6.20.11 In this report: 4,878+ Hidden Jobs revealed (2,698 Hidden Jobs in U.S.A. / 2,180 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?
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GOOD NEWS GOOD NEWS USA: Ohio adding jobs at promising pace Ohio employers have made a good start in restoring the number of jobs lost during the recession. Employers have added 70,000 jobs so far this year and 101,000 jobs since January 2010, when employment numbers began to improve in the state. Companies added 12,000 jobs in Ohio during May, according to figures released yesterday by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. | Source: http://bit.ly/mFJmRq GOOD NEWS INDIA: Head-hunters back in business as hiring picks up With job markets opening up and companies looking for more experienced hands, head-hunters are back. Cash registers at executive search firms are ticking as the demand for senior-level executives have shot up, especially after April.Traditionally, it forms only 15 per cent of the overall job market, but their share is now increasing and so is the business for these hiring agencies. At Executive Access, which specialises in top-level hiring, a growth of 60 per cent is expected this year. â€•Last year, we placed 128 senior-level employees. This year, we already have openings for as many as 30 senior positions in different companies,â€– Ronesh Poori, managing director, Executive Access, said. Buoyed by this performance, the firm has plans to expand its presence in Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai and Pune. | Source: http://bit.ly/lj7Av2
200 Jobs for NJ TRENTON — Chrysler Group LLC plans to invest $114 million in equipment and create 268 new jobs at the Trenton Engine Complex on Van Horn Road. The investment, announced Wednesday, includes using 400,000 square feet of the 2-million-square-foot building to produce parts for the engines made at its sister plant, Trenton South, which is next door. The old plant had stopped operations in May. ―As Chrysler Group moves to replace seven V-6 engines with the new Pentastar V-6, it has become necessary to add capacity on core components in order to meet the production demands of this new engine,‖ Brian Harlow, vice president and head of powertrain manufacturing, said in a press release. ―This investment has also given Trenton North, which has been building engines for nearly 60 years, a new lease on life.‖ At a special meeting Monday, the City Council unanimously approved a tax abatement request to support Chrysler’s use of the plant. | Source:http://bit.ly/jL5d2X 22 Jobs for VA Governor Bob McDonnell today announced that Presto Products Company, a manufacturer of plastic film and bags will invest $6 million to expand its operation in Halifax County. The company will add five new manufacturing lines, creating 22 new jobs. Speaking about today’s announcement, Governor McDonnell said, ―Presto’s investment and expansion of five manufacturing lines will allow for increased capacity, serving more customers from its facility in Halifax County. This project will not only increase the company’s competitiveness in its market, but also will help secure the future of the plant and 375 employees. | Source:http://bit.ly/krv0Sk
76 Jobs for NC AKG of American, which makes heat exchanges and cooling solutions, said Thursday that it will expand its plant in North Carolina’s Orange County, creating more than 75 jobs and investing more than $3 million over the next three years. Gov. Beverly Perdue said Thursday that AKG of America received a $100,000 grant from the One North Carolina fund for the expansion. The company plans to add 42,000 square feet to its manufacturing plant in Mebane, where it also has its North American headquarters and sales office. The average annual salary will be almost $43,000, plus benefits. The average annual wage in Orange County is almost $34,000. | Source:http://buswk.co/ kjj8EG 1,100 jobs for OH The battered Mansfield-area economy, hurt by declines in the auto industry, is poised to gain more than 1,000 jobs that also would help meet the growing demand for solar energy. The U.S. Department of Energy said yesterday it is offering a $275 million loan guarantee to Calisolar Inc. to locate a solar silicon plant in Ontario, just west of Mansfield in Richland County. Calisolar, a California-based company that supports the alternative-energy industry, plans to invest $752 million to create a manufacturing operation that would include a former General Motors stamping plant and new construction. Plans call for creating nearly 1,100 permanent jobs and up to 1,000 construction jobs. The estimated annual payroll would be $37 million, representing an average base wage of at least $45,000 a year. | Source: http://bit.ly/lPO9zQ 1,300 Jobs for Chicago United Airlines’ merger with Continental Airlines is bringing 1,300 additional workers to Chicago by the end of 2012. Jeff Smisek, CEO of Chicago-based United Continental Holdings Inc., parent company of the carriers, said most of the jobs are being transferred from cities around the country. The Friday announcement comes as United Continental Holdings Inc. works to combine the two airlines and workforces. The world’s largest carrier, formed when United and Continental merged in October, seeks to have a single operating certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration by the end of the year. | Source: http://trib.in/k6aoHr
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HIDDEN INTERNATIONAL JOBS 100 Jobs for Ireland Swedish technology and telecoms firm Ericsson is to create 100 software engineering jobs at its facility in Athlone, Co Westmeath. The jobs have been added to Ericsson’s presence in the town in order to boost the company’s research and development activities. Minister for Enterprise, Jobs and Innovation Richard Bruton described Ericsson’s strengthening of its RD activities in Ireland as ―a great vote of confidence‖ in Government policies and signalled that new incentives were on the way. | Source: http:// bit.ly/k3rHQy 2,000 Jobs for the UK TYNESIDE has won hundreds of new jobs – and it’s all thanks to our manufacturing skills. The Government announced a group led by Siemens had beaten Derby-based Bombardier Transportation’s consortium to be preferred bidder for the contract for 1,200 new carriages on the Thameslink route in South East England. Siemens says up to 2,000 new jobs will be created with around 600 highly skilled roles involved in making train components – including up to 300 at one of its plants in Hebburn, South Tyneside. The majority of jobs are expected to start in 2013 with the first new carriages arriving in 2015. Existing Thameslink carriages will be used to relieve rail overcrowding elsewhere. | Source: http://bit.ly/lvAnSV 80 Jobs for Scotland More than 80 new jobs have been promised at the Edinburgh Centre on Climate Change following a £1.6m injection from the Scottish government. Plans are in place to build a new home for the centre at Edinburgh University. Research into climate change and the development of low-carbon products and services will be carried out at the new base, due to open in 2013. The Scottish government’s capital investment secretary Alex Neil said the centre was ―good news for jobs‖. | Source:http://bbc.in/lsVmMT END REPORT The Hidden Job Report was researched and prepared by Jim Stroud. (C) 2011. All rights reserved. No part of this report can be reprinted or transmitted electronically or in print without the prior written authorization of Jim Stroud. | Click here to submit a tip for The Hidden Job Report. | Click here to subscribe to The Hidden Job Report.
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