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6.06.11 In this report: 6,628+ Hidden Jobs revealed (2,935 Hidden Jobs in U.S.A. / 3,693+ Hidden International Jobs ) If a company announces that they are planning to hire hundreds of people, why wait for the roles to hit the want-ads? Why not network with people in the company that are hiring enmasse now?

HIDDEN USA JOBS NOTEWORTHY: General Motors said Tuesday that it would invest $2 billion in its factories in the United States to meet gradually growing demand for its products in the aftermath of its government-sponsored bankruptcy. The company said its plans to upgrade 17 plants in eight states would create or save more than 4,000 jobs. G.M.’s chief executive, Daniel F. Akerson, made the announcement at a transmission plant in this northern Ohio city, where the company will spend $204 million and retain 250 jobs. | Source: 300 Jobs for VA Gov. Jay Nixon swung through Columbia today to recognize VA Mortgage Center for its rapid job growth and announce the company’s plans to add another 300 jobs over the next five years with the assistance of $6.1 million in state incentives. The company, founded in 2002 by Brant and Brock Bukowsky and Nate Long, specializes in underwriting and financing loans partially guaranteed by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Already this year, it has added almost 100 jobs and opened a third local office to house its nearly 500 employees. Since the end of 2007, the company has grown from 109 employees and $3.8 million in loan volume to more than 480 employees and $1.1 billion in loans. ― has been wildly successful since its founding nine years ago, helping to ensure that our nation’s military veterans‖ can get affordable loans, Nixon said in a statement. The company signed a notice of intent with Missouri indicating it will create 300 new jobs over five years, Department of Economic Development spokesman John Fougere said. | Source:

1,400 Jobs for CO The Saint Joseph Hospital redevelopment project will create 1,400 constructionrelated jobs annually and contribute $340 million in labor compensation from now until the day it opens in December 2014, officials with Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital and Denver Mayor Guillermo V. Vidal announced Thursday. The campus redevelopment, known as the Saint Joseph Heritage Project, is projected to infuse $13.6 million yearly to the city of Denver and $8 million annually to the state of Colorado in taxes, according to the economic study conducted by the BBC Research & Consulting for Saint Joseph. | Source: 1,000 Jobs for Indiana Honda will double its workforce at the Indiana plant with the hiring of 1000 new employees by the end of the year to add a second shift to the plant’s capacity. Since opening in 2008, the Greensburg plant has only run one shift, but when a second shift is added, the plant will have the ability to build 200,000 Civics annually. Honda has seen increased demand for its compact Civic lineup, which was already its second-best seller after the Accord. With demand for the new 2012 model up 17 percent, the company hopes to be able to satisfy consumer demand. | Source: READ: Social Networking for Career Success

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135 Jobs for NC Mitsubishi Nuclear Energy Systems Inc. will locate its main engineering center in Charlotte, N.C., creating 135 jobs over the next five years. Gov. Beverly Perdue and company officials announced the move Tuesday. The company will help build nuclear power plants for U.S. utilities from its Charlotte location. The average pay for the Mitsubishi Nuclear Energy Systems jobs will be more than $100,000 a year, not including benefits, almost twice the average annual wage in Mecklenburg County of $52,000. The company will receive a Job Development Investment Grant of almost $3 million if it meets certain targets. The company is eligible for a grant equal to 60 percent of state personal income withholding taxes from the creation of new jobs for each of the nine years in which it meets performance goals. | Source: 100 Jobs for CO COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Entegris, a technology manufacturing company, announced Thursday that it will hire 100 new employees within five years. The company made the announcement in front of Colorado Springs and El Paso County leaders at the Antlers Hilton. Entegris leaders said the company is expanding its advanced technology facility at 1555 Garden of the Gods Road. According to the company’s Vice President Bill Shaner, the expansion is estimated to cost between $10 million and $15 million. Shaner said his company manufactures a wide range of products including semiconductors, microelectronics, alternative energy and life sciences. The company has had a location in Colorado Springs for 19 years and currently employs 200 people. | Source: HIDDEN INTERNATIONAL JOBS 200 Jobs for Lebanon LEBANON, Mo — A Lebanon company that makes metal stamping and fabricated components for a broad range of industries is significantly expanding its operations for the second time in two years, Gov. Jay Nixon announced Friday. Detroit Tool and Metal Products, which is nearing the completion of its first expansion that is creating 125 jobs, is also planning a second major expansion that will create another 75 new local positions. The Governor was joined by company leadership and local officials today at the company’s facility in Lebanon. Detroit Tool and Metal Products’ first expansion consolidated a former facility in Iowa with its existing operation in Lebanon, a 77,000 square-foot building that the company leases from the city of Lebanon. That first expansion has already created 115 new jobs on the way to 125. The company’s second expansion will involve constructing a 35,000 square-foot addition, which will create another 75 new jobs. | Source:

