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Tuesday, November 30, 2010


Sales Careers Texas with Allstate

A popular insurance company is increasing the number of sales careers Texas has available.

Allstate recently announced its plans to hire more than 150 employees throughout Texas by the end of the year. The majority of those jobs will be for licensed sales producers, who play an important role in driving business growth across the state.

Candidates for sales employment opportunities ( with Allstate should have a high school diploma, exceptional selling skills, and the ability to obtain a Property and Casualty license after they have been hired.

So far, Allstate has hired about 20 licensed sales producers throughout Texas. The company expects to hire a total of 155 employees in Amarillo, Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Lubbock, Midland, Odessa, Rio Grande Valley, and San Antonio.

Allstate has enlisted the help of Kelly Services, a staffing agency, to find these new employees. Kelly Services has been working with the Texas Workforce Commission and other agencies to find eligible applicants who then begin a pre-screening process and are placed in a database available to owners of Allstate agencies.

"These positions present such a great opportunity for talented people with strong communication and customer service skills, who may not have a college degree," Gary Halls, director of operations with the Office of Allstate for Kelly Services. "We encourage interested candidates to not let the licensing process scare them off. We emphasize it's a valuable commitment to make to get a head start in a recession-proof industry."


Tuesday, November 23, 2010


How to Get Arizona Pharmacy Jobs

Have you ever considered applying for Arizona pharmacy jobs?

Pharmacists are mainly responsible for distributing prescription drugs to people. This is done by advising patients and healthcare professionals on the selection, dosages, interactions, and side effects of various medications.

Those who work in community settings such as a retail or drug store may dispense medications, counsel patients on the use of prescription and over-the-counter medications, and advise patients. Those in healthcare facilities may dispense medications and advise medical staff.

Some pharmacists choose to specialize in a specific drug therapy area, such as intravenous nutrition support, oncology, nuclear pharmacy, geriatric pharmacy, and psychiatric pharmacy.

Other pharmacists may perform research for pharmaceutical companies working to develop new drugs; work in marketing or sales; work for health insurance companies; work for the government; or work at a college.

Anyone interested in becoming a pharmacist should take at least two years of specific professional study and then obtain their Pharm.D. degree from an accredited college or school of pharmacy. The Pharm.D. degree usually takes four years to complete and many students go on to complete a one or two-year residency.

All states require candidates to pass the North American Pharmacist Licensure Exam, and some require you to pass the Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Exam, both of which are administered by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy. Many states also require pharmacists to undergo a criminal check (Click here).

There were about 269,900 pharmacists throughout the nation during 2008, and that number is expected to grow by 17 percent by 2018, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

About 65 percent of employees work in retail settings and about 22 percent work in hospitals. The remainder work in mail-order and Internet pharmacies, pharmaceutical wholesalers, offices of physicians, and the federal government.

Employment of pharmacists throughout Arizona is expected to increase by 1,892 jobs, or 43.9 percent, to 6,206 jobs by 2016, according to the Arizona Workforce Informer.

The top industries that employed pharmacists throughout Arizona during 2006 include:
During 2007, pharmacists throughout Arizona earned an average wage of $46.91 per hour. The average entry-level wage was $33.74 per hour and the average experienced-level wage was $53.50 per hour.


Thursday, November 18, 2010


Jobs Fort Lauderdale to Increase During Holidays

The holiday season should increase the number of jobs Fort Lauderdale has to offer. Visit for more information.

The Florida Retail Federation is predicting that the state will see a 3 percent to 4 percent increase in retail sales this holiday season when compared to last year. The nation as a whole is expected to see an increase of 2.3 percent.

"Consumers are showing that they're tired of being totally frugal, and that they plan on being a little more generous this year," Rick McAllister, president and CEO of the Florida Retail Federation, said in a press release. "I believe both consumers and retailers can look forward to a rewarding holiday season."

One of the reasons that sales are expected to increase is because consumer confidence is increasing. A recent study from the University of Florida found that consumer confidence is currently the highest it's been in six months.

And retailers are planning to hire more seasonal workers to keep up with the expected increase in spending. The Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation notes that 30,000 to 40,000 seasonal workers were hired during 2008 and 2009, and that number is expected to be even higher this year.

"Throughout the recession, the retail industry has been one of the brightest spots in the hiring slump," McAllister said. "Retailers provide one out of every five jobs in Florida. Just like Santa needs his elves, retailers need extra 'elves' to spread the holiday spirit. They'll be hard at work helping consumers find the perfect gifts this holiday season."


