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  • Illinois Tollway Constructionworks program launches across Northern Illinois

    01/22/2019 11:14:49 AM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 8 replies
    The Chicago Crusader ^ | January 3, 2019 | crusader
    A few years ago, during a panel discussion at the 47th annual Congressional Black Caucus, U.S. Representative Brenda Lawrence (D-Mich.) was the opening speaker on the topic of “Putting Black America to Work: the New Skilled Trade Workforce.” Lawrence noted that the industry supported by skilled trade workers will need an infusion of youth because the average age of workers was 53 years old. Rep. Lawrence said, “We are building a new bridge from Detroit to Windsor (Canada). I’ve been told we are bringing in welders from Vietnam to help build it.” It seems unfathomable that the United States, a...
  • Alaska Airlines Is Hiring 3,000 People — and You Can Apply Without Airline Experience [Washington]

    01/21/2019 8:31:34 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 44 replies
    Travel & Leisure ^ | January 16, 2019 | Cailey Rizzo
    Now’s your time to take to the skies. Alaska Airlines will hire 3,000 people this year, the Seattle-based airline said in a blog post on Monday. Approximately three-quarters of the new jobs will be based in Washington state. Shortly after hiring its 10,000th employee in Washington, Alaska plans to rapidly expand its frontline positions. For those looking to apply, the new openings will include positions as maintenance technicians, airport operations, customer service representatives, cargo specialists, flight attendants and pilots. Future employees will be hired by both Alaska and Horizon airlines. The positions will be listed online and, for many, no...
  • People are fleeing from New Jersey more than any other state—here's the No. 1 reason why

    01/17/2019 1:52:24 AM PST · by SMGFan · 127 replies
    MSN / CNBC ^ | January 16, 2019
    New Jersey became the No. 1 state to move away from in 2018, according to new data from moving and relocation company United Vans Lines. The top reason why residents left was for a professional opportunity, the UVL data shows. Of all the residents who moved out, 46 percent listed "job" as the deciding factor. "A leading motivation behind these migration patterns across all regions," in fact, "is a career change," the report says. About "one out of every two people who moved in the past year moved for a new job or company transfer."
  • Toyota boss to Trump: No such thing as American-made car

    01/14/2019 11:47:19 AM PST · by SoFloFreeper · 55 replies
    Fox Business ^ | 1/14/19 | Julia Limitone
    Jim Lentz has a stern message for President Trump. “There is no such thing as an American-made car,” he told FOX Business’ Jeff Flock during an interview at the 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. .... his “biggest fear is tariffs” and he is hopeful that the United States Mexico Canada Agreement, which will govern $1.2 trillion in trade, will be ratified by Congress by the end of the year. “Mr. President...it's important that we're able to compete with the rest of the world and keep our costs down. You're doing great things for the economy, let's keep...
  • Black Caucus Demands Course Correction for U.S. [semi-satire]

    01/12/2019 1:09:11 PM PST · by John Semmens · 11 replies
    Semi-News/Semi-Satire ^ | 13 Jan 2019 | John Semmens
    Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif), chairperson of the 55-member Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), the most numerous in our nation’s history, has set the Caucus’ sights on “reversing the trauma inflicted on people of color by the Trump Administration over the past two years. We will use our tremendous power and influence to undo Trump’s evil plan to force millions of voters off of welfare and into the labor economy.” “The notion that a job is the answer to curing poverty and improving one’s life is a myth,” Bass contended. “Curing poverty has been the task of government since the 1960s’ Great...
  • New engines help boost hiring for GE River Works plant [Massachusetts]

    01/12/2019 10:14:55 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 2 replies
    The Daily Item ^ | January 11, 2019 | Thor Jourgensen
    Like an island bathed in sunshine but surrounded by stormy seas, General Electric Aviation’s River Works plant is hiring at record levels and shouldering big aviation contracts even as GE works its way out of a corporate slide. Company executives hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony a month ago to inaugurate the River Works assembly and shipping area for the new T408 helicopter engine. The ceremony capped off GE Aviation’s success in landing a $143 million initial production contract in 2017 to build 22 engines to power a new Marine Corps heavy-lift helicopter. State Rep. Peter Capano retired from a 29-year career...
  • Medicaid Plans Cover Doctors’ Visits, Hospital Care — And Now Your GED

    01/08/2019 2:54:31 PM PST · by spintreebob · 16 replies
    Kaiser Health News ^ | 1/8/19 | Phil Galewitz
    Medicaid health plans are starting to pay for non-traditional services such as meals, transportation, housing and other forms of assistance to improve members’ health and reduce medical costs. That change follows efforts by state Medicaid programs to give health plans financial incentives to control spending, said Jill Rosenthal, senior program director for the National Academy for State Health Policy. Rather than continue to pay a set fee each month to cover members’ health costs, many states are implementing policies that let health plans share in any savings they can demonstrate. That provides motivation for insurers to address factors such as...
  • Added The Most Manufacturing Jobs in Over 20 Years

