Technology and consulting firms dominate the list.
According to rankings compiled by online employment website Glassdoor, physician, lawyer and research & development manager are the three best-paid jobs in the United States. The website also revealed that salary is a leading consideration for nearly seven in ten people when it comes to finding a suitable employer. Physicians are in top place […]
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Employers say they plan to hire 11% more fresh college graduates for U.S. jobs this year than last, according to a new survey.
Via Techcrunch …
It’s widely believed in policy circles that technology creates jobs around the U.S., especially outside the startup-happy zone of Silicon Valley. But, searching for statistical nuggets in a needlestack of words is daunting–and a little boring. So, technology lobby, Engine Advocacy, and the Bay Area Council Economic Institute, are here to inform and dazzle you with multi-colored graphs (plus some egregious copy and pasting on our part) [PDF].
Via SimplyHired …
Simply Hired® today released its August 2012 Employment Outlook, which reports nationwide job openings increased in July, with a 4.5% increase from June. Job openings increased in all 50 of the major metros, with Grand Rapids (9%) and Cleveland & Akron and Salt Lake City (both 8%, respectively) showing the largest increases.
Job openings increased in 14 of 18 industries in July. The largest growth came from hospitality (11%) and non-profit (9%). Occupations experiencing the largest growth in job openings were law enforcement, fire and safety (15.8%) and engineers (excluding computer) (14.1%).