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In this report: 5,179 Hidden Jobs revealed (3,729 Hidden Jobs in U.S.A. / 1,450 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 45 Jobs for NJ The Ottawa Carleton District School Board is creating 45 new positions next school year. Chief Financial Officer Michael Clarke is clarifying the numbers associated with $16 million in new funding for the 2011-2012 school year budget. The Public School Board said last week the budget created 90 new positions, but Clarke says only 45 positions are new. The other 45 positions are being reinstated by the board due to a better financial position. | Source: 124 Jobs NC Gov. Bev Perdue joined executives from RockTenn and local officials on Thursday to announce that the maker of corrugated and consumer packaging and recycling solutions plans to expand its operations in Marion and create more than 100 new jobs. The governor made the announcement at the Marion Depot, which was filled with city and county officials, economic leaders and numerous RockTenn employees. RockTenn plans to create 124 jobs and invest $23 million over the next 18 months, with a total investment of almost $30 million after five years. RockTenn also plans to move out of the current building at 33 Burgin St. and take over the former Swift Galey plant on U.S. 70 East, which has 300,000 square feet. The project was made possible in part by a $372,000 grant from the One North Carolina Fund. | Source:

30 Jobs for News Orleans A historic New Orleans bakery that churned out specialty bread products for companies such as Nabisco and Keebler for decades re-fired the ovens at its Uptown bakery today after a one-year closure. Turnbull Bakeries, founded in New Orleans in 1907, was shuttered last year when company ownership switched hands. Under a new management team, the bakery will continue providing its popular Melba toast for national label accounts and expand into commercial biscuit baking. The venture will create 30 new jobs, with an overall payroll of $1 million. New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu and regional economic development leaders applauded the reinvestment in the New Orleans region. | Source: 150 Jobs for CA Irvine, CA-based Yard House will open its first location in Virginia at The Town Center of Virginia Beach. The restaurant, on the corner of Independence Boulevard and Commerce Street, is scheduled to open this fall and will create 150 new jobs in the city. The 10,760-square-foot lease was secured on behalf of the landlord by Erica Meekins and Gerald Divaris of the Virginia Beach office of Divaris Real Estate, Inc. (DRE). The Town Center of Virginia Beach is leased by DRE and managed by Divaris Property Management Corp. | Source:

1,000 Workers for PA Honda Motor Co. plans to start a second shift at its Greensburg plant by the end of the year and will double its current work force by hiring up to 1,000 employees. Plant spokeswoman Anita Sipes said Tuesday morning that the Japanese automaker plans to significantly ramp up production at its Decatur County plant about 50 miles southeast of Indianapolis. She said the second shift has been planned since the factory opened in 2008 but the recession put those plans on hold. With the economic rebound, she said this seemed like a ―natural time‖ to add the second shift. ―With everything that happened in Japan, with the earthquake, we need to be ready to meet customer demand,‖ she said. The plant has been operating at half-capacity for a few months, Sipes said, following supply disruptions created by the huge earthquake and tsunami on March 11. | Source: 80 Jobs for IN Fishers-based Positron Corp. will move its headquarters to the Noblesville corporate campus and build a radiopharmaceutical manufacturing facility. More than 80 professional jobs will be created in the next three to five years. The company would spend $55 million, and Hamilton County city and the state will give tax breaks and other incentives, according to a company announcement. | Source: 900 Jobs for TN A leading provider of customer relationship management services is establishing its headquarters in downtown Nashville and plans to hire more than 900 people over the next five years. Gov. Bill Haslam made the announcement Thursday concerning IQT Inc., which provides services for Fortune 500 companies in the technology and telecommunications industries. "Most of us are unfamiliar with the company's name, but it's highly likely many of our sales, service and technical support questions for technology companies have been handled by the people at IQT," Haslam said in a news release. Haslam was joined at the announcement by Mayor Karl Dean, Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty and Alex Mortman, co-CEO of IQT. | Source:

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1,300 Jobs for IL United Airlines' merger with Continental Airlines is bringing 1,300 additional workers to Chicago by the end of 2012. Jeff Smisek, CEO of Chicago-based United Continental Holdings Inc., parent company of the carriers, said most of the jobs are being transferred from cities around the country...The 1,300 positions are in addition to the 2,500 workers being moved to Willis Tower from United's suburban operations, said Megan McCarthy, spokeswoman for the carrier. United also employs several hundred people at its global headquarters at 77 W. Wacker Drive. By the end of 2012, the company will have slightly more than 4,000 employees downtown, McCarthy said. | Source: http:// 100 Jobs for TN With the unemployment rate running around 11 percent, Jefferson County got a dose of good news Wednesday with the announcement that distribution company M. Block & Sons Inc. would be hiring 100 workers for its new distribution center in Jefferson City. ―Everybody is looking to create jobs … and we are excited about this opportunity, like any other community that’s needing jobs,‖ said Don Cason, president and CEO of the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce. M. Block & Sons has opened a 500,000 square-foot distribution center in the former John Deere facility at 1400 Flat Gap Road. The building had been empty about two years. ―It’s a great opportunity to get that building filled,‖ Cason said. | Source: HIDDEN INTERNATIONAL JOBS 600 Jobs for UK A CALL CENTRE company, whose clients include Shop Direct Group, is creating 600 jobs in Cardiff. Global services company Serco said the jobs are being created through its expanding subsidiary the Listening Company, which it acquired in March. The positive jobs announcement followed Thursday’s decision by Lloyds Banking Group to close its online banking call centre at Bridgend, where it employs 700. Lloyds said that up to 650 staff would be offered jobs at its call centres in Cardiff, Newport and Swansea when the operation closes next March. The Listening Company’s call centre, its first in Wales, will be located at Hodge House in the centre of Cardiff. | Source: iQD8W7

