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From cnn.com

As many big companies are announcing mass layoffs, these 20 top employers have at least 350 openings each right now. Which Best Companies to Work For are doing the most recruiting and what kind of candidates are they looking for?

Edward Jones – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): 1,040

Google – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): 350

Wegmans Food Markets – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): 2,000

Cisco Systems – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): 500

Genentech – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): 585

Methodist Hospital System – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): 400

Whole Foods Market – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): 800

Microsoft – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): Thousands

Burns & McDonnell – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): 400

Ernst & Young – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): 2,800

Booz Allen Hamilton – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): 1,046

KPMG – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): Thousands

PricewaterhouseCoopers – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): 500 ( PricewaterhouseCoopers’ goal is to hire approximately 3,000)

Scripps Health –Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): 442

Mayo Clinic – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): 1,000

Baptist Health South Florida – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): 728

Bright Horizons – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): 387

Publix Super Markets – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): 900+

T-Mobile – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): 2,163

Accenture – Number of job openings (as of Jan. 13, 2009): Thousands

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03/05/2009 - Posted by | jobs | , , , , , , ,

6 Comments »

  1. The FDIC has HUNDREDS of openings

    https://jobs1.quickhire.com/scripts/fdic.exe/runuserinfo?Haveusedbefore=5

    Comment by Bear | 02/14/2009 | Reply

  2. The FDIC is frantically calling in retirees and holding job fairs, looking to hire as many as 1,500 people. It has rented a high-rise office building in Irvine, Calif., the new headquarters for a West Coast branch of 450 employees who are wrestling with a real estate crisis in one of the hardest-hit regions. It is also budgeted to pay hundreds of millions of dollars for a small army of contractors to augment its staff. “We are trying to be ready for the inevitable,” said Mitchell L. Glassman, director of the F.D.I.C.’s division of resolutions and receiverships.

    Comment by Bear | 02/14/2009 | Reply

  3. TenChi Headbanger at 9:49pm February 14
    that’s quite a resource – thx !

    Comment by lelone | 02/15/2009 | Reply

  4. CareerJet: 1347 companies recruiting
    Their claim–In just one search access 16,195,093 jobs published on 66,650 websites in the world.2,917,325 jobs published in the US.
    Go to http://www.careerjet.com/jobs/h.html

    Comment by Bear | 03/05/2009 | Reply

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