Wednesday, November 17, 2010


Customer Service Jobs Phoenix Created by PEPID

A popular medical publishing company is increasing the number of customer service jobs Phoenix has.

Earlier this month, PEPID finished relocating the company's corporate headquarters from Chicago to Phoenix, bringing new jobs to the local area. The company moved its customer support, software development, and marketing departments earlier this year, and moved its executive and sales teams in November.

PEPID is planning to keep its Chicago office open in order to further expand and provide more localized service. And although the company moved many of its jobs from Chicago to Phoenix, PEPID is still looking to hire new employees for a variety of positions.

The company may run a criminal check on applicants. Take a look at this customer service job description to find out more about what it might be like to work with PEPID.

"We chose to relocate our corporate headquarters to Phoenix because of the extensive workforce talent in the region," PEPID President John Wagner said. "We've been growing rapidly the past few years, and this was a logical move to support our expansion. Phoenix is known for its workforce talent, and we’re excited to hire additional staff and create new jobs and opportunities in the area."

PEPID, an electronic medical publishing company, claims to offer a robust medical information resource and some of the best customer service in the industry. The company provides clinical specialty-focused products aimed at the way healthcare professionals practice medicine.

PEPID's clinical and pharmacological content is meant to support clinicians through every state of the decision support process, from the initial content to treatment and follow-up care. The company also offers and extensive drug database, disease profiles, medical conditions, medical and dosing calculators, and a drug interaction checker.

PEPID contains the most extensive drug database on the market today, thousands of disease profiles and medical conditions, along with medical and dosing calculators, a drug interactions checker and more.


Tuesday, November 16, 2010


Dallas Medical Jobs for Social Workers

A large number of Dallas medical jobs are available for social workers. Visit to find available positions.

Medical and public health social workers provide support to individuals and families affected by chronic, acute, or terminal illnesses. They may be responsible for advising caregivers, educating and counseling patients, and making referrals for other social services.

Many of these social workers act as part of an interdisciplinary team that evaluates a specific type of patient, such as geriatric or organ transplant patients. A number of employees specialize in offering services to senior citizens and their families. Take a look at this medical job description for more information.

The majority of employers require candidates to have at least a bachelor's degree, while some positions require a more advanced degree. For instance,  most jobs in healthcare or school settings usually require a master's degree in social work.

All states require medical and public health social workers to obtain the proper license or certification before they can begin working. Texas requires employees to pass a written examination and have some education and training, which varies depending on the type of license you want.

There were about 138,700 medical and public health social workers throughout the nation during 2008, and that number is expected to grow by 22 percent by 2018, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

About 54 percent of all social workers are employed in healthcare and social assistance, while about 31 percent are employed by government agencies.

Employment in Dallas is anticipated to increase by 22.2 percent to 1,100 workers by 2016. There will be about 20 openings per year due to replacement and about 20 openings per year due to job growth, resulting in a total of 200 additional jobs between 2006 and 2016.

Throughout Texas, employment of medical and public health social workers should grow by 2,200 jobs or 28 percent between 2006 and 2016. The state will have about 165 openings per year due to replacement and about 225 openings per year due to job growth.

The top industries that employ medical and public health social workers, according to the Texas Workforce Commission, include:
During 2009, the average wage for medical and public health social workers in Dallas was $23.44 per hour, while the average wage throughout Texas was $22.85 per year and the average wage across the nation was $23.24 per hour.


Friday, November 12, 2010


Jobs in Vermont Supported by Rural Community Funding

A new round of funding aimed at developing rural communities will support jobs in Vermont.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development recently announced that it will invest more than $228.8 million worth of grants from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in the State of Vermont.

Of that funding, $106.4 million will go to small businesses, water and wastewater infrastructure, community facilities, and housing. The remaining $122.4 million will go toward broadband infrastructure in an effort to bring better service to rural communities.

A recent report from Dallas Tonsager, under secretary for USDA Rural Development, found that the agency's distribution of loans and grants from the ARRA has helped many rural residents throughout the nation and created hundreds of thousands of jobs.

So far, Rural Development has awarded $21.2 billion in stimulus funding through 95,000 loans and 2,500 grants. That funding has created or saved more than 300,000 jobs and benefited millions of business owners, agricultural producers, Internet users, and homeowners.

