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88,967 Hidden Jobs Revealed
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The Hidden Job Report gives advance notification of employment opportunities before a job description can be written. We do this by sharing major hiring announcements that take place predominantly in the United States, but also all over the world. On the pages that follow, you will read blurbs from press releases and news articles. At the beginning of each notification is the location of where the jobs will be, the company that is doing the hiring and how many positions they are hiring for. At the end of each snippet is a web link where someone can go for more details. As these opportunities are based on future projections, the actual job count may vary slightly. It is suggested that job seekers do all of the following: (a) Send a resume into the company doing the hiring via their Careers page. (b) Research social networks (like Linkedin) to connect with recruiters inside of the company and get on their radar now. Who knows? They may be able to save money by not posting a certain job and hiring you directly. (c) Network with employees inside of the company that is hiring. Why? Chances are a company has an employee referral program. If you can convince an employee of your credentials and you get hired, then they get paid. If you are not hired, that employee loses nothing. (wink)
Your hidden job search begins here:
UK | Price Waterhouse Coopers: 800 Jobs Pricewaterhouse Coopers UK (PwC) has announced the creation of 800 new jobs, including some in IT. ...
CHINA | Google: 24 Jobs Google is hiring dozens of marketing and technical employees in China to defend a shrinking market share against local rivals after closing its Chinese search engine six months ago this Wednesday in a dispute over censorship. …
USA | Dun & Bradstreet: 50 Jobs (USA) Some 50 new jobs are to be created by Dun & Bradstreet (D&B), the company has announced. In February, the IT firm had announced that 100 new positions would be advertised over the year, but its announcement today (October 4th) will bring the total jobs generated by the company to 150 by the end of December. …
MEXICO | Grupo Mexicana: 500 Jobs Mexico's Communications and Transportation Department has awarded Grupo Mexicana a concession to operate a new domestic airline. The department and Grupo Mexicana say in a joint statement that the new airline will start operations on March 15 and be called Mexicana Inter. It will start with a fleet of 13 Bombardier CRJ200 planes with a 50-passenger capacity each. Grupo Mexicana director Manuel Borja said Wednesday the company invested $7 million to launch the new airline, which he said will create 500 new jobs. …
USA | Winbro Group Technologies: 25 Jobs (SC) A company that manufactures parts for engines and gas turbines used in aeronautics and other industries is bringing 25 new, highly-skilled jobs to York County and hopes to add 100 more in the future. …
USA | Computer Programs and Systems, Inc: 100 Jobs (LA) Computer Programs and Systems, Inc., which serves health care facilities and professionals, brings a call center to Monroe that will create 100 new jobs over the next three years. …
UK | Bestway: 60 Jobs CASH and carry group Bestway will create 60 new jobs when it opens a new store this Friday in a £7m development in Aintree. The Heysham Road site will be the 33rd branch for the UK’s largest independent wholesaler, which has had a presence in Liverpool since 1994. …
UK | EADS: 600 Jobs Airbus parent EADS landed its second big government order in as many months...Payment for the project will start when the first plane is delivered. Ann Taylor, the defense minister responsible for procurement, added that the project will create 600 new jobs.
