Monthly Archives: September 2022

Australia Post recruits before Christmas, Amazon recruits 2,000 employees before Black Friday

Christmas is just under three months away and retailers are recruiting workers to join their businesses for what is expected to be a huge cybersales period. Australia Post is looking to recruit up to 6,000 new permanent and casual members in every state and territory, for a variety of roles. …

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13 jobs where most workers are happy with their pay

Andrey_Popov / Shutterstock.com In this age of the Great Resignation, it might be shocking that some people actually love their jobs — or at least the pay that comes with them. Recently, LinkedIn surveyed more than 32,000 professionals in the United States as part of the company’s Workforce Confidence Index. …

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Leland studies incentives to attract higher paying jobs

As Leland’s population continues to grow largely from retirees in planned housing estate communities, the city is now looking for ways to attract businesses that could provide gainful employment and support young residents and families. The city has approved a contract with Elkin-based Creative Economic Development to develop a 5-10 …

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Alicia Mae Lautzenheiser 2008-2022 | News, Sports, Jobs

COLEBROOK – Alicia Mae Lautzenheiser, 13, died Friday, September 23, 2022 at UH Geauga Hospital. She was born on November 30, 2008 in Painesville, daughter of Shawn and Christina Herbster Lautzenheiser. Alicia Mae was in eighth grade at Grand Valley Middle School, where she played volleyball. She loved participating with …

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Here are 5 of the highest paying cybersecurity jobs

BY Lake SydneySeptember 26, 2022, 1:59 p.m. Graduates await commencement of commencement ceremonies at California State University, Los Angeles, as seen in May 2022. (Photo by Brittany Murray—MediaNews Group/Long Beach Press-Telegram/Getty Images) Cyberattacks and data breaches are increasingly prevalent, and large companies are not immune. Transportation tech giant Uber recently …

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Launch of the Challenge program at Indian Creek HS | News, Sports, Jobs

WINTERSVILLE — The Challenge program will begin another year at Indian Creek High School with assemblies scheduled for Tuesday. Students will gather in the auditorium beginning around 11 a.m., where officials from business partner and sponsor Huntington Bank will discuss the program and present awards to participants for …

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Letter: UK employment ‘miracle’ ignores unpaid carers

Camilla Cavendish’s analysis of the reasons for the recent increase in the number of 50 to 64 year olds counted as “economically inactive” (Opinion, 17 September) does not go far enough. Britain’s jobs ‘miracle’ does indeed ‘hide some uncomfortable truths’, but attributing it to the growing number of people in …

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The threat of depreciation of banking jobs and bonuses

For several months, investment bankers have kept their spirits up by telling themselves that the deals will come back, they have to come back, because private equity funds and LBO sponsors still have significant funds to implement. But the latest news from Citrix’s privatization deal is not encouraging. Citrix was …

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COVID-19: Get vaccinated and get booster shots | News, Sports, Jobs

Maybe President Joe Biden could have chosen his words a little better on “60 mins” when he said “The pandemic is over.” But then again, one can understand the political expediency of making such a statement as voters prepare to head to the polls. Biden was a little …

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Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act: DOI | Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

The Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act (otherwise known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, or BIL), which was signed into law by President Joe Biden on November 15, 2021, has made historic investments in American infrastructure. The various US Department of the Interior (DOI) grant programs for land management and environmental …

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Falck Northwest ending its operations in Washington; 123 jobs cut

A recent screenshot from the Falck Northwest website. Falck is closing its operations in Washington this year. Falck United States/ North West Falck A local emergency medical services company has filed closure plans for its two Washington state offices with the state Department of Employment Security. According to the state’s …

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Sugar tax creates thousands of jobs and livelihoods…

In his budget speech in February, Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana announced the decision to increase the health promotion tax (sugar tax). This increase came four years after the introduction of the sugar tax in 2018, causing considerable damage to the sugar industry and in the absence of any evidence showing …

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Taste the local rainbow | News, Sports, Jobs

Tucked away next to Dikken’s Furniture & Decorating and Timmerman Taekwondo Studio on Blue Earth’s Main Street is Rainbow Food Co-op. Founded in 1979, the cooperative has been an integral part of Blue Earth for over 40 years. Nevertheless, director Steve Tenney suspects that there are …

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Some jobs will not recover from the pandemic recession. This could be a good thing for workers.