    01/05/2019 8:16:12 AM PST · by Yashcheritsiy · 6 replies
    Breitbart ^ | Jan 4, 2019 | John Carney
    Donald Trump has delivered on a key promise that many economists said was impossible: manufacturing jobs boomed in 2018. The manufacturing sector added 284,000 positions over 2018, its best year since 1997. The revival of American manufacturing was a cornerstone of Trump’s 2016 campaign promise to Make America Great Again. Many economists derided the idea that manufacturing could boom in the U.S., insisting that a combination of automation and globlization meant that factory jobs were gone for good. Some even accused Trump of attempting to “con” the American people with promises of manufacturing jobs.
  • December saw the most new healthcare hires in decades

    01/04/2019 2:58:37 PM PST · by spintreebob · 26 replies
    Mdern Healthcare ^ | 1/4/19 | Tara Bannow
    December brought the U.S. healthcare industry's largest monthly spike in the number of new hires since at least February 1990. Healthcare added 50,200 jobs last month, the largest numeric increase in new hires in Modern Healthcare's monthly jobs data, which stretches back to February 1990. Hiring in the industry jumped 56% from November, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' December jobs report released Friday. While more than 50,000 new jobs was "an unexpectedly high number," Total nonfarm employment rose by 312,000 jobs in December, and the unemployment rate rose by 0.2 percentage points to 3.9%. Overall in 2018,...
  • Manufacturing Jobs Up 32,000 in December, 491,000 Under Trump

    01/04/2019 9:07:03 AM PST · by jazusamo · 28 replies
    CNSNews ^ | January 4, 2019 | Terrence P. Jeffrey
    (CNSNews.com) - Manufacturing jobs in the United States increased by 32,000 in December and have now increased by 491,000 during the presidency of Donald Trump, according to data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. In December 2016, the month before Trump took office, there were 12,351,000 manufacturing jobs in the United States. In December 2018, there were 12,842,000, bringing the increase during first 24 months of Trump’s presidency to 491,000. “Manufacturing added 32,000 jobs in December,” said the monthly employment report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics that was released today. “Most of the gain occurred in the...
  • Palms hiring 1K positions for new dayclub, nightclub ( Las Vegas)

    01/02/2019 10:59:36 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 5 replies
    KTNV-TV ^ | January 2, 2019 | Jordan Gartner
    LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Palms hotel-casino will be hosting a casting call this week for its new dayclub and nightclub set to open later this year. The new club is looking to fill 1,000 positions from cocktail servers to hosts and go-go dancers before its scheduled spring opening. Here is the casting call schedule: Jan. 3: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. (marketing model bottle and cocktail servers) 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. (all operating staff) Jan. 4: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. (marketing hosts, promoters, VIP liaisons) Jan. 5: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. (security) Jan. 6: 10 a.m....
  • Could A New Interstate North of Houston Help Alleviate The City’s Traffic Issues?

    12/28/2018 8:03:34 AM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 21 replies
    Houston Public Media ^ | October 1, 2018 | Gail Delaughter
    In central Texas, a portion of U.S. 190 near Killeen has been designated as Interstate 14. But the Youth Infrastructure Coalition would like to see a complete I-14 corridor from eastern Georgia to west Texas. Under their proposal, I-14 would create an alternate east-west highway that would be located midway between I-10 and I-20.The coalition’s founder is Frank Lumpkin, a student at the University of Georgia. He said he and other students started the group to inspire young people to get involved in infrastructure projects that can benefit the area.“If you look at a map and take the demographics of...
  • Lear plant in Flint hiring to fill 400 jobs (Michigan)

    12/27/2018 12:39:32 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 20 replies
    Flintside ^ | December 26, 2018 | Ashley Schafer
    FLINT, Michigan — Lear is planning a massive three-day hiring effort to fill 400 open jobs at its new Flint manufacturing facility: Resumes can be dropped off 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 3-5 at the new Lear plant, 902 E. Hamilton Ave. in Flint. Pay starts at $13.85 for the positions, which are permanent, with a second- and third-shift premium of $0.30 per hour. Lear also offers annual pay increases as well as health benefits including low-cost medical, dental, and vision coverage after 90 days of employment. Employees also are eligible for 401(k) and paid vacation time after one...
  • Top Paying Jobs In 2019: How To Find One In A Fast Growing Field

