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Career Builder - Jobs listings increasing and more companies hiring

Career Builder - Jobs listings increasing and more companies hiring

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(Best Syndication News) - CareerBuilder announced that job listings are up in all categories for 2011. The job listing company has a survey of employers hiring new workers. According to CareerBuilder the survey conducted by Harris Interactive© between February 21 and March 10, 2011 and there were more employers who said they were hiring more employees. CareerBuilder is optimistic saying that the “momentum is expected to continue” for the second quarter of 2011.

In the 1st quarter of 2011 there was 28 percent of the employers who actually added headcount to their business. In addition, 23 percent of employers surveyed had expectations for hiring full-time permanent position workers during the first quarter of the year. There was 10 percent surveyed that decreased their headcount of workers in the first quarter compared to the same time last year it was 12 percent. The remaining 62 percent surveyed said there was not change in the number of workers. The remaining one percent were undecided about the worker count.

Earn Cash Prizes for solving the Government's Problems

Earn Cash Prizes for solving US Government Problems

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(Best Syndication News) - Want to make some extra cash? Think you have a good solution to the problems faced by the US government? There is a website that has been set up by the US government for the general public to come up with ideas for many projects. If they select your idea, you could earn some serious cash. Some problems are more difficult to solve than others, such as NASA's Green Flight Challenge. But there are several smaller challenges that many average citizens can participate in, for instance a healthy food recipe for kids contest that will pay out a total of $12,000 to several participants that are chosen.

The website is at Challenge.gov, and currently it has 52 different contests with prizes ranging in the thousands to the millions of dollars. There are challenges for Science & Technology, Health, Energy & Environment, Education, Personal and Public Safety, Defense, International Affairs, Economy, and Jobs.

Amazon is hiring for Temporary Seasonal Holiday Work in Kentucky and Nevada Locations

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(Best Syndication News) - Amazon.com announced that they will be hiring thousands of holiday workers at three of their fulfillment centers – Campbellsville, Kentucky; Lexington, Kentucky; and Las Vegas, Nevada.

There will be thousands of full and part time positions for the holiday season said Amazon at their Campellsville, Kentucky fulfillment center. You only need to have a high school diploma or a GED, be able to stand, walk and lift often, and be able to pass a background check. The jobs are in their shipping and receiving where they need extra help with packaging and picking orders.
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Sprint is hiring with 100 job openings near Denver

Sprint is hiring with 100 job openings near Denver

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(Best Syndication News) - Sprint announced that they are looking to hire and have up to 100 job openings at their Englewood, Colorado center. The company said that they are looking to hire between 80 to 100 people to fill this location by the end of the year.

Sprint will be having a special on-site hiring event on August 31, 2010 starting at 7 a.m. and ending at 6 p.m. The location of the facility is at 333 Inverness Drive South in Englewood, Colorado. They are looking for a variety of skills including management, business wireless customer care, and technical support, to name a few.

The reason for the new hiring is the company is expecting an increase in Sprint's new 4G supported phones and devices. The 4G network will be coming to Denver soon.

To find out more about the job openings at Sprint at this location you can visit www.sprint.com/careers, then click on "Call Centers", and then look for Req # 100215.

Toyota now Hiring at Blue Springs, Mississippi Plant

Toyota now Hiring at Blue Springs, Mississippi Plant

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(Best Syndication News) - Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi Inc. (TMMMS) announced that they will begin hiring again in their Blue Springs Mississippi pant. Toyota Motor Corporation decided in February of 2007 to have an assembly plant in northern Mississippi and had plans to create 2,000 jobs. There was a delay in 2008 because of the slowed economy in producing the Toyota Corolla models at the new plant. But now the company announced that they will continue on the plans for producing the vehicles in the automobile manufacturing plant which will begin in the fall of 2011.

The plans include hiring employees to work at the plant. TMMMS is working with the Mississippi Department of Employment Security (MDES) and the Workforce Investment Network (WIN) Job Centers for hiring their hourly production and skilled maintenance job positions. Interested job applicants can also go to www.mdes.ms.gov to apply online as well as going to WIN Job Centers located in the state of Mississippi.

To apply for a salaried position at the Mississippi plant you can apply at www.toyota.com/jobs.

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