staffing jobs can be found
Kelly, Adecco, Manpower, AccountTemps. These era just some of the biggest names in the billion dollar staffing business. They are hiring for staffing jobs. Bet on it!
The staffing industry has suffered no doubt in recent years. But things are looking up. According to one expert;
Though companies were cautious about expenses, a majority of solution providers continued to make investments in their company, which is crucial to the future. Only one-third of respondents reported delaying or canceling investments during the recession.
“In a down economy, continued investment is critical to future success,” April said. “Companies that tread water waiting for the recovery to happen will find themselves well behind those competitors that, despite the tough economy, kept putting dollars into exploring new technology offerings and vertical markets and did not stop marketing aggressively.”
While layoffs decimated many sectors of the economy, the majority of solution providers said they avoided staff reductions. More than three quarters (77 percent) reported no staff reductions during the recession.
Staffing agencies are more nimble becasue they have to be. Particularly if they operate in the competitive healthcare or IT sectors.
Latest NYC jobs
Search jobs in New York City, New York at NYCityWorks.com and apply to multiple NYC jobs openings by completing one simple application. These are jobs you wont find on monster or career builder. These are real, unique NYC job listings.
NYCityWorks is part of the regional job board network AllCountyJobs.com LLC which serves job seekers in 4 states...NY, CT, MA and RI.
Some news outlets are reporting good news for the NYC job market:
Over a three-month period from the end of February through May, financial-services employment grew by 6,800 in New York City--the largest three-month increase in nearly two years, according to data from the New York State Department of Labor. The employment boost is the largest such gain within the industry since it reported the addition of 7,200 positions from May to August 2008.
While industry employment has increased, employment among securities professionals such as investment bankers and financial advisers has dropped. According to the Labor Department data, New York City reported 157,900 such employees as of the end of May, down from 158,600 on Jan. 31.
Recycling jobs site debuts
Recycling is a major economic development tool as well as an environmental industry. Reuse, recycling, and waste reduction offer direct development opportunities for communities. When collected with skill and care, and upgraded with quality in mind, discarded materials are a local resource that can contribute to local revenue, job creation, business expansion, and the local economic base. Now there is a new site for recycling jobs.
Recycling-based economic development is the heart of the Waste to Wealth program. For three decades, local communities haveprovided technical assistance linking reuse and recycling within the local community and have documented the job creation and value added benefits of reuse and recycling.
On a per-ton basis, sorting and processing recyclables alone sustain 10 times more jobs than landfilling or incineration. However, making new products from the old offers the largest economic pay-off in the recycling loop. New recycling-based manufacturers employ even more people and at higher wages than does sorting recyclables. Some recycling-based paper mills and plastic product manufacturers, for instance, employ on a per-ton basis 60 times more workers than do landfills.
Mobile App Developers have new job board
Whats the hottest job in interactive deleopment? Well that would be mobile application developer jobs. Developing applications for iphones, Android and other smartphones is your key to career success.
Recent studies indicate that downloads of mobile apps should increase to almost 50 billion by 2012. Experts also forecast that the marketplace for apps is growing so quickly, analysts at Yankee Group call it a mobile app “gold rush,” saying that revenue from U.S. mobile downloads alone would reach nearly $1.6 billion in 2010 and would hit $11 billion in 2014.
Salaries for these type of jobs are great as well. The average salary for mobile developer jobs is $80,000. Average mobile developer salaries can vary greatly due to company, location, industry, experience and benefits.
Job seekers are blogging for jobs. Yep, thats right. Creative and talented candidates are writing their own blogs in an effort to stand out and get noticed. It's a new job hunting technique for the 21st century. This is a showcase for those who blog for jobs. And we'll also tell you about new job boards on the scene.