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Wednesday, November 25, 2009


Jobs in San Antonio with Boeing in Question

A twist of fate may actually create jobs in San Antonio (Click here) at The Boeing Company's Global Services and Support center even after hundreds of workers were informed they would soon be laid off.

Last week, officials notified about 250 workers at the company's aviation center that they would be laid off in January 2010. Those cuts are the result of Boeing choosing not to appeal the loss of a $3.8 billion maintenance and logistics services contract on a fleet of aerial refueling tankers.

However, according to an article by San Antonio News, the company later learned that its facility in San Antonio could actually grow after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit reversed a decision by a federal claims court, saying a maintenance contract for a separate Air Force fleet should be reconsidered.

That decision lifted an injunction that had prevented the contract from going to Boeing. The contract had already been awarded to the company, but was challenged by Alabama Aircraft Industries, Inc. The 10-year, $1.1 billion deal will result in the creation of about 200 San Antonio jobs.

Boeing officials have not yet disclosed how many jobs will be created under the new contract, and Alabama Aircraft still has an opportunity to challenge the decision.

As far as the upcoming layoffs, some of workers affected may be eligible to find openings at other Boeing sites and some may be recalled when more jobs open up under the new contract. In addition, all displaced workers will receive a severance package.


Thursday, November 19, 2009


Milwaukee Nursing Jobs to Grow

The number of available Milwaukee nursing jobs is expected to grow significantly during the near future.

According to WORKnet, there were an estimated 51,130 registered nurses in Milwaukee County during 2006, but that number is expected to reach 64,550 by 2016, an increase of 26.24 percent. That means there will be about 2,180 available jobs each year.

The average wage for a registered nurse in Milwaukee is $29 per hour, or $61,248 per year, with entry level nurses earning $23 per hour, or $47,544 per year, and experience nurses earning $33 per hour, or $68,101.

Registered nurses are responsible for assessing patient health problems and needs, developing and implementing nursing care plans and maintaining medical records. The primary job of a registered nurse is to care for ill, injured convalescent or disabled patients. They also may advise patients on health maintenance and disease prevention.

In order to become a registered nurse, you must first obtain the proper license or registration. Registered nurses can include nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, certified nurse midwives and certified nurse anesthetists.

Although the Milwaukee area's healthcare industry as whole has slightly declined from last year, the industry has managed to add jobs on a monthly basis, despite the current economic recession.

During September, the Milwaukee-Waukesha-West Allis area's education and health services industry employed 142,900 workers, according to the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics. This is up from 141,900 workers during August, but a .3 percent decrease from last year.

In addition, the majority of the top 10 high-growth occupations in Wisconsin are healthcare-related. Those occupations and their expected growth rates through 2016 include: home health aides by 40.8 percent, personal and home care aides by 38.6 percent, medical assistants by 36.5 percent, physician assistants by 33.3 percent, radiation therapists by 32.7 percent, dental hygienists by 31.2 percent and skin care specialists by 29.4 percent.


Tuesday, November 17, 2009


Atlanta Nursing Jobs

If you're considering a career change, or wondering what type of career you should get into, Atlanta nursing jobs and healthcare jobs in general have a lot to offer.

The Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta area's education and health services industry employed 267,300 workers during September, according to the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics. This is up from 266,500 workers during August and a 2.4 percent increase from last year.

There are several employers throughout Atlanta that offer great healthcare jobs with good benefits. One institution in particular recently received some recognition.

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta was ranked 67th on Fortune's 2009 list of 100 Best Companies to Work For. This is a slight decline from the organization's previous ranking of 45th among the top 100 companies throughout the country.

During 2007, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta brought in $1.4 million in revenue. Part of the reason the organization was named to the list this year was its effort to tackle the nursing shortage with the 100 Nurses in 100 Days Campaign.

Not only did the organization do its part to recruit new workers, but it also made the process fun for current works. Through the 100 Nurses in 100 Days Campagin, prizes that employees received for making referrals included 100 tanks of gas, 100 hours of babysitting and a 100-mile getaway to a Ritz-Carlton hotel.

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta currently has about 5,850 employees and was able to create 344 jobs during a one-year period, accounting for a job growth rate of 8 percent. The organization receives about 30,881 applications, but only had 135 job openings at the beginning of this year. The voluntary turnover rate is about 8 percent.

The most common salaried job with the company is business operations coordinator, which pays about $45,065 per year. The most common hourly job is staff nurse, which pays about $61,399 per year.

Some of the organization's employee benefits include onsite child care, subsidized gym membership, job sharing program, compressed workweek and telecommuting options. In addition, salaried employees receive about 19 hours of training per year, while hourly employees receive about 23 hours of training per year.


Wednesday, November 11, 2009


Dallas Jobs Help City Earn Top Ranking

Anyone searching for Dallas jobs (Click here) should be happy about the city's placement on a new list from Forbes.

The company recently ranked Dallas first on its list of the Best U.S. Cities to Earn a Living. In order to determine what cities would be included on the list, Forbes considered salary, cost of living, strength of industry and economists' predictions for the future state of employment among the 40 largest metropolitan statistical areas.

Dallas is home to seven 400 best big companies and eight 200 best small companies. The city has a median income of $27,841 and an ACCRA Cost of Living Index of 92.3. In addition, Dallas is expected to see an annual growth rate of 1.8 percent during the next five years.

The top 10 best cities to earn a living include:
  1. Dallas, Texas
  2. Houston, Texas
  3. Minneapolis, Minn.
  4. Austin, Texas
  5. Washington, D.C.
  6. St. Louis, Mo.
  7. Seattle, Wash.
  8. Atlanta, Ga.
  9. Kansas City, Mo.
  10. Denver Colo.
Median income data came from the U.S. Census Bureau; consumer expenditure data came from the Council for Community and Economic Research; job growth forecast data for 2008 to 2013 came from Moody's The number of Forbes' 400 best big companies and 200 best small companies in each area also were taken into consideration.

As of late, unfortunately, the Dallas area has continued to lose jobs as the city's unemployment rate increases.

During September, the Dallas-Plano-Irving area saw its unemployment rate increase from 8.2 percent to 8.3 percent, following a decrease to 8.2 percent during August. However, the current rate is still lower than the national unemployment rate at the time of 9.8 percent.

The area had a total non-farm employment of 2,057,400 workers during September, according to the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics. This is down from 2,061,100 workers during August and a 2.6 percent decrease from last year.



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