Black Money Business Jobs : These Jobs Are Just Waiting to Be Filled

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  1. Clyde C Coger Jr

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    These Jobs Are Just Waiting to Be Filled


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    This year, oil and gas companies operating in the Marcellus and Utica Shale plan to hire at least 4,000 new employees. Available jobs range from engineering and construction to operations and maintenance, as well as positions in environmental health, safety, and administration. The problem is that these companies are often looking for qualified candidates, which are tough to find as so few have the technical experience these companies desire.
    The good news is that because of the competition for qualified candidates, many companies are now looking to hire and train more local candidates. In fact, last year 96% of the new hires in the Marcellus and Utica were local candidates, as fewer experienced oil-field professionals are looking to relocate because of the oil and gas boom elsewhere in the United States. This is really good news for those looking for a job in the booming energy industry.

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    Part-time jobs: Dramatic shift in who is underemployed

    The huge spike in part-time jobs since the recent recession is not unusual as recessions go, according to a new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. But what has changed dramatically is the age of those taking the part-time work.
    "Given the weak labor market, what we're seeing in the number of part-time jobs is historically normal," said Rob Valletta, an economic research advisor at the FRBSF, and author of the study.


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