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Companies Hiring for New JOBS in November 2010 – Get Hired Now

Who’s hiring in November 2010
The most recently released unemployment rate has 9.6 percent of Americans actively looking for a job. On the one hand, this figure has been unfortunately higher in the past, so the slow march to recovery continues. Therefore anytime the number decrease instead of increases is cause for cautious optimism.

On the other hand, 9.6 percent of Americans and millions of other discouraged job seekers who have given up can’t find jobs. The recovery may be here, but it’s moving far too slowly for workers who have bills to pay today. Along with the rest of the country, we’ll keep our eyes on the economy in hopes that unemployment dwindles and job creation booms.

Although some organizations are still feeling the pinch of the recession, others are still trying to meet the demands of their customers. To help with your job search, we put together a list of the companies that have positions they need to fill this month. These employers are looking for talented workers to help their business stand out and grow.

Here are the companies hiring in November:

ACE Cash Express
Industry: Financial Services
Number of openings: 511
Sample job titles: Service associate, center manager, branch manager, recovery Collector, loan collector
Location: Nationwide

American National Insurance
Industry:  Insurance
Number of openings: 200
Sample job titles:  Insurance agent, outside sales
Location: Nationwide

Banfield, The Pet Hospital
Industry: Veterinary
Number of openings: 491
Sample job titles: Doctor of veterinary medicine, certified veterinary technician, field trainer, call center, technical service and support
Location: Nationwide

Cengage Learning
Industry: Publishing
Number of openings: 175
Sample job titles: Marketing director, content writer (math), software developer, managing editor, web designer, accessibility program manager, field sales, sales representative (higher education)
Location: Nationwide

Combined Insurance
Industry: Insurance
Number of openings: 600
Sample job titles: Field sales agent, territory manager, market director
Location: Nationwide

Industry:  Business information and services
Number of openings: 200
Sample job titles: Business analyst, escrow officer, manager of digital marketing, residential appraiser, senior IT positions, strategic account executive
Location: Texas, New York, Minnesota, Indiana, Florida, California

CR England
Industry: Trucking/transportation
Number of openings: 400
Sample job titles: CDL driver, dedicated route drivers
Location: Nationwide

Go Wireless
Industry: Wireless retail
Number of openings: 450
Sample job titles: Sales associate, IT support
Location: Nationwide

Industry: Healthcare
Number of openings: 500
Sample job titles: Nurses, therapists
Location: Nationwide

Industry: Retail clothing
Number of openings: 50
Sample job titles: Store sales manager, customer service associate, sales consultant
Location: Nationwide

Liberty Dialysis 
Industry: Health care
Number of openings: 200
Sample job titles: Registered nurse, nurse manager
Location: Victoria, Texas, Orange, Conn., Crawfordsville, Ind., Colorado Springs, Colo.

Lighthouse Management Group   
Industry: Staffing/consulting services
Number of openings: 150
Sample job titles: Accounting manager, accounts payable specialist, accounts receivable, assistant controller, business development, collections specialist, customer service, manager of SEC reporting, medical biller, senior accountant, senior revenue accountant
Location: Silicon Valley, California

Massage Envy
Industry: Health and Wellness
Number of openings: 1,500
Sample job titles: Sales associates, managers, massage therapist, esthetician
Location: Nationwide

Industry:  HVAC/engineering
Number of openings: 80
Sample job titles: Manufacturing engineer, field service technician, HVAC sales specialist, sales application engineer, service technician
Location: Nationwide

Men’s Wearhouse
Industry: Retail clothing
Number of openings: 500
Sample job titles: Store sales manager, customer service associate, operations manager, sales consultant
Location: Nationwide

New York Life Insurance Company
Industry: Financial services
Number of openings: 500
Sample job titles: Financial service professionals, sales managers, product managers, project managers, auditors, actuaries, quality application testers (EOE M/F/D/V)
Location: Nationwide

Plymouth Auctioneering
Industry: Fine art/entertainment/sales
Number of openings: 50
Sample job titles: International fine art sales and marketing
Location: North Carolina and Missouri

QinetiQ North America
Industry: Technology and product development company
Number of openings: 660
Sample job titles: Contracts administrator, subcontracts administrator, systems administrators, cyber intelligence analyst, senior IT security specialists, network engineers, information systems security officer
Location: Virginia, Texas

REI Systems, Inc.
Industry: Software development and design
Number of openings: 54
Sample job titles: Database engineers, Drupal developers, enterprise report writers, Java developers, Linux system administrators, quality assurance engineers, software engineers (.NET and LAMP)
Location: Virginia, Washington D.C.