"With Rural Development's loans and grants we have leveraged our Recovery Act funds to ensure the greatest bang for the taxpayer's buck, allowing our agency to make unprecedented and lasting investments in rural America," Tonsager said. "I am proud of what we have accomplished over the last two years toward building livable, innovative and sustainable rural communities."

During September, Vermont's unemployment rate dropped to 5.8 percent after remaining at 6 percent for three consecutive months, keeping it well below the national rate at the time of 9.6 percent.

The state had a total non-farm employment of 293,800 workers during September, which is down from 294,100 workers during August and a .2 percent decrease from last year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.


Monday, November 08, 2010


Family Therapist Jobs Available

Here is presently a fervent demand for family therapist jobs.

Matrimony and relatives therapists trade with persons, homes, groups of two people, and more than one person to find and handle countless mental and emotional disfunctions. Their goals are to help relatives alter their view of things and behaviors, improve communication and intellect amidst home members, and prevent problems.

These individuals are individual from normal therapy folks because they focus most on knowing a person's symptoms and actions within their present-day environment rather than finding a particular internal head fight.

Whilst the quantity of advancement necessary to become a therapy employee changes by state, a number of therapist laborers acquire at least a master level's degree. In addition, all states want wedding and relations therapy laborers to achieve the right authorization so they are capable to start practicing.

When a therapy person's labor surroundings often vary depending on their interest, most workers labor in an agency where they are capable to go to see their patients on a repeated time-frame. These departments are regularly established in a not public office, population health office, daytime healing platform spot, or infirmary.

Thither were in the region of 27,300 wedlock and household therapy people within the U.S.A. throughout 2008, and that amount is to be expected to advance by 14 pct by 2018, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Many therapists are personally-employed and vocation in organization offices or concealed offices.

As of 2008, the average salary for wedlock and home therapist workers was $44,590 per year. The bottom 10 pct of workers brought in fewer than $27,810 per year and the high 10 percent of individuals were paid more than $70,830 per twelvemonth.

One-year wages were the best for employees functioning in:


Wednesday, November 03, 2010


Denver Finance Jobs for Statisticians

If you like working with numbers, you may want to consider becoming a statistician, one of the many Denver finance jobs (Click here) available.

Statisticians use their knowledge of mathematics to design surveys and experiments; collect, process, and analyze data; interpret results from surveys and experiments; and create opinion polls. They may specialize in bio-statistics, agricultural statistics, business statistics, economic statistics, or other fields.

Most applicants for statistician jobs should have a master's degree in statistics or mathematics, although research and academic positions usually require a Ph.D., and jobs with the federal government only require a bachelor's degree.

There were about 22,600 statisticians throughout the nation during 2008, and that number is expected to increase by 13 percent by 2018, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

About 20 percent of employees work for the federal government; while 10 percent work in state and local governments; and the remainder work in the private industry for scientific research development services, insurance carriers, and pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing.

Employment of statisticians in the Denver area is anticipated to grow from 222 workers during 2009 to 233 workers by 2019, resulting in 11 additional jobs and an average annual increase of .5 percent, according to the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment.

The top industries that employed statisticians in the Denver area during 2009 include:
The average wage for statisticians in the Denver are was $32.38 per hour or $67,359 per year during 2009, while the average entry-level wage was $24.48 per hour or $50,920 per year.


Tuesday, November 02, 2010


Houston Retail Jobs at Walmart

One of the most popular stores in the nation is creating hundreds of Houston retail jobs (Click here).

The recent opening of a new Walmart at the Northline Commons shopping center in North Houston not only marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season, but more importantly creates hundreds of new jobs for local residents.

"We are grateful for the opportunities that Walmart brings to the Northside neighborhood of Houston," Congressman Gene Green said. "Walmart brings us a beautiful new shopping opportunity, over 400 new jobs, new tax revenues, and unparalleled corporate generosity in the local community. We welcome Walmart as a win/win for both the shoppers and for our Northside community."

Other stores and restaurants at the shopping center - many of which are hiring for the holiday season - include:

Northline Commons has undergone a transformation during the last three years in an effort to provide a more shopper-friendly and convenient retail space. Some of those renovations include easier parking, easier shopping, improved safety, and an improved landscape.

"Our shoppers are busy families," Jeff Procell, general manager of Northline Commons, said. "They know that they can come to Northline Commons and save time and money here. They can do their shopping and errands quickly in a safe and pleasant environment, and then relax and enjoy a meal in one of our restaurants."



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