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In this report: 8,680 Hidden Jobs revealed (6.325 Hidden Jobs in U.S.A. / 2,355 Hidden International Jobs ) If a company announces that they are planning to hire hundreds of people, why wait for the roles to hit the want-ads? Why not network with people in the company that are hiring enmasse now?

HIDDEN USA JOBS 370 Jobs for USA Evernote, a application that lets users save snippets of web pages and notes from a wide range of devices, now has 9 million registered users and 3.2 million active users monthly, most of them using the free version. The company is on a tear, adding 28,000 new registered users daily and plans to grow from 69 employees to 370 in the next three years. | Source: 50 Jobs for SD Art’s Way Manufacturing Co. said Friday that it will move its top and bottom drive auger production from Salem, S.D., to its newest facility in West Union, Ia. The move will create about 50 jobs at the 200,000-square-foot facility, which Arts Way bought last year. Arts Way Chairman J. Ward McDonnell said the move “will help us consolidate our material movement and allow us to ramp up staffing with the skilled work force in the West Union area.” Arts Way is based in Armstrong, Ia., and is a maker of farm equipment and machinery. | Source: 4,000 Jobs for SC Retail giant Wal-mart led a group of small businesses in the fight against tax collection breaks for Amazon. Now, some are wondering if those same businesses could be hurt by a Wal-Mart expansion…Last week, Haley criticized the amazon tax break proposal. She also noted retail jobs, like those at amazon, involve high turnover and lower pay. “retail by nature is not solid,” the governor said, adding that amazon is “not a Boeing, not a BMW.” But on Wednesday, Haley praised the 4,000 retail jobs Wal-Mart says

will be created here. Her spokesman says the difference is that Wal-Mart did not ask for or receive any incentives. | Source: 450 Jobs for MA TSYS on Wednesday announced it will open a new Canadian financial services support centre in Sudbury. The new centre will eventually employ as many as 450 people, and is scheduled to open for operation in July. TSYS is opening the center to provide bilingual (French and English) customer care servicing, in addition to risk and fraud support, dispute and chargeback servicing, collections, back-office work and a variety of other managed services for its Canadian client base. A managing director has already been hired for the centre, with general recruiting, hiring and training to begin immediately. | Source: 655 Jobs for NV Dermody Properties and United Construction will build western US internet fulfillment center for Philadelphia based Urban Outfitters, Inc. (Nasdaq: URBN) in Reno, Nev. The 462,720-square-foot Urban Outfitters facility, designed to be USGBC LEED Silver Certified, will be located at 12055 Moya Boulevard on 38.34 acres of developmentready land in the Dermody Properties Silver Lake Business Park. Urban Outfitters purchased the land from Dermody Properties for an undisclosed price. The Phase 1 building will have over 450,000 square feet of warehouse space, over 10,000 square feet of office space, automated material handling systems and a 24/7/365 data center. A future Phase 2 expansion will increase the facility to 895,360 square feet. Urban Outfitters’ expansion into northern Nevada and the new construction project is estimated to create a total of 655 jobs through direct and indirect job creation. | Source: http:// 50 Jobs for VA One of Nelson County’s award-winning breweries is planning to expand its production facilities next year, starting with an organic brewery and barrel house in Colleen near U.S. 29. Blue Mountain Brewery, of Afton, has chosen the Colleen Business Park as the site for its new 10,000-square-foot facility to produce 10 lines of the brewery’s beer. Steve Carter, the administrator for Nelson County, said the expansion will create at least 50 new jobs in Nelson. “The decision to locate in the Colleen Business Park is an exciting one for the company and for the county,” Carter said. | Source: jnJcNw

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250 Jobs for OK Sprint hopes to hire 250 people at its Oklahoma City Call Center, which handles technical support for customers across the country. Base pay for the jobs begins at $12.22, but employees can earn performance-based commissions, Sprint Spokeswoman Roni Singleton said. The Sprint call center in northwest Oklahoma City employs about 880 people, Singleton said. About 100 of the new hires are to fill vacant positions, with the rest to expand the staff, she said. “It’s just to kind of ramp up,” Singleton said. “We’re doing really well in the marketplace, and we’re trying to make sure we have the staff to handle customers.” | Source: 500 Jobs for NY First Niagara Financial Group says it will create 500 well-paying new jobs over the next five years in New York. The Buffalo-headquartered bank says Monday the new jobs will be located in western New York and across the rest of upstate. First Niagara is receiving $5.7 million in state tax credits from the Empire State Development Corp. The company’s been growing rapidly over the past two years, with the number of braches increasing from 170 to 346. Right now, it employs about 2,500 people. | Source :

HIDDEN INTERNATIONAL JOBS 125 Jobs for UK A Recycling firm says it will create 125 new jobs at a plant in Bristol which will convert unwanted plastic into diesel fuel. Sita, which is one of the country’s biggest recycling and waste treatment firms, already has planning permission for a massive treatment plant at Avonmouth. But yesterday the company announced it is applying for planning permission for a new plant which will have the capability to convert plastic containers such as yoghurt pots and food packaging into fuel…There will be a total 208 staff working at the site, with 83 relocating from the Bristol area and 125 brand new jobs created. The new facilities will be housed in an L-shaped building which will be approximately 25,000 square metres. There will also be parking spaces for 35 vehicles that will collect waste from businesses in the Bristol area. | Source: 180 Jobs for UK Student property developer Manor Property Group says its new Manchester project will create up to 180 permanent jobs in the city. The eight storey Manor Point development, which includes 676 student apartments, retail and office space at Coupland Street in Hulme, would also generate more than 300 construction and supplier jobs during the build phase. Manor Property Group, which is based in Leeds, has applied for full planning permission for the brownfield site, which it bought for £36m last year. The site, which has been vacant wasteland for a number of years, will cost £40m to develop. | Source: 300 Jobs for Ireland MORE THAN 300 new and part-time jobs are to be created in Dublin’s Dundrum Town Centre. The jobs will come with the arrival of a number of new companies in July and the expansion of others, and will bring the number of employees at the centre to almost 6,000. US clothing company Hollister, part of the fashion giant Abercrombie Fitch Corporation, will open its first shop in the Republic on July 15th. The shop caters primarily for teenagers aged 14 to 18 at prices lower than its parent brand. | Source: 250 Jobs for UK Bradford is to get a significant employment boost with plans by one of its leading businesses to create up to 250 new jobs in the city centre. Credit firm Provident Financial is to open a new call centre at its Thornton Road head office, where about 750 staff already work. Although the move is yet to be formally confirmed, it is likely that the call centre for Provident’s expanding Vanquis Bank credit card subsidiary will be establish-

-ed towards the end of this year, with staff being recruited over the next couple of years. | Source: 1,500 International Jobs MUMBAI: Infosys Technologies, India’s second-largest software exporter, plans to step up hiring in the US, China and other overseas markets as it seeks to check rising employee turnover and boost profit. “Our customers are global, so we want to create a global footprint” , SD Shibulal, chief operating officer, said in an interview on May 1. We really need to get talent in the Philippines, in China, in the Czech Republic and Brazil, said the 56-year-old executive, who was last week named to take over as the company’s chief executive officer from August 21. Infosys plans to hire as many as 1,500 workers in the US, its biggest market, in the year started in April and will more than double the workforce in China in 18 months by adding a new campus in Shanghai, Shibulal said. The Bangalore-based company is expanding overseas after earnings missed estimates for a third time in four quarters and employee attrition worsened. | Source: ...

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