Rent A Center
Industry:  Retail
Number of openings: 100
Sample job titles: Customer service, manager, district manager
Location: Nationwide

Industry: Retail
Number of openings: 75,000
Sample job titles: Cashier, sales-floor team members, logistics team members, food team members
Location: Nationwide

Industry: Customer service
Number of openings: 1,000
Sample job titles: Customer service associate
Location: Nationwide and work from home

The TJX Companies, Inc.
Industry: Retail
Number of openings: 1,000
Sample job titles: Merchandise associate, backroom coordinator
Location: Nationwide

Warner Chilcott
Industry: Pharmaceutical
Number of openings: 95
Sample job titles: Pharmaceutical sales representative
Location: Nationwide

By Anthony Balderrama for CareerBuilder


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The Most Secure Jobs for 2010 (according to Yahoo HotJobs) – with Median annual salary

Thinking of embarking on a new career in 2010, but not sure where to begin? How about with a job that not only pays well but offers considerable stability? After all, a handsome paycheck isn’t worth much if it’s in a field that’s expected to become the next recession casualty.
Following are eight of our top picks for gigs expected to be both prosperous and abundant in the coming decade.
Cardiovascular technologist
Between the ongoing need for hospital workers and the aging baby boomer population, this is one career that isn’t going anywhere, says Laurence Shatkin, author of more than 20 books for job hunters, including “150 Best Recession-Proof Jobs.” According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), this job is expected to grow by 24 percent through the year 2018. As the BLS reports, most cardiovascular technologists in training earn at least a two-year technical degree. In addition, some get on-the-job training in the necessary equipment (for example, EKGs).
Median annual salary: $60,400
Database administrator
Like health care, information technology remains a hot field with ample opportunity, says workplace expert Alexandra Levit, whose latest book is “New Job, New You: A Guide to Reinventing Yourself in a Bright New Career.” In other words, she says, “Everyone needs these people.” Whether you’ve acquired the necessary tech skills in the workplace or studied information technology or management information systems in college, a solid foundation in computing is essential, reports the BLS, adding that certifications can only make you more attractive to employers.
Median annual salary: $72,600
Gas/electric/utilities strategic planning analyst
Working in the utilities sector remains a wise bet, no matter what the economy’s doing, Levit says. “They’re just not downsizing at the rate that some other industries are right now. People still have to heat their homes,” she explains. As a bonus, the BLS predicts turnover for utilities positions will be high in the coming decade as older workers retire (in 2008, 53 percent of the utilities workforce was age 45 or older). According to the BLS, of all utilities sector support staff, technology workers and analysts will find themselves best equipped to capitalize on job openings.
Median annual salary: $68,700
Do you enjoy crunching numbers but worry that the bulk of corporate accounting jobs were eliminated in the wake of the 2008 banking crisis? There’s no need, Levit says. In fact, the BLS estimates that accounting jobs will grow by 22 percent in the next decade. Plus, “Accountants make a good living, especially those who work with organizations that have been required to meet certain federal mandates,” Levit says.
Median annual salary: $49,100
Marketing manager
With a product branding and business management background, you and your bank account can go far. Organizations from all walks of corporate America need creative folks who can write and analyze a marketing survey, position a product to consumers and the media, and collaborate with market researchers, product managers, and profit-minded accountants. What’s more, the BLS predicts that opportunities for marketing managers will increase by 13 percent through 2018.
Median annual salary: $60,200
Dental hygienist
Of all the jobs that require a two-year technical degree, this one promises the most opportunity in the new decade, boasting a whopping 36 percent growth rate, Shatkin says. Why? Because “dentists try to shrug off more work to dental hygienists so they can see more patients,” he explains. As a bonus, Shatkin adds, many of these positions are part-time with flexible hours, making them ideal for parents with young children.
Median annual salary: $57,100
Interior designer
Are you a design blog junkie? The friend everyone calls when they need help sprucing up their living room? Then why not put your artistic flair to work? Although you’ll need to invest in a design degree and acquire the necessary budgeting and software skills, the payoff is worth it, says Shatkin: Job opportunities are expected to grow by 19 percent through 2018.
Median annual salary: $46,100
Occupational therapist
Thanks to the country’s aging population, occupational therapy remains a high-growth field, with 26 percent more jobs predicted in the new decade, Shatkin says. If you’re the patient, nurturing sort who thrives on helping people, this could be the career for you. Occupational therapists help people who’ve been sick, injured, or otherwise impaired gain the necessary life skills (using a computer, cooking, dressing, and so on) to return to work or their own home. According to the BLS, nearly a third of occupational therapists work part-time, and a master’s degree and state license are usually required.
Median annual salary: $69,400

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