Fort Campbell, KY – A civilian licensed practical nurse at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH) loves her job and urges other nurses to consider a career at BACH, as nearly two dozen nurse positions open soon.
A military family member for years, Candace Martin had been around military treatment facilities most of her life. Her father had served in the Army for 20 years, so she was familiar with military treatment facilities as a patient, having received care since childhood.
Nashville, TN – Tennessee was ranked the top state in the nation for job creation resulting from foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2015, according to the recently released 2016 IBM Global Location Trends report.
The annual report from the IBM Institute for Business Value measured the number of jobs created or committed by foreign-owned companies in each state during the 2015 calendar year.
Employers in Middle Tennessee Lead the State in Job Opportunities
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Labor & Workforce Development (TDLWD) reported Friday almost 200,000 jobs were posted on the Jobs4TN.gov website in April 2016.
That marks a record number of job opportunities employers across the state have advertised on the site.
Estimated 112,000 Total Jobs in All Occupations Available Annually Through 2024
Nashville, TN – Tennessee’s long-term industry and occupational employment projections for 2014-2024 released today show the state’s economy is projected to grow at an average annual rate of 1.3 percent with expected total employment of 3,432,960 by 2024 and total annual job openings of 112,880.
Tennessee Unemployment Rate at 4.5% for March
Nashville, TN – Tennessee employers have tens of thousands of open positions for qualified applicants across the state.
With Tennessee’s latest unemployment rate at its lowest level since June 2007, there is an abundance of job openings across the state.
JOBS4TN allows users to search local Jobs, Share on Social Media, Filter Attributes and Requirements
Nashville, TN – Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Burns Phillips is announcing a new iPhone and Android mobile app that makes finding available Tennessee jobs even easier.
The free mobile application brings thousands of employment opportunities to smart phones with advanced location and sharing features.
Austin Peay State University’s revamped career services connecting students and alumni with employers
Clarksville, TN – For years, the Austin Peay State University Career Services Office was seen as little more than a resume critiquing service. Students would occasionally stop by the small rooms inside the Morgan University Center to hear that pink paper and a Comic Sans font didn’t help with their job prospects.
The office’s small staff and operating budget didn’t leave it much room for anything else.
Clarksville, TN – In need of a summer job? The Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department is now hiring for part-time lifeguards and cashiers.
To become a lifeguard, participants must be at least 15 years of age and able to swim 300 yards continuously, tread water for two minutes without the use of arms or hands and successfully complete a timed event within 1 minute and 40 seconds. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – One of the fun experiences I have is researching odd facts on the Internet. I recently looked at some statistics on the “top 10 jobs in America.” Here are a few bits of information I learned:
Lists vary on the top two jobs. Some say Surgeon and others say Anesthesiologist. Salaries for each range from roughly $175,000 to $185,000 on average. (Note: This means that some of these people make much more and some make much less.) At least one list stated that Investment Bankers were second. The most common list of the top 10 highest paying jobs follows. «Read the rest of this article»
Improving educational opportunities and outcomes for Tennesseans critical
Nashville, TN – Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam today was sworn in for his second four-year term as the 49th governor of Tennessee, addressing thousands of Inaugural attendees from across the state on War Memorial Plaza with the State Capitol serving as the backdrop.
“One thing I can guarantee you that we are not going to do in the next four years is coast to the finish line,” Haslam said. “The decisions that we make in the building behind me are too important; too important to the 6.5 million Tennesseans who are alive today and even more important for the generations that will follow us.”
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