Bill Young, CBS 17

Bill Young

CBS 17

Raleigh, NC, United States

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Past articles by Bill:

What 3 tech companies in NC have the most job openings?

The ones most in need are a crucial part of the monthly jobs report from the NC Tech Association. → Read More

Job Alert: Top Reasons to stay at your job

A new report found three things at the top of the list when it come to leaving, or staying, at a job and experiencing burnout. → Read More

Job Alert: Career Accelerator Summer Program

Wake County School students have an opportunity to get a jump start on their careers. → Read More

Job Alert: Vacancies piling up across NC

Job openings are piling up statewide, and there are not enough workers to fill all the openings. → Read More

Raleigh Magazine: Belly laughs and brunch

Just in time for Mother’s Day, Raleigh Magazine names the best brunch spots in Raleigh. → Read More

Job Alert: North Carolina Department of Transportation

North Carolina’s population is growing and that means more workers are needed to keep the state moving. → Read More

CBS 17 Job Alert – Alligator conservation intern

The position involves travel to assist with recapture and nest surveys and, from the posting, “trapping, capturing, handling, and collecting alligators of all sizes.” → Read More

New food concept coming to Raleigh

A new food concept is taking over a prime Raleigh real estate location that has long been under used. → Read More

CBS 17 Job Alert – Home Depot hiring 700+ in the Triangle

Home Depot needs more than 700 additional workers in the Triangle area alone. → Read More

CBS 17 Job Alert – Disabled American Veterans & Recruit Military

Monday’s Job Alert continues our mission of helping members of the military: veterans and those transitioning between the two. → Read More

Raleigh Magazine shows off the food at Cary’s new Fenton development

Notable noodles dominate the cover of the March issue of Raleigh Magazine. → Read More

Sheetz hiring 3,500 across the country; pay starts at $15.50/hour

Sheetz is often ranked by Forbes Magazine as one of the best 100 companies to work for. → Read More

Durham 911 call center holding public comment session on re-accreditation Monday afternoon

In order to achieve re-accreditation, the Center must comply with 207 standards in order to maintain its accredited status, officials said. → Read More

Google, AARP team up to help those 50+ with tech skills needed to compete in today’s workforce

This program is being offered here in North Carolina and starts in March with three goals – help people find jobs, change careers, or become entrepreneurs. → Read More

Founder of program for Black women in business discusses importance of mentorship

Ariane Hunter has made it her mission to not only help people launch their careers, but also provide them with mentorship as they venture into a new chapter of life. → Read More

Looking for a side hustle? Raleigh is the 3rd best city in the country

The study found it was high-income earners who were more likely to have a side hustle, as many as 5 percent of people earning more than $100,000 make extra cash. This is much more common than low-income earners. → Read More

CBS 17 Job Alert – Epic Games and Liquid Death are hiring

Today's Job Alert is all about the fun and - well - kinda freaky. → Read More

CBS 17 Job Alert – First responders needed in Moore County

Today's Job Alert focuses on the need for first responders - particularly in one part of central North Carolina. → Read More

CBS 17 Job Alert – Social workers needed

In today’s Job Alert I am looking at a career field where an estimated 79,000 new workers are needed each year until 2030 – social work. → Read More

A waterfront in Raleigh? The latest issue of Raleigh Magazine has the details

The words "Raleigh" and "Waterfront" have never gone together, but the city has a plan to make it happen. → Read More