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Did you know that you could find out which industries were hot? (By “hot,” I mean which industries are doing the most hiring at the time.) Oh, you didn’t know you could do that? Well, you can and here is how you do it.
Hop over to Yahoo Finance and mouse over the “Investing” tab, then mouse down to “Industries” (as shown in the screenshot below).
On the Industries page there are two options that I want you to check out the A) list of industries and B) top industries based on job postings made on Monster.com. (At this writing, the top industries that are hiring are Health Care, Retail and Sales.)
Let’s say that our interest is in Biotechnology (A). I click the link. There is a “HotJobs Top Companies” section (See the arrow?) It lists which companies are posting the most jobs on Monster that are affiliated with the Biotechnology industry.
Just fyi, at this writing, the companies that are hiring the most in the Biotechnology industry are:
- West Houston Medical Center
- Kingwood Medical Center
- East houston Regional Medical Center
Jim Stroud is a “Searchologist” with an expertise in the full life-cycle placement of Executive and Technical personnel, Recruitment Research and Competitive Intelligence. He has consulted for such companies as Google, Siemens, MCI and a host of start-up companies. During his 3-year tenure with Microsoft, he served as a Technical Sourcing Consultant and was a regular contributor to Microsoft’s Technical Careers Blog. He is presently a Social Media Development Manager for EnglishCafe – the premier English learning community for global professionals which has English quizzes, online classes and more.
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US investment in the Netherlands from 2000 to 2010 was nine times more than US investment in China during the same period. US investment in the UK was more than seven times more, and in Ireland nearly three times more, than in China. (Source: Transatlantic Economy 2011
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