The United States may be back to record employment, but jobs look completely different from the pre-pandemic norm. !function(){“use strict”;window.addEventListener(“message”,(function(e){if(void 0!==e.data[“datawrapper-height”]){var t=document.querySelectorAll(“iframe”);for(var a in e.data[“datawrapper-height”])for(var r=0;r For starters, many in-person service sectors are still struggling to return to pre-pandemic employment levels. Travel arrangement and reservation services are a far cry …

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How the jobs summit focused on gender equality

Political results will require more work While there is consensus that something needs to be done to remove barriers to women’s participation in the labor market, including improving access to and affordability of childcare services, The reality is that implementing these policy reforms will require more analysis, consultation and time. …

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The Orchester symphonique de Minot begins its 97th season | News, Sports, Jobs

The Minot Symphony Orchestra will open its 97th season on Saturday, September 24 at 7 p.m. at MSU’s Ann Nicole Nelson Hall. According to the symphonic association, the opening of the season, “And all that,” will feature familiar jazz tunes that will have the audience dancing in their …

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Jobs for right brains

Questions about right-brained and left-brained people have been around since the 1980s. People have discussed this topic, written books about it, and come to several conclusions regarding right-brain and left-brain tendencies. . Although you may not have thought about this too deeply before, it helps to know if you are …

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Ultimate Solutions USA will create 30 jobs in Gahanna

Ultimate Solutions USA, a global company specializing in validation, serialization, industrial automation and compliance for the life science industries, has expanded to central Ohio. Based in Puerto Rico, with offices in Madrid and Louisville, Kentucky, the company made an initial investment of $300,000, with the goal of providing 30 well-paying …

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Here are the top 10 jobs rated by Gen Z employees: Report

Are you a Gen Z worker looking for a new job but not sure where to start? Or maybe you’re an employer looking to age your workforce. Either way, you’ve come to the right place. Glassdoor has shared a new report that examines the roles, companies and cities Gen Z …

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New jobs as multinational opens European headquarters in Newcastle West

ORTEC Inc., a leading provider of custom formulation and manufacturing services to the life science industry, officially opened its European headquarters, manufacturing and operations center in Newcastle West this morning. It is hoped that the plant will employ up to 100 people. The company has already started hiring and will …

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Celebrity writer/journalist (photos)

Monsters and Critics, one of the leading entertainment sites on the Internet, is hiring! If you are a talented writer/reporter and love the world of celebrities and influencers, come join us. We are looking to expand our pool of freelancers to help fill shifts by writing photo stories about …

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Seasonal jobs in the Evansville area for 2022

Believe it or not, three quarters of 2022 is behind us and the holiday season will begin in a few months. For many businesses, this means hopefully big business as customers start looking for gift ideas for everyone on their list. It also means they will need extra hands on …

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9 Most In-Demand IT Jobs in Manufacturing

The manufacturing industry is experiencing its “fourth industrial revolution”, with manufacturers focusing on using IT to stay competitive and meet the demand for digital services that can enhance their physical goods. Sensors, AI and robotics are key Manufacturing 4.0 technologies that have fueled data strategies aimed at identifying inefficiencies, streamlining …

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Gen Z is looking for tech, the purpose of trucking jobs

At Melton Truck Lines (CCJ Top 250, No. 84) drivers can take their time home anywhere in the country. It was a big selling point for Zeno B., a Gen Z driver from Texas who joined Melton at age 21 in May 2021. “He was able to see cities he …

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Whisper networks help workers find jobs

Today, there are a growing number of private channels like this that allow professionals to network, solve problems, and enhance their careers. Many of them are on Slack, with technicians in particular using the collaboration tool they use every day at work to form online communities. Employees in these networks …

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Bears lead 49ers 19-10 | News, Sports, Jobs

CHICAGO – Justin Fields threw for two touchdowns in the second half, Eddie Jackson set up a TD with an interception and the Chicago Bears gave Matt Eberflus a win in his head coaching debut, beating the San Francisco 49ers 19-10 on a rainy Sunday. Fields shook off …

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Law Jobs Flexible Hours: Thriving in a World of Uncertainty – Part 1 | Balance seeking consultants

