Training & Development

Book Launch: Vibrant Communities don’t just happen; they’re built.

Every community wants to become a great place to live and work. The why is no mystery: We want to create a place our children and grandchildren will want to be. We also know the what: We need to attract investments, provide good jobs, and create lively downtowns where citizens will want to work, live, shop, and play. What’s usually missing is the how. Read full story


How UWF degrees match up in popularity, pay

Picking a major? Check out this break down of which programs may quickly propel you toward a full-time position and higher salary. Read full story


Redevelopment needed to fight urban sprawl

When it comes to urban sprawl, the Pensacola area has been hampered by new housing being located farther away from the employment centers of the community, says UWF's Phyllis Pooley in her latest column. Read full story


Sacred Heart continues building expansion

Sacred Heart Health System is investing $13 million in two new outpatient medical centers that will create 50 new permanent jobs near Perdido Bay and Tiger Point in south Santa Rosa County. Read full story


Chef Gus Silivos brings Skopelos downtown

As Gus Silivos revives Skopelos in downtown Pensacola, he shares lessons learned from a lifetime of entrepreneurship. Read full story


PSC hosts info on health care career programs

Pensacola State College will host a series of free information sessions about the training programs it features in the health care industry. Read full story

Training & Development

Do you freeze in a job interview?

Want to brush up your job interviewing skills? Check out this event on Feb 18 Pensacola State College’s Milton campus. Read full story


Baptist Health Care’s expansion fever

One of Pensacola's largest employers has three projects in the works to grow their service footprint, expand access to care

Baptist Health Care, one of Pensacola's largest employers, has three projects in the works to grow their service footprint and expand access to care Read full story


Job growth looks good for 2016

Navy Federal Credit Union will account for about half the annual job growth, making the outlook good for 2016, says Dr. Rick Harper in his WUWF economic report. Read full story


The aviation MSA

The Crestview-Fort Walton Beach-Destin MSA is ranked 10th nationally in the concentration of aerospace engineers, but it brings a lot more to the table in aviation jobs. Read full story


Heeding Tim Cook on the importance of vocational education

Apple CEO Tim Cook's comments on "60 Minutes" reinforce the importance of Pensacola's West Florida High School — and of duplicating its success. Read full story


Good job news came to Pensacola in November

Pensacola added 3,300 jobs in November compared to 2014, outpacing other metro areas in Florida, state data reveals. Read full story