Industry News - September 2012

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Retailers look to temporary staffing agencies for seasonal work
Retailers look to temporary staffing agencies for seasonal work

Retailers are already preparing for the seasonal hiring rush.

Skills shortage: All smoke and no fire
Skills shortage: All smoke and no fire

Aerotek survey questions validity of supposed skills shortage

Oil and gas industry promises higher employment
Oil and gas industry promises higher employment

If Colorado wells can produce enough oil, there could be an energy staffing boom waiting.

Manufacturing staffing to pick up in Illinois on new training programs
Manufacturing staffing to pick up in Illinois on new training programs

Many Illinois manufacturers could see a spike in hiring thanks to new training grants.

Employment opportunities abound for science majors
Employment opportunities abound for science majors

Graduates with science-related degrees have more options than they think.

Employment still struggling in many U.S. metro areas
Employment still struggling in many U.S. metro areas

Jobs data in several U.S. cities is still somewhat discouraging.

Call center staffing grows with new facilities
Call center staffing grows with new facilities

Companies across the country are creating jobs by increasing staffing at call centers.

Patience is a virtue when it comes to hiring

In today's hiring environment, commitment and patience can mean finding the perfect candidate.

Solar energy systems installations still going strong
Solar energy systems installations still going strong

Solar energy systems don't appear to be falling in popularity.

Temp jobs make up large portion of new positions
Temp jobs make up large portion of new positions

The bulk of all jobs that have been created since the recession have been temporary.

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