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Thursday, September 30, 2010


Dallas Tech Jobs in Avionics

If you're interested in working with aircraft you may want to consider the Dallas tech jobs (Click here) available for avionics technicians.

Avionics technicians are responsible for repairing and maintaining the many systems that control flight, engine, and other primary functions. They may work on aircraft navigation, radio communications, weather radar systems, and other instruments and computers.

Most employees who work on aircraft learn what they need to know by attending an Aviation Maintenance Technician School certified by the Federal Aviation Administration, although some can learn skills through on-the-job training. Anyone who works on civilian aircraft also must become certified by the FAA

However, avionics technicians can forgo FAA certification if they have experience from the military or working for an avionics manufacturer. Those who work on communications must obtain a restricted radio-telephone operator license from the Federal Communications Commission.

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There were about 140,300 aircraft and avionics equipment mechanics and service technicians throughout the nation during 2008, with about 87 percent of those positions belonging to aircraft mechanics and service technicians, and the remainder belonging to avionics technicians.

Nearly half of all employees work in air transportation and support activities, while about 21 percent work in aerospace product and parts manufacturing, and about 15 percent work for the federal government. A small number of employees work for companies that operate their own planes.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of avionics technicians throughout the country is expected to grow by 11 percent by 2018, while overall employment in the industry is anticipated to grow by 7 percent.

Employment of avionics technicians in Dallas is expected to remain even through 2016 with about 350 workers. Although that means there will be no overall growth in the local industry, there will be about five openings per year due to replacement, according to the Texas Workforce Commission.

Throughout Texas, employment should increase from 2,350 workers during 2006 to 2,800 workers by 2016, resulting in 450 additional jobs and an overall growth rate of 19.10 percent.

The top five industries that employ avionics technicians in Dallas include:
  1. Electronic and precision equipment repair and maintenance - 28.82 percent
  2. Scheduled air transportation - 22.05 percent
  3. Federal government, except education - 21.24 percent
  4. Aerospace product and parts manufacturing - 15.37 percent
  5. Support activities for air transportation - 6.47 percent
During 2009, avionics technicians in Dallas earned an average wage of $23.15 per hour, while those throughout Texas earned an average wage of $23.28 per hour and those throughout the nation earned an average wage of $24.20 per hour.


Friday, September 24, 2010


Stores Jobs Abound

Present be numerous of chances whilst it gets to stores jobs.

The grocery shop industriousness is ofttimes consisting upwardly of supermarkets and convenience shops which firstly deal a smorgasbord of grub and suceeding advertise several not-food things. Withal, at hand has been further insistency on foodstuff depots to adapt and expound to encounter the differing life-style of humankind.

There existed approximately 85,200 foodstuff shop across country throughout 2008, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Round 25,900 of these were depot depots, henceforth as small depot but employment a number of the population, they simply establish up 6 percentage of the industry's total trade.

Market shop offered 2.5 mill. trades throughout the commonwealth throughout 2008, tho' 80 percent of organisations utilizing not as much of than 50 workers, though employees 'tween 16 and 24-years aged making upwardly nearly single-one-third of entirely workers.

Cashiers and stock clerks are between the most treasured and productive market depot positions, devising up 51 pct of all jobs inside the industry.

Cashiers, who calculate for 34 pct of market storehouse folks, are creditworthy for scanning substance, accepting clients' payments, and devising coins. Store salesclerk, that make up 17 percentage of employees, are reliable for filling shelves with the storehouse's merchandise and arranging exhibits.

Additional work inside the market shop sector comprise:
A number of additional not as widespread posts include: pharmacy positions; chemist technicians; human resources, expansion, and work dealings specialists; and staff cleaning workers.


Tuesday, September 21, 2010


Jobs in Denver Benefit from Stimulus

The federal stimulus is being credited with creating thousands of jobs in Denver.

A new report from the White House focuses on seven projects throughout Colorado that are creating and saving thousands of jobs thanks to funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

"The Recovery Act is helping Colorado's economy by investing in ambitious projects like the redevelopment of Denver Union Station and the expansion of Abound Solar in Longmont," Gov. Bill Ritter said. "These projects are creating and retaining thousands of jobs, shifting the economy in the right direction and providing long-term benefits to the people of Colorado."

