The Job Exchange

Tapping Into The Hidden Job Market

Yahoo! HotJobs Top 100 Companies Hiring Now

From Yahoo! HotJobs

 

Hiring activity remains strong in several job categories right now. Below are the top categories, by number of job openings, in the HotJobs 100.

 

Top Companies in Healthcare 

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03/24/2009 Posted by | jobs | , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

This Week’s Top Posts

In case you missed any of these, here are the top posts our readers viewed this week:

Would You Work at AIG?

Apply Now: The Black Hole

Twitter Job Search

The Ten Companies That Will Lead The US Out of the Recession

13 companies hiring this year

03/22/2009 Posted by | jobs | , , | Leave a comment

CareerOneStop

CareerOneStop is a U.S. Department of Labor-sponsored Web site that offers career resources and workforce information to job seekers, students, businesses, and workforce professionals to foster talent development in a global economy.

One of the links at this site is called help a job seeker.”  Here you will find quite a number of resources; one in particular that appears to be very useful is the Find Employer Contact Information link. It’s a convenient way to identify local employers and develop an action plan to contact or research opportunities at these firms. (You may also want to refer to your LinkedIn network to see if you have any connections with these companies.)

CareerOneStop offers an array of tools and services, including job search action plans, that can help job seekers to get more organized and develop a job search schedule and action plan.

03/06/2009 Posted by | job search | , , , | 1 Comment

Ten American Companies That Won’t Cut Jobs

From Time.com

Layoffs at big companies are so common now that it is novel when a day goes by without Microsoft (MSFT), Caterpillar (CAT), or Macy’s (MC) letting thousands of people go. There are a relatively small number of America’s largest companies which will almost certainly not have significant layoffs. One of them might close an office in Turkey, another could replace telephone operators with an automated system, but each is in a unique position that makes it highly unlikely for them to want or need to fire employees.

Some of the companies on the list are simply doing so well that they cannot afford to do without all the people that they have. Not only will these companies be unlikely to fire people but some may actually be hiring. The other firms included have large amounts of cash on their balance sheets and have elected to use the slow economy to develop new products and services to take share away from financially weaker competitors. A few of the companies on this list had modest job cuts last year. None of them were significant and are highly unlikely to happen again.

Employees at these firms are as close to being “safe” from being thrown into the job market as almost anyone in the country.

Cisco, Visa, Apple,  Apollo,  (APOL), (a large education company almost no one has heard of), Altria,   Google,  Colgate,  Verizon, Amgen,  and Corinthian College.

Read more at http://www.time.com/time/business/article/0,8599,1880930,00.html

02/25/2009 Posted by | Economy, jobs, layoffs | , , , , , | 1 Comment