considering applying for one of the 40 new social security jobs in Dundee is to be held tomorrow.
A local water retailer is offering an apprenticeship for a young worker who can "earn while you learn".
Dundee continues to have a “healthy and effective” supply of land for housing and employment.
Having tattoos could give job candidates an advantage in competitive labour markets, according to new research.
The employment rate in Dundee has fallen over the past year, despite rising to record highs in the UK.
The number of Dundonians signing on for out-of-work benefits in the last 12 months has risen by almost 1,000.
Job seekers will be able to ask Google to find “jobs near me” as the company makes its first foray into the UK’s recruitment sector.
A scheme has been launched to help young people in Dundee and Tayside start work in retail.
Unemployment in Dundee must be tackled by breaking down gender stereotypes that stop jobless men taking on roles traditionally associated with females, says a business leader.
Dens Park could be set for a historic name change ahead of next season’s kick-off.
Staff at Dundee’s new national social security centre will be housed at the city’s council headquarters, it has been revealed.
Dundee’s hospitality sector is bringing a jobs boost to the city, as the billion-pound Waterfront redevelopment begins to take shape.
The UK Government has been accused of a “devastating betrayal” after nearly 500 HMRC staff in Dundee were told the planned transfer of their jobs to the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has been shelved.
Fair Start Scotland — a new employment support service — has been launched to provide unemployed people in Dundee, Angus and Perth and Kinross with access to personalised support to find sustainable work that is suited to them.
Dundee supermarket workers face an uncertain future after Asda announced it could be axing hundreds of jobs.
More than 60 Tayside police officers have second jobs or other business interests — including work in sport, construction and property — the Tele can reveal.
Redundancies in the banking and civil service sector could cause a spike in unemployment in Dundee next year, the city’s Job Centre boss has warned.