Confessions of a Legal Recruiter — Is Remote Work Dead? This is the first part of a two-part series offering insight into how law firms and lawyers are finding ways to work in the turbulent world of uncertainty. We live in unprecedented times, during this global pandemic, law firms have …

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Buckeye PRIDE local high school building | News, Sports, Jobs

CONNORVILLE – Buckeye Local High School is building PRIDE among its Panther family with fundraising to improve and beautify the site. Principal Lucas Parsons said more than $9,600 has been raised so far through the PRIDE campaign, primarily from individuals and organizations, but businesses can also contribute and …

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UPS seasonal jobs do not require maintenance

huettenhoelscher / iStock.com Do you have 25 minutes to spare? UPS might have a job for you. The company said it would hire 100,000 seasonal workers before the holidays, adding that 80% of seasonal positions do not require maintenance. See: Searches for dog-friendly workplaces increase as people return to the …

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California in the middle of a heat wave | News, Sports, Jobs

LOS ANGELES — California faces its greatest risk of outages this year as a brutal heatwave continues to blanket the state with triple-digit temperatures. State energy officials said electric load Tuesday afternoon could top 51,000 megawatts, the highest demand the state has ever seen. As people turn on …

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Altercation leads to multiple charges | News, Sports, Jobs

A townsman is facing multiple charges after he allegedly broke into a house and fought with residents. John Paul Mattiello, 39, was visibly intoxicated when he knocked on the door of a house in the 300 block of Bell Avenue, residents told police, and after being ordered going …

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Houston tops Texas as the No. 1 city for tech job growth, new report finds

Famous Texas Jewelry Star Kendra ScottThe ability to juggle a work-life balance is truly impressive. The founder of her eponymous billion-dollar brand is a newlywed, about to file her first memoir, Born to Shine: Do Good, Find Your Joy, and Build a Life You Love, and will return as a …

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The 10 highest rated jobs by Gen Z workers, according to Glassdoor

If your company is looking for a corporate recruiter, chances are a lot of your candidates are Gen Z, according to a new report. In their recent report, “A Change of Pace for Gen Z Employees Entering the Workforce,” Glassdoor analyzed its company reviews database to examine which roles, companies, …

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Alan L. Stewart | News, Sports, Jobs

Alan L. Stewart Alan L. Stewart, 58, of Fredonia, NY, died Aug. 25 after a brief illness. He came to terms with the fact that his illness was terminal by focusing on simple pleasures and savoring every moment he could spend on his property he called his sanctuary. Despite the …

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“We’re going to lose a lot of jobs and businesses are going to close” – Fitzgerald on the energy crisis

Irish MEP Frances Fitzgerald calls on the EU to create a price shield to protect small businesses from rising energy prices. EU energy ministers are due to meet in Brussels this week in response to the growing crisis. Former Justice Minister Fitzgerald said she has heard from countless small business …

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Famous Game Designers’ Surprising First Jobs

Our favorite games are often synonymous with our favorite game designers. But not everyone jumped into the turbulent waters of game making right away. We’ve rounded up three of our favorite “before they were famous” stories from some of the biggest names in the gaming industry. Sid Meier Any civil …

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People should ‘take informed risks’ by changing jobs now

Daniel Zhao, an economist at Glassdoor, said it was “still a good time to find a new job”. But for the job change, Zhao said “it’s important to take informed risks” with things appearing to be slowing down. The United States added 315,000 nonfarm payrolls in August and 11.2 million …

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Stock market rally falters, dollar retreats as US employment fades

US stocks rally fades on concerns over rate hike Russia drops Saturday deadline to resume gas supply route to Germany weighs on market US jobs data shows easing in labor market The dollar retreats from its 24-year high against the yen Oil is recovering, up more than 2% NEW YORK, …

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Why a higher unemployment rate can be a good thing

Catherine McQueen | time | Getty Images Why the unemployment rate rose in August The jobless rate rose 0.2 percentage points from 3.5% in July – a level that tied with the start of 2020 as the best since 1969. The upward movement in August was largely attributable to hundreds …

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Hospitals cut jobs and services as rising costs weigh on budgets | app

Bozeman Health had a problem, a problem that health system officials with hospitals and clinics in southwestern Montana said they had been building for months. It had weathered the toughest trials of the COVID-19 pandemic, but lost employees and paid a premium to traveling workers to fill the void. Inflation …

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