Jobs Surge: Technical, Engineering, Scientific, IT and R&D Hiring Up!

Jobs Surge: Technical, Engineering, Scientific, IT and R&D Hiring Up!

Labor Department says 222,000 new jobs created as technical, engineering, scientific, IT, R&D, and manufacturing recruiting surging

The Labor Department reported this morning that 222,000 new jobs were added by U.S. employers last month. Unfortunately, the unemployment rate also rose .1% to 4.4% as more workers joined the labor market. The past two months jobs figures were also revised upward with April’s job number increased to 207,000 and … Read More


Virtual Reality (VR) Surges Beyond Game Apps Into Major Jobs Engine!

VR or Virtual reality technical, engineering, scientific innovation and technology the key to more jobs

One technology area that has been booming lately is VR or Virtual reality. A recent report from SuperData Research says that virtual reality technical, engineering, scientific, IT, Research and Development (R&D) and manufacturing innovation and technology investments will top $4 billion this year! This is confirmed by regular media mentions … Read More


AI, IoT, Robotics Technology Creating New Fulfillment Jobs

Logistics jobs growing as companies apply more technology such as AI, IoT, Big Data, Robotics

As I shared in my last article, the Labor Department reported in their most recent jobs report that employer recruiting increased in April with 211,000 new hires. This caused the unemployment rate to fall to 4.4%, its lowest level in nearly a decade! One area that exemplifies this hiring growth … Read More


21st Century Cures Act: More Healthcare Technology And Jobs

21st Century Cures Act will invigorate scientific, engineering, R&D (research and development), IT, technical and manufacturing technology in the healthcare field

Yesterday, President Obama signed the 21st Century Cures Act, which not only improved healthcare conditions for most Americans, but also will ramp up R&D (research and development), scientific, engineering, IT (information technology) and manufacturing jobs and technical healthcare breakthroughs. This will create have the side benefit of creating many … Read More


More Foreign Workers: Better For U.S. Wages?

A recent study done by three academic economists claims that more hiring of foreign workers by U.S. employers will also raise the wage scales of U.S. born workers. University of California, Davis researchers Giovanni Peri, Kevin Shih and Colgate researcher Chad Sparber collaborated to examine wage data and immigration … Read More