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Virginia Jobs Could Go Nuclear

Posted on October 29, 2008

The construction of a nuclear power plant will create new Virginia jobs. The French nuclear-support firm Areva and Northrop Grumman Newport News are teaming up to build a plant that makes components for holding nuclear plants’ dangerous and useful fuel. Creation of the plant is expected to create 540 jobs in Virginia. Gov. Tim Kaine […]


Pennsylvania Construction Jobs Go Green

Posted on October 21, 2008

The approval of many new clean energy projects should create several Pennsylvania construction jobs. The State of Pennsylvania recently announced it would invest $12 million in alternative clean energy projects that will create about 1,200 full-time and part-time jobs. The projects, approved by the Pennsylvania Energy Development Authority, are expected to garner $118 million in […]


Washington D.C. Government Jobs Could Grow During Recession

Posted on October 15, 2008

While the current possibility of an economic recession has many Americans losing sleep, a new study finds that a recession could actually result in more Washington D.C. government jobs. Many Americans, whether tied to Wall Street or not, are worried about their futures as 401K plans are unstable, foreclosures are abundant and both big cities […]


Many Still Seeking Maryland Jobs

Posted on October 9, 2008

Many people are still looking for Maryland jobs. In August, Maryland had an unemployment rate of 4.5 percent, up from 4.3 percent in July. Currently, more than 135,000 Maryland residents are looking for jobs they can’t find, 30 percent more than this time last year. This news comes despite the fact that Maryland employers are […]


Medical Jobs in Virginia Increasing

Posted on October 7, 2008

Medical jobs in Virginia are continuing to grow. As of August 2008, Virginia‘s education and health services industry employed 431,200 workers, an increase of 2.5 percent from last year, according to the United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics. This industry has seen an over-the-year increase every month this year, by 2.4 percent […]


Three Industries to Account for Pennsylvania Job Growth

Posted on September 25, 2008

Three main industries are expected to be responsible for adding the most jobs in Pennsylvania in the coming years. The education and health services, professional and business services and leisure and hospitality industries are expected to account for 90 percent of Pennsylvania‘s annual employment growth through 2014, according to an article by Center for Workforce […]


Virginia Tourism Jobs Increasing

Posted on September 17, 2008

Despite the declining economy and rising price of oil, many people are still traveling, keeping Virginia tourism jobs afloat. During 2007, Virginia’s tourism industry created 4,957 jobs and generated $85 million in wages and salaries. Local property and sales taxes created an income of $15 million, according to an article by WCAV. The Virginia Tourism […]


Maryland Jobs Increase Despite Rising Unemployment

Posted on September 10, 2008

While the nation is facing an increase in unemployment, more Maryland jobs were created during July. The state’s unemployment rate increased from 4 percent in June to 4.4 percent. According to the United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics, Maryland’s non-farm employment came in at 2,637,600, an increase of 1 percent from last […]


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 […]


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