discoverynews
discoverynews:

Interesting infographic! It would seem there are openings in a lot of arenas. Back in my home state of Michigan, things were really terrible in 2008. Even the tiny businesses and restaurants pulled their “help wanted” signs out of their windows. Now they’re starting to re-appear…
Are you seeing more help wanted signs in your hometown?

I’m sorry to disappoint, but everyone in the South has realized that they can get a check from “Uncle Sam” without working, so those jobs will probably stay open.
BTW, I’m from Alabama. I know.
thedailyfeed:

The number of U.S. job openings in June climbed to 3.8 million, a level not seen since the summer of 2008. But many available jobs are going unfilled. 

Although almost 13 million people remain on unemployment rolls, U.S. companies and organizations have 3.8 million positions to fill, up from 3.2 million a year ago. For each open job in the country, there are only 3.4 job seekers.
“We’re in the healing process,” said Wells Fargo economist Sam Bullard. “But it’s going to take some time.”

discoverynews:

Interesting infographic! It would seem there are openings in a lot of arenas. Back in my home state of Michigan, things were really terrible in 2008. Even the tiny businesses and restaurants pulled their “help wanted” signs out of their windows. Now they’re starting to re-appear…

Are you seeing more help wanted signs in your hometown?

I’m sorry to disappoint, but everyone in the South has realized that they can get a check from “Uncle Sam” without working, so those jobs will probably stay open.

BTW, I’m from Alabama. I know.

thedailyfeed:

The number of U.S. job openings in June climbed to 3.8 million, a level not seen since the summer of 2008. But many available jobs are going unfilled

Although almost 13 million people remain on unemployment rolls, U.S. companies and organizations have 3.8 million positions to fill, up from 3.2 million a year ago. For each open job in the country, there are only 3.4 job seekers.

“We’re in the healing process,” said Wells Fargo economist Sam Bullard. “But it’s going to take some time.”

  1. dougcmatthews reblogged this from anomaly1
  2. deadheadingcrew reblogged this from discoverynews
  3. recycledfrockery reblogged this from ausetkmt
  4. thenoldtestament reblogged this from discoverynews
  5. pod313 reblogged this from ausetkmt
  6. ausetkmt reblogged this from thedailyfeed
  7. fyahblaze reblogged this from ausetkmt
  8. trxfreely reblogged this from thedailyfeed
  9. www-reblog reblogged this from discoverynews and added:
    Kur ASV strādāt?
  10. new-york-state-ov-mind reblogged this from thedailyfeed
  11. kcihtred2 reblogged this from cathymccaughan
  12. cburgoin reblogged this from thedailyfeed
  13. pinkballetflats reblogged this from discoverynews
  14. 2012swingstates reblogged this from thedailyfeed
  15. meowgosaurus reblogged this from discoverynews
  16. political-tea-lounge reblogged this from thedailyfeed
  17. anemphasisonclass reblogged this from thedailyfeed and added:
    And the South still has a bad name?
  18. cathymccaughan reblogged this from thedailyfeed
  19. nicole-lazar reblogged this from thedailyfeed
  20. howbyronic reblogged this from discoverynews
  21. currylingus reblogged this from discoverynews