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Posted April 05, 2012 by

9 Jobs Expected to Increase in Demand

Are you interested in jobs with growth potential?  Depending on your interest(s), there are opportunities to find employment, according to new information from AARP.org.  If you are a college student or recent graduate, this could mean more entry level jobs; for job seekers as a whole, there are potentially more positions to compete for.  In addition, these jobs may provide job security.

Here are nine jobs and their expected growth from 2010 to 2020, as forecasted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics: (more…)

Posted September 02, 2006 by

Laboring for Entry-Level Jobs

Lucky for you this is a broad enough topic to produce mountains of job search results. Apparently Tulsa, Oklahoma and California have ample entry-level labor jobs because these cities popped up frequently during my search. If you have no problem with relocating for a job opportunity, try these two cities out first. (I list some of these those sites below).
So I recommend checking out collegerecruiter (specifying entry-level labor jobs), careerbuilder and thingamajob (such a cute name). They require no further introduction as I always seem to talk about them, useful sites we all know. So all I have to say next is look below for the links and happy labor job hunting.
Entry-Level Labor Job Resources:
http://labor.thingamajob.com/jobs/Nevada/Rural-Survey-Laborer–Entry-Level/962791
www.careerbuilder.com
www.collegerecruiter.com
http://sanjose.backpage.com/employment/classifieds/Results?category=4401
Tulsa Labor Sites:
http://www.nationjob.com/job/ciot515
http://www.ci.tulsa.ok.us/Jobs/LaborTrade/EntryLevelLaborPool.asp
California Labor Sites:
http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?siteid=cbc_true&lr=cbc_true&Job_DID=J8D51B723BDJ3WM013X
http://sanjose.backpage.com/employment/classifieds/Results?category=4401