    12/24/2018 8:10:24 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 22 replies
    IBD ^ | 12/24/2018 | Paul Katzeff
    Looking for a new job? If you are, 2019 is expected to be a great year for landing one of the highest paying jobs in a fast growing field. Those plum top jobs are in fields like physician's assistant and software developer for apps. One forecast even says jobs are expected to bloom for cannabis cultivators. That's right — pot growers! But the pay may not be as good as it is in those fastest growing, highest paying jobs. That combination makes those jobs the bull's-eye of job hunting. If you want to land one of the highest paying jobs...
  • DropCar Expands Hiring Program to Support Surge in B2B Demand

    12/23/2018 4:10:12 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 11 replies
    Business Wire ^ | December 21, 2018
    DropCar, Inc. (NASDAQ: DCAR), a leading provider of last mile logistics technology solutions, mobility workforce services and cloud based software for both the automotive industry and consumers, announced its expansion of hiring efforts across New York, New Jersey, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington DC and Baltimore due to growth in new and existing B2B contracts. Now we’re looking to build on this momentum by inviting those equally passionate about the space to join our mission. Tweet this “Whether you’re a driver with a track record for delivering outstanding customer experiences, a data driven operations guru, or just a forward thinking...
  • Pharma Companies in the Carolinas Are Hiring for Hundreds of Positions

    12/23/2018 11:18:58 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 6 replies
    BioSpace ^ | December 21, 2018 | Alex Keown
    After enduring a deluge from multiple hurricanes earlier this year, the Carolinas are about to be flooded with something else far more preferable – jobs. Pharma companies based in both North and South Carolina are hiring for hundreds of positions, according to reports. In Raleigh, N.C., RedHill Biopharma is expecting to hire some additional employees following a $25 million underwritten offer in August and a $20 million underwritten public offering earlier this month. Speaking to WRAL TechWire, RedHill Chief Executive Officer Dror Ben-Asher noted that the funding will be used to support the company’s commercial capabilities. With the anticipation of...
  • Company to open call centers in Baton Rouge, Bossier City, create 240 jobs (Louisiana)

    12/20/2018 9:19:45 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 1 replies
    The Advocate ^ | December 18, 2018 | Timothy Boone
    A Mississippi company will open call centers in Baton Rouge and Bossier City to provide help-line services for the Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services, a move that will create 240 jobs. YoungWilliams PC said the Bossier call center will open in March, while the Baton Rouge location will begin operation sometime in the spring. Call center operations for DCFS had been outsourced to a private company operating in Florida and California. The Baton Rouge call center will employ 160 people, and 80 people will work in Bossier. YoungWilliams will spend $4.1 million to open the facilities. The Bossier...
  • Gov. Ralph Northam announces 500 call center jobs coming to Danville ($38,000 yr. in Virginia)

    12/20/2018 8:40:39 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 10 replies
    WSLS-TV ^ | December 20, 2018 | Heather Butterworth
    Governor Ralph Northam announced Thursday that PRA Group, Inc. will invest fifteen point one million dollars to open a call center in Danville, creating 500 new jobs, 375 of which will be create in the first year. More Headlines Telvista to close Danville facility in March The 500 jobs will have an average salary of more than $38,000. Company CEO Kevin Stevenson said multiple locations, including Martinsville, Harrisonburg, and Danville, were considered for the call center. "We strive to put our centers in smaller areas with certain economic demographics," Stevenson said. "We look for things like good employment rates, average...
  • Spirit AeroSystems to add 1,400 more jobs in Wichita, president says (Kansas)

    12/20/2018 8:24:09 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 2 replies
    The Wichita Eagle ^ | December 19, 2018 | Chance Swaim
    In a move Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer called “the biggest news for this state in a long time,” Spirit AeroSystems announced Wednesday that it plans to add 1,400 more jobs in Wichita next year. That’s in addition to the 1,000 jobs — and $1 billion in infrastructure — it promised the city at this time last year. “We have completed hiring that first 1,000, and in fact we have exceeded it,” Spirit President and CEO Tom Gentile said at a news conference on Wednesday....
  • Lima’s Joint Systems Manufacturing Center begins filling 400 new jobs (Mfg. Army tanks in Ohio)

    12/20/2018 7:35:46 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 5 replies
    Lima News ^ | December 19, 2018 | David Trinko
    Ever since Oscar Williams started working at the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center in 2005, people keep asking him the same question. “A lot of people have been asking me, ‘When are you going to hire out there?’” said Williams, a member of the UAW civil rights team at the plant. “It’s been a rough couple of years lately. But now, we’re starting to hire, and we just want to show people what they need to do.” Wednesday morning marked the first of several recruiting sessions for the government-owned tank plant, which is seeing its biggest hiring effort since a 2007...