Unemployed workers look for jobs
Millions of unemployed workers are searching for ways to bring in payday cash. The unemployment rate remains high and job creation is still in the beginning stages. Although the government is proposing more tax breaks for companies willing to start hiring, the laws are not likely to go into effect until late this year. In the meantime, unemployed workers are left to manage on their own.
Some good news
Despite the state of the economy, there is some good news. Companies are hiring and some of them are paying well. At least 500 job openings were posted in January of 2010, and job availability shows signs of increasing as the year progresses.
Edward Jones. Edward Jones is a company of financial advisors. The organization is looking for "self-starters" who know how to predict customers' financial need. Their main goal is to build customer-centric managers who understand how serving clients is the key to building long-term business. According to a spokeswoman for the company, Regina DeLuca-Imral, "affability" is the number one asset an applicant can bring to the table.
Wegmans Food Markets. Wegmans Food Markets boasts 1,500 job openings nationwide. The company is looking for customer-service agents, chefs, team leaders, and managers. With a wide range of business opportunities, Wegmans is one of the best companies to interview with. In an article on Yahoo.com, Wegmans' spokesperson Wendy Gallucci, said "We look for employees who are food enthusiasts and passionate about providing incredible services to our customers. Because we focus on helping customers make great meals easy, we look for employees willing to share their knowledge." ... click here to read the rest of the article titled "Job Opportunities for Workers in Need of Payday Cash"