215,000 New Jobs Created In March; Need To Employ Thorough Background Investigations!

215,000 New Jobs Created In March; Need To Employ Thorough Background Investigations!

Engineering and technical recruiting remain strong

The Labor Department reported on Friday that 215,000 new jobs were created in March. This was the 66th straight month of jobs creation. Furthermore, staffing increases were broad based including the R&D, engineering, scientific, IT and technical areas we specialize in as a technical recruiting firm. As a result, hiring … Read More


Improve Your Technical Recruiting By Hiring A Veteran

The goal of most corporate management is hiring the best technical candidates to achieve company goals. Therefore, as a technical recruiter I am always trying to recruit the best technology talent for my client’s staffing needs. This includes recruiting development, process, automation, manufacturing, application, software, construction and civil engineers. Additionally, … Read More


Technical Talent Recruitment Continues To Expand

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday morning that the U.S. economy had its second straight month of less than 200,000 jobs created at only 142,000 in September. These consecutive months ended a streak of 16 out of 17 months where 200,000 net, new jobs were created. Many economists expected … Read More


Filling Engineering Jobs Increasingly Becoming More difficult

The Bureau of Labor Statistics BLS announced this morning that 215,000 new non-farm jobs were created last month. This was the 16th out of the last 17 months that the U.S. economy has added at least 200,00 net new jobs. This was also the 58th straight month of jobs creation! … Read More


Unemployment Drops To 7.7%, But Job Market Still Very, Very Soft: 3-PRONGED APPROACH ENERGIZES JOB HUNTING!

Though the unemployment rate dropped by .2% to 7.7%, a lot more needs to be done. For example, if you total: a) Unemployed (12 million) b) those involuntarily working part-time (8 million) and c) those who have just given up looking (2.6 million), the aggregate figure only fell 100,000 from Read More