150 Jobs for Ireland SouthWestern has announced the creation of 150 jobs in Co Cork, while CityPost is adding 180 new positions to its workforce. A company which provides out-sourced services to the private and public sectors in Ireland, Britain and Europe has announced the creation of 150 new jobs at Clonakilty in West Cork. SouthWestern provides finance, human resources and customer relations management services and already employs 600 people between its bases here and in Poland. | Source: 700 Jobs for Ireland MORE THAN 700 new jobs will be created by Irish start-ups over the next three years, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton has said. The jobs, which will come from 80 companies supported by Enterprise Ireland’s 2010 ―High Potential Start-up‖ programme will be in the software, industrial, life sciences, food and consumer sectors. Collectively, Enterprise Ireland-supported firms in the programme, which provides financial assistance and mentoring to develop new ideas, are expected to generate €520 million in sales over the three-year period, with exports accounting for 80 per cent of that figure. | Source: HIRING TRENDS UAE's banking and finance sectors are hiring again Construction, oil, gas, petrochem and telecom industries are also witnessing recruitment activity, according to a job index survey. Spurred by positive business sentiments, hiring in the UAE and the Middle East has gone up this year over 2010. There are sectors that are more bullish and are hiring in healthy numbers, according to experts. ―Industries that are attracting/retaining the top talent in the UAE [are] banking and finance,‖ Lama Ataya, Chief Marketing Officer at told Emirates 24|7. ―[Banking and Finance] ranked first with 41 per cent of votes, according to [our] recent Middle East Job Index Survey, followed by construction (32 per cent), oil, gas and petrochemicals (31 per cent), telecommunications (30 per cent), and tourism and hospitality (26 per cent). Medical/health services was at 17 per cent, electronics (18 per cent), IT (20 per cent), advertising and consumer goods (23 per cent) turned out to be the industries that least attract or retain top talents in the UAE,‖ she added. | Source:

Who’s Hiring? Claims Industry Among Top 10 Fastest-Growing Employment may be weak across the nation, but several industries — including the insurance claims industry— are expected to rapidly hire new staff in the next few years. Employment in the field of third party administrators and claims adjusting is set to grow 5.7 percent annually between now and 2016, according to industry research firm IBISWorld. IBISWorld says there are now 343,089 people employed in the claims field, a number that will jump to 452,577 by 2016. Insurance carriers and brokers are increasingly outsourcing risk management functions. In turn, third-party administrators and insurance claim firms will have to bolster personnel, the firm says. | Source: Silicon Valley recruiter on tech hiring frenzy: “Everyone’s desperate” Robert Greene, the founder and CEO of Silicon Valley-based GreeneSearch Inc, specializes in recruiting hands-on talent for technology-focused companies, primarily startups. He provided his perspective on the current boom in technology hiring. Q: How would you characterize the tech hiring market now? A: It’s very competitive right now. It’s been like that for a while; it’s probably heated up even more of late. You have the bigger companies – Groupon, Zynga, Google, LinkedIn, companies that have been proven and successful – and then you have all these startups. The supply doesn’t meet the demand. | Source: Bangalore starts to see more hiring Bangalore has witnessed an uptrend in hiring activity during May 2011 over April 2011. According to the Naukri Job Speak index for Bangalore in May was at 1,051 as compared to 962 in April, thus indicating a 9 per cent uptick in hiring activity. This uptrend has been witnessed across almost all sectors. Thus the overall hiring sentiment continues to remain healthy and the gains have touched almost every sector of the economy. The hottest skillsets for the month of May were professionals in banking and marketing as their index moved up by 18 per cent and 11 per cent respectively in May over April. The demand for professionals in IT- software, accounts and ITeS moved up 4 per cent respectively in May compared to a month ago. Although hiring of professionals in sales and business development and production dipped 4 per cent and 2 per cent during this period, the three month moving average indices suggest more stability. | Source:

Green Jobs Dominate Ranking of Fastest-Hiring Industries Say what you will about the costs and benefits of policies promoting clean energy in the long run, the evidence suggests that those policies are putting large numbers of people to work in the United States. Green jobs are the sweet spot in an otherwise bitter economy, according to a new ranking of the of fastest hiring industries by IBISWorld, a market-research firm based in Los Angeles. ―Each industry on the list fell into one or more of five sectors: environmental preservation, construction, automotive, real estate and insurance,‖ said Justin Molavi, IBISWorld industry analyst. Green jobs are estimated to grow by and 6.3% annually over the next five years, expanding by nearly 20% by 2016, according to estimates by IBISWorld. | Source: Where the jobs are: Top U.S. cities hiring now Despite dreary reports on the lagging economy, certain American cities are in fact hiring. Hiring a lot, it seems. For while our national unemployment rate increased, major metropolitan areas report an increase in private-sector hiring. In fact, according to data from US Department of Labor, more than 90 percent of the country's largest metro areas experienced a drop in unemployment in April. Don't get too excited yet. Or...okay, maybe little bit excited...Top 10 metro areas for jobs: 1. Washington, DC-ArlingtonAlexandria... Industries to Watch: Demand is strong in architecture/engineering, as well as in the related categories of construction/extraction and installation/repair and maintenance. | Source: .. The Hidden Job Report was researched and prepared by Jim Stroud. (C) 2011. All rights reserved. No part of this report can be reprinted or transmitted electronically or in print without the prior written authorization of Jim Stroud. | Click here to submit a tip for The Hidden Job Report. | Click here to subscribe to The Hidden Job Report.

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