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158+ Jobs for Ireland ON THE eve of European Fish Week, Minister for the Marine Simon Coveney has approved State aid for a seafood processing initiative which is expected to create 158 new jobs. The aid of €1.7 million has been approved as part of a total €7.4 million investment in seafood processing, Mr Coveney said in Killybegs, Co Donegal, yesterday. AtlanFish in Donegal, Rockabill Shellfish in Dublin and Fastnet Mussels in Cork are among the companies targeted for the coastal initiative which is forecast to create 158 jobs. The Minister also published a separate new jobs plan for Killybegs port which could create an additional 250 jobs in the area by 2014. | Source: 160 Jobs for UK A SUPERMARKET giant is planing a new £25million store in Gloucester. Tesco is going to demolish its existing St Oswald’s Retail Park store and create a new one three times the size. The move will create 160 new jobs, providing a massive boost to the city’s economy. The firm is going to use the land on the current site as a car park, with 900 spaces available, and has pledged the new 113,000 sq ft store will have a ―striking design‖. The flagship building will sit on land directly behind the existing one. The plans have been lauded as ―a vote of confidence in Gloucester‖. The new store is expected to be up and running by November next year with an expanded range of groceries, food and non-food items. | Source: 125 Jobs for Dublin One of the fastest-growing cloud computing companies in Silicon Valley, Marketo, is to create 125 new jobs in Dublin over the next three years. The company is building a team to deliver marketing automation and sales effectiveness solutions across Europe. Through an initiative supported by the Irish Government through IDA Ireland, recruitment is already under way for graduates and experienced staff covering sales, marketing, support, consulting, development and back office positions. Marketo, which grew sales by more than 300pc last year, specialises in Revenue Performance Management, which enables marketing and sales teams to collaborate to build predictable revenues. | Source: 150 Jobs for Sharjah SHARJAH – His Highness Shaikh Dr Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, has given directives to create 150 new jobs in various government departments in the Eastern Region of the emirate, and to appoint citizens to fill those posts. The gesture reflects the Ruler’s keenness to support young citizens in their careers and provide them with sources of income enabling them to set up their own lives after the completion of education. The Ruler has also given directives to the Human Resources Department to supervise the appointment to these positions

after necessary procedure to select the eligible and skilled candidates. The newly created positions will equally be divided among citizens in various parts of the Eastern Region according to their educational qualifications in various disciplines. | Source: 900 Jobs for Scotland The giant online retailer Amazon is to bring another 900 jobs to Scotland in its second major expansion here this year Online retailer Amazon has announced its second major expansion in Scotland this year. The company is to set up a customer services centre in Edinburgh, creating 500 permanent and 400 temporary jobs. The new centre will handle customer queries for the group and technical support for its e-book reader, Kindle, and its MP3 services. In January, Amazon announced 950 more full-time jobs in Dunfermline and Gourock. Amazon is to get a grant of £1.8m from Scottish Enterprise to help train new staff and fit-out the Edinburgh centre, located at Waverley Gate, the former Post Office building in Waterloo Place. The company said it had chosen Edinburgh because of the financial support from the enterprise body and the availability of a high-quality workforce. The new centre will open in August, a few months before Amazon’s new fulfilment centre in Dunfermline. | Source: 2,000+ Jobs in Singapore and China HSBC said on Tuesday it plans to hire at least 2,000 people in mainland China and Singapore over the next five years, as the UK-based banking giant continues its expansion in the Asian-Pacific region, the fastest-growing part of its business. The bank, which moved its chief executive’s office to Hong Kong from London in 2010, said it will add at least 200 staff in China annually until 2016, as well as another 1,000 people in Singapore over that time. HSBC said it would add staff across the board, and didn’t detail hiring plans for specific areas. The bank currently has about 5,000 employees in China and 3,500 in Singapore. In the past decade, HSBC has invested more than $5bn in mainland China. That includes eight billion yuan ($1.2bn) worth of registered capital in HSBC China, its Chinese unit, as well as buying stakes in several Chinese financial institutions, including life insurer Ping An Insurance of China Ltd and Bank of Communications. HSBC’s business in China has grown rapidly in recent years. The bank now has around 100 outlets across two dozen cities, compared with fewer than 30 outlets in mid-2006, a year before China fully opened its banking industry to overseas competition. | Source: END REPORT The Hidden Job Report was researched and prepared by Jim Stroud. (C) 2011. All rights reserved. | Click here to submit a tip for The Hidden Job Report. | Subscribe to The Hidden Job Report to get weekly report via email.

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