More Dallas hospitality jobs (Click here
) were added last month than jobs in any other industry.
During June, the unemployment rate in Texas rose to 8.2 percent after holding steady at 8 percent for the previous two months. Despite the increase, the state's rate is still lower than the national average of 9.2 percent. The Dallas
area had an unemployment rate of 7.9 percent during May.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
, the Dallas-Plano-Irving area employed a total of 2,075,400 workers during June, which is up from 2,070,600 workers during May and a 2.4 percent increase from last year.
Industries that added workers on a monthly basis
- Leisure and hospitality - 2,600 jobs
- Financial activities - 2,100 jobs
- Mining, logging, and construction - 1,500 jobs
- Manufacturing - 1,200 jobs
- Trade, transportation, and utilities - 900 jobs
- Education and health services - 700 jobs
- Other services - 600 jobs
- Information - 300 jobs
Industries that saw an over-the-year increase in employment include:
- Professional and business services - 5.6 percent
- Mining, logging, and construction - 5.3 percent
- Financial activities - 5.3 percent
- Education and health services - 5.1 percent
- Leisure and hospitality - 2.2 percent
- Trade, transportation, and utilities - 1.7 percent
Labels: Dallas hospitality jobs
Local job seekers looking for everything from Phoenix sales jobs
to the IT jobs Tempe
has to offer may want to consider working with the most popular online retailer.
recently announced its plans to open a new fulfillment center in Phoenix. The new facility will bring hundreds of new full-time and seasonal jobs to the area
The 1.2 million-square-foot facility will be the company's fourth in the Phoenix
area. Amazon owns more than 4 million square feet of space in the area, and in addition to the new facility, also recently announced plans to build a 400,000-square-foot expansion on one facility.
"We continue to expand Amazon's presence in Arizona, adding hundreds of additional jobs at our new facility," Dave Clark, vice president of Amazon North American Operations, said in a statement. "We're grateful to ... state officials who have demonstrated their commitment to Amazon jobs and investment."
Amazon is currently looking for people to fill hourly positions in picking, packing and receiving/shipping. The company also is hiring for operations, safety, human resources, and technical support management positions.
Employees will receive a comprehensive benefits package that includes: medical and dental insurance; company-paid vision, life, and disability insurance; paid vacation; annual stock grants; and a 401(k) retirement plan with company match.
Labels: IT jobs Tempe, Phoenix sales jobs
Of the four sites that comprise the CT job board network
, FairfieldCountyJobs.com (the flagship site) has always been the leader when it comes to finding CT jobs
. This is because Fairfield County is the leader in state for job creation. Over 1 in 4 jobs in Connecticut are created here.
The Fairfield County region is dominated by many large companies such as UBS (they employ over 2,000 in Stamford), GE which has many offices around the region, and other cool companies like Priceline.com
The New Haven-Waterbury region would be the second largest. This area is much more blue collar with lots of little manufacturing firms alongside large institutions such as Yale University which is New Haven's largest employer. Other interesting companies include the headquarters of sandwich giant SUBWAY who is also hiring
round out the list. You'll find many insurance jobs in Hartford
and New London offers the casinos and other tourist attractions for employment opportunities.
Labels: Connecticut Jobs
The unemployment rate in New York City is currently at 8.6% according to the stet DOL. But ebeven though government jobs are losing steam due to layoffs private sector jobs are inching up. With tomorrows release of the national rate we should see another uptick in NYC job listings
If you work in information technology in the NY area you can pretty much write your own ticket. The market for IT professionals is really hot right now especially for we and mobile app developers.
FDM Group located in Manhattan is an example of one such firm hiring in IT. They just posted several entry level roles including;Entry Level Software Developer
- candidates must possess Information Technology, Computer Science, Numerate or Business related degree. Entry Level Trade Floor Support Analyst
- if you want to work in IT on Wall Street this is your chance.
Another firm, Fusebox is seeking a skilled, experienced back-end web developer/engineer
with PHP/ASP skills to join our team, either on a contract, or contract-to-hire basis. The position will be based on-site at our New York office.
Labels: New York jobs, nyc jobs