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GLOBAL | European Union: 80,000 Jobs By this time next year, passengers might by able to fly British Airways between Philadelphia and Madrid or on German carrier Lufthansa between London and Chicago. That's comes after European Union officials "agreed today to scrap most restrictions on transatlantic flights, holding out the prospect of cheaper fares and a bigger choice of airlines for passengers flying between the USA and Europe," USA TODAY reports...The European Commission estimates the deal will save passengers $15.9 billion in savings thanks to increased competition. It also estimates that the demand, likely to be spurred from the relaxed rules, will create 80,000 new jobs. … Source: http://usat.ly/csiVO6 USA | PreCheck, Inc: 250 Jobs (NM) A Houston firm that does credential and background checks for health care providers will be moving its corporate operations headquarters to Alamogordo. Gov. Bill Richardson made the announcement Thursday, saying PreCheck Inc.'s relocation is expected to create more than 250 jobs over the next couple of years. The company already has a backup operations center in Alamogordo that employs more than 40 people. …
USA | Station Casinos: 160 Jobs (NV) There is some good news for Valley residents looking for work. Station Casinos is hiring for more than 160 new guest services positions throughout its 10 properties, including more than 40 management jobs. …
USA | Electronic Recyclers International: 100 Jobs (CA) Electronic Recyclers International, which bills itself as one of the nation’s largest recyclers of electronic waste, says it will hire 100 new employees in the next 100 days to help it meet its expansion plans. …
USA | Nagarro: 2,000 Jobs (CA) Nagarro, Inc., a high-end software development firm for complex markets, today announced that it plans to hire up to 2,000 new employees over the next three years. Nagarro, which has continually increased its headcount year over year, including throughout the recent recession, predicts a rise in staffing levels based on the growing demand for its outsourced software development services. …
USA | Toyota: 2,000 Jobs (MS) Toyota will restart the delayed construction of its Mississippi plant, which will provide 2,000 jobs and be up and running by the fall of next year (2011), the Japanese automaker said Thursday. …
USA | Convergys: 250 Jobs
(KY) The company is hiring a total of 150 permanent full and part-time employees to provide technical support for a client in the entertainment industry. In addition, Convergys will hire another 100 full and parttime seasonal employees to provide customer service support for a health care industry client. …
USA | Tyson: 165 Jobs (NC) Tyson Foods Inc. announced on Wednesday it is expanding its poultry complex in Wilkesboro and will add 165 new jobs, according to a press release from the company. The job additions means Tyson will now employ over 2,500 people in Wilkes County. …
USA | Comforce: 175 Jobs (FL) Canadian-based Conforce International Inc., a manufacturer of composite flooring systems for the transportation industry, plans to locate an Indiana plant in Peru and create up to 175 jobs by 2013. The company said on Wednesday that it also plans to invest more than $13.8 million to purchase and equip the 155,000-square-foot facility, which would be the company’s first location in the United States. Peru is in Miami County and north of Kokomo. Conforce plans to begin hiring employees and supervisors in the first quarter of 2011. …
USA | Optimo: 30 Jobs (PA) A Bloomsburg-based information technology company will expand its operations into downtown Wilkes-Barre and create 30 high-paying jobs. OPTiMO Information Technology will open an office in more than 5,000 square feet of space on the third floor of the Innovation Center on South Main Street, marking the 16th tenant in the building. Jobs will pay $60,000 to $80,000 a year, said OPTiMO CEO Mike Miguelez. …
USA | Intel: 1,000 Jobs (AZ) Intel announced Tuesday that is investing up to $8 billion in microchip manufacturing plants that could create up to 1,000 permanent high-tech jobs in Arizona and Oregon. …
USA | General Electric: 500 Jobs (KY) General Electric continued to reinvent its appliance business Monday, announcing a plan to invest about $430 million to build energyefficient refrigerators at Louisville's Appliance Park and three other U.S. plants. The plan will create 300 jobs at Appliance Park by 2014. It also guarantees the survival of a refrigerator plant in Bloomington, Ind., adding 200 jobs there. And the investment saves more than 1,000 jobs at plants in Selmer, Tenn., and Decatur, Ala. …
USA | Saertex: 178 Jobs (NC) Governor Bev Perdue today announced that SAERTEX USA LLC, a manufacturer of technical fabrics for lightweight composite structures for the green energy sector, will expand its current facility in Mecklenburg County. The company plans to create 178 jobs and invest $6.5 million over the next three years in Huntersville. The project was made possible in part by a $110,000 grant from the One North Carolina Fund. …
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gives you advanced notification of employment opportunities before a job description can be written. We do this by sharing the announcement of major hiring announcements that take place predominantly in the United States, but also all over the world. The Hidden Job Report is written and edited by Jim Stroud and Otis Collier. www.hiddenjobreport.com
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U.S. Solar Jobs: 93,000 And Growing Fast
Some 93,000 people were employed in the solar industry in the United States as of August, according to a count by the Solar Foundation, a nonprofit education and research organization. And, remarkably, given the plodding national economy, solar employers expect to boost that number by 24,000 in the next year alone – a staggering 26 percent increase. What’s making the difference? According to U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, the government’s focus on solar power has a lot to do with it. “Among other things, this study shows that investments made through the Recovery Act — including the $2.3 billion in tax credits to U.S. based clean energy manufacturing — are already generating positive results,” Solis said in a Solar Foundation press release.
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