Even in the bottom of a recession there is an opportunity for growth in many different industries. Healthcare continues to dominate the growth for 2010 and is projected into the future as one of the best areas for any person looking to start or re-start a career. The education required to enter the healthcare industry can be relatively low at first and gives great benefits and opportunity for advancement.
Mr. Pelton is a leading authority on video streaming over the internet. Mr. Pelton was the initial founder of DayPort, Inc in 1996. DayPort is now the market leader in video streaming & video management for the internet & recently was acquired by Entriq, now Irdeto. Mr. Pelton led sales efforts for DayPort taking them from a startup to an impressive client list of companies including CBS/Viacom, Clear Channel Television, Scripts Howard, Oprah Winfrey and others.
“Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goal.” –Henry Ford
Bill Pelton explains his story about meeting the man who changed his life, why who you marry is the most important business decision you’ll ever make & how even being the #2 salesman in the nation doesn’t create job security.
Hard to believe? 30-40% of all jobs in the social sector will be vacant by 2018?
There will be more jobs than people to fill them. This is the finding from a Northern Boston University.
Sounds preposterous? Well read what Professor Barry Bluestone & Mark Melnik, a Ph.d candidate at Northeastern looked at demographics & job forecasts to concluded:
When the nation comes out of the current jobs recession – and this may take two to three years – we will begin to see spot shortages in labor markets. If the economy continues to improve, the spot shortages will become more general, and we will experience the shortages our research projects. By 2018, with no change in current labor force participation rates or immigration rates and an expected return to healthy economic growth, we will have more jobs than people to fill them.
Are you getting ready for the hiring. It’s already started to take place. April alone added 250,000+ jobs.
April 2010 saw a rise in home sales over the previous month. More homes were purchased as the recovery begins a long recovery process. A clear sign the economy is expanding & not retracting.
In a few states government programs have been created to subsidize lost wages & keep employees off unemployment benefits. Illinois is a great example of this program. Putting Illinois Back To Work is program enacted by the governor Pat Quinn.
Question for you: From your perspective, do you see the economy growing? What signs do you use to see the recovery might be working or isn’t working?
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The census 2010 is spurring government jobs. Have you seen the commercials? The census is in a hiring frenzy. Accumulating citizens for a measurement of national proportions. The largest opportunity is as a census counter. For more information: Check out the census job offers here
The stimulus has opened up a little flood gate for many states to recieve funding for education, healthcare and IT education. We have all the information in our Monday Podcast
Future job growth is a huge concern for any job seeker. Knowing where jobs will be for the next 20 years can give you an opportunity to move cities or start transitioning over to a career in demand for the next 2 decades. Well thanks to Mint.com, we have an opportunity to peek a little into the future.
As you look below this map allows you to interact and see jobs for the future. Have fun and enjoy the map, it’s nice to see, especially if your city is on the map.
Little old 2009 has nearly worn out it’s welcome…It seems we’ve recently been introduced to this year but unfortunately, time is running out. What is your plan for 2010? Learn how to build a foundation to succeed next year…
We all had goals, accomplishments and issues pending for 2009…We can wrap up the last goals of the year in these few weeks but preparation for the new year is more crucial than ever…
2008 was a year of change, 2009 a year of rebuilding & 2010 will be exposed as a foundational year for success to come…
If you thinking about goals for 2010, I suggest checking out http://www.ILostMyJob.com articles about goals or about tracking time…Watch this then make plans for 2010…