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The Bureau of Labor Statistics would categorize her under “management, professional, and related occupations," along with four in 10 U.S. workers. This category also includes teachers, dentists, CEOs and a wide range of other professions.
In Nashville, the school district has put a ban on online fundraising for classrooms.
Among all the buzz surrounding Amazon’s HQ2 announcement, the city of Nashville received a sort of consolation prize — a logistics hub with 5,000 high-paying jobs. Those watching Amazon’s ambitions in health care see potential for the hub to double…
The debate still carries on, even as some teams take more community concerns into account.
Nashville Mayor Megan Berry has proposed ending the inpatient unit of Nashville General Hospital and rethinking the city's role in caring for the uninsured.
A program called Growing Together encourages refugees living in Tennessee to get back into farming.
Copy cats are popping up, and chef Johnny Zone promotes them. "That means we're doing something right."
Restaurant owners in Nashville have a lot of competition these days, and that's good news for workers.
Gas stations in the Nashville region reported a 50 percent spike in customers last weekend.
Music tech start-ups welcomed to Nashville after little love elsewhere