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Washington D.C. Healthcare Jobs Growing

Posted on September 3, 2008

While the city is often known for its political landscape, Washington D.C. healthcare jobs are growing. As of July 2008, Washington D.C.‘s education and health services industry employed 104,600 people, according to the United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics, an increase of 7.2 percent from last year. The District of Columbia Department […]


Maryland Education Jobs Available

Posted on August 29, 2008

With a shortage of teachers, the state is looking for people to fill Maryland education jobs. Maryland has a yearly average shortage of 6,000 teachers. The state’s education and health services industry employed 383,900 in July 2008, according to the United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics, an increase of 2.8 percent from […]


171 Virginia Manufacturing Jobs Created by MMP

Posted on August 12, 2008

A manufacturing company will create more than 100 new Virginia manufacturing jobs. Metal Manufacturing and Processing, a division of Raleigh Mine & Industrial Supply Inc., is investing $3.2 million to open a processing facility for metal fabrication and truck parts re-manufacturing. The project is expected to create 171 new jobs in Tazewell County, Va. within […]


Green Summer Job Corps Adding More Youth Jobs in Washington, D.C.

Posted on August 6, 2008

With the recent importance of being earth-friendly, some youths are exploring green jobs in Washington D.C. The city is expanding its Green Summer Job Corps, and offering hundreds of Washington, D.C. jobs to youth who will help beautify public housing for the rest of the summer. Luckily this program is flourishing, as the city recently […]


More Pennsylvania Jobs Being Created

Posted on July 30, 2008

Despite the failing economy and possible national recession, the state of Pennsylvania is holding onto its bearings and taking measures to create new Pennsylvania jobs. In June 2008, according to a press release from the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry, the state’s job count rose by 800 employees, while the state’s unemployment rate remained […]


Pittsburgh Jobs Added Despite Rising Unemployment

Posted on July 24, 2008

Although Pittsburgh’s unemployment rate has increased slightly, there is still hope for those seeking Pittsburgh jobs. In May 2008, according to a report by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry, Pittsburgh’s unemployment rate increased one-tenth of a percent to 5 percent. This still places Pittsburgh below Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate of 5.2 percent, and the […]


Virginia Boasts Top Education Opportunities

Posted on July 20, 2008

With the state’s educational system being one of the best in the country, job seekers should take note that Virginia teaching jobs are on the rise. According to the United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics, 428,500 people were employed in Virginia’s education and health services industry in June 2008, a 2.5 percent […]


Healthcare and Business Growing in Baltimore

Posted on July 20, 2008

Baltimore job seekers unsure of what direction to go might have luck with the city’s healthcare or business industries. Baltimore healthcare jobs and Baltimore business jobs are on the rise. The Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore notes education and health services accounts for 17 percent of the city’s economy, while professional and business services accounts […]


Washington Job Market Remains Hot for Engineers

Posted on July 3, 2008

Washington DC was recently ranked 2nd among the top U.S. cities for engineering and other high-tech jobs, according to a report by the American Electronics Association. The AeA’s Cybercities 2008 report used the data gathered by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in 2006, which is the most recent information available, to reach its conclusions. […]


DC Sales Jobs Becoming Tougher to Get

Posted on July 3, 2008

The state of the economy may make it harder to find Washington DC sales jobs for the remainder of the summer. Between the rising price of gas and the instability of the economy, many consumers simply are not shelling out the amount of cash they usually would. Because of this, retailers do not have enough […]


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