Colorado is expected to receive a total of at least $7.3 billion from the federal stimulus. A recent report from the Council of Economic Advisers estimates that the ARRA has created, saved, and indirectly produced 50,000 jobs throughout the state.

The seven projects highlighted in the White House report include:


Tuesday, September 14, 2010


Houston Medical Jobs Supported by New Research Center

The new center at a local university will help to create and sustain Houston medical jobs.

The recently-opened Center for Vital Longevity at the University of Texas at Dallas will be used to study the aging mind. The center highlights Texas's growing biomedical technology industry and the state's ability to create innovative and life saving therapies and technologies.

The new center will use cutting-edge brain imaging technology to study how the mind's function changes with age, how to maintain a healthy mind, and how to diagnose and prevent Alzheimer's disease.

Scientists at the Center for Vital Longevity will work closely with researchers from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas to collect data on a new imaging technique that could ultimately prevent Alzheimer's disease.

"Far too many people in Texas and around the world have suffered the pain of watching a family member slip away into Alzheimer's and other cognitive disorders associated with aging," Gov. Rick Perry said. "This center will help draw researchers committed to the pursuit of better health into a collaborative environment of exploration and discovery that will lead to life-saving ideas."

Perry recognized such programs as the Texas Emerging Technology Fund for helping to cultivate a culture of innovation throughout the state, helping to develop cutting-edge technologies, and attracting top researchers and money to Texas.

"All of these efforts combine to form a critical mass that is pushing Texas to the forefront of high tech industry, and will keep us there well into the future," he added.



Phoenix Jobs Served Up at New Restaurant

A new restaurant set to open this fall is helping to create Phoenix jobs.

Seasons 52 is looking to hire more than 100 employees in preparation of opening the new restaurant at Biltmore Fashion Park in October. The company is hiring servers, bartenders, hostesses, line and prep cooks, utility workers, stewards, and musicians.

Anyone who is hired for a full-time position will receive medical, dental, life insurance, and education assistance benefits. After working with the company for an extended period, full-time employees also will be eligible for a 401K match, paid vacation, and discounted stock options.

Seasons 52 began accepting applications on September 13th. Several news sources reported that there was a big turnout that first day, with many people lining up before dawn to make sure they had a chance to apply for one of the jobs.

Job seekers can still apply in person from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the restaurant and applications will be accepted for two weeks or until all of the available positions are filled. Some employers for restaurant jobs may ask you to undergo a criminal check.

Even these 100 jobs could make a difference to the Phoenix area's economy, which saw an unemployment rate of 9.1 during July, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The Phoenix-Mesa-Glendale area had a total non-farm employment of 1,665,600 workers during July, which is down from 1,677,600 workers during June, but the same as last year.

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Friday, September 10, 2010


Florida Jobs for Veterans Focus of New Website

A new website is working to connect veterans looking for Florida jobs with employers who have jobs for veterans.

State officials recently unveiled Employ Florida Vets, an online job search portal meant to help veterans find meaningful work. The site helps match military members with the jobs and training opportunities that fit the skills and experience they gained in the military.

"Our courageous veterans are proven, skilled leaders whose integrity and discipline have helped protect the freedoms and opportunities we all enjoy," Gov. Charlie Crist said. "Employ Florida Vets is the latest example of our commitment to provide the men and women who defended our nation and now call Florida home with enhanced opportunities to find jobs and access training and other resources that will help them be successful in their civilian careers."

Employ Florida Vets is a joint venture among Workforce Florida Inc., the Agency for Workforce Innovation, and Florida's 24 Regional Workforce Boards. The site was developed through a series of focus group meetings with veterans.

Some highlights of the new job searching website include:
In addition to Employ Florida Vets, the state's One-Stop Career Centers offer many resources for veterans, including specialized Local Veterans' Employment Representatives and Disabled Veterans' Outreach Program staff who can provide referrals.

During 2009, the 92 One-Stop Career Centers throughout Florida served more than 100,000 veterans, more than 10,000 of whom had recently separated from the Armed Forces.

Florida also has seven regional advocates that help connect military spouses and dependents with new training and employment opportunities through the Military Family Employment Advocacy Program.

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