STUDY: Mo. State Workers Are Lowest-Paid in NationCurrently, an engineer with 10 years experience makes just $2,000 more than a new hire.
Lindbergh School Teachers Vote to 'Work to Contract'After a summer of negotiations between teachers and board officials in the Lindbergh School District, they failed to resolve their differences in time for the start of the school year.
New Study Shows State Employees Are Paid Below Market RateThe study found that benefits offered by the state are above market, but state employees remain 4.6 percent below market.
Poll Shows Americans Struggle With Retirement and SavingsThe poll sheds light on American's shaky finances despite the economic recovery.
Veteran STL Co. Police Officers Want Equitable Pay ScaleThe St. Louis County Police Officers Association is calling for a new pay scale, so that veteran officers make more than rookies.
Wildwood, East St. Louis On Opposite Ends of Small Town RankingsWallet hub, the personal finance website, put together the rankings based on 22 factors to find the best and worst small cities in the U.S.
Earn $42K Annually For Picking Up The TrashThe National Waste and Recycling Association says they need new drivers, mechanics and welders to come on board right away
Missouri Makes Pinkel Latest $4 Million Coach In SECMissouri has extended football coach Gary Pinkel's contract through the 2019 season and upped his yearly salary to $4.02 million, making him the 10th Southeastern Conference coach to have a yearly salary of at least $4 million.
3 Missouri School Districts Considering 4-Day WeekAt least three southwest Missouri school districts are considering switching to four-day weeks to save money, improve student engagement and retrain teachers.
Report: More Illinois State Workers Making Over $100,00010 percent of Illinois government employees made more than $100,000 in 2013 up 1,600 from a year earlier.
Illinois Gov Tries to Stop Lawmakers Pay Until Pension Crisis is FixedGov. Pat Quinn said he would use his line-item veto power in a budget bill that's on his desk, also vowing to not accept a salary himself until a compromise has been agreed.
St. Louis a Rising Tech City According to Dice.com Tech openings posted by St. Louis-based companies, like Anheuser-Busch and IBM are up 25-percent over the past year.