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Salesforce to bring 1,000 new jobs to Chicago – WLS-TV

CHICAGO (WLS) —

Salesforce said Friday 1,000 new tech jobs will be available in Chicago over the next five years.

The software company announced the major expansion at a press conference with Mayor Rahm Emanuel late Friday morning.

Officials said they are leasing 500,000 square-feet in the un-built third tower of the Wolf Point Development along the Chicago River. The company’s goal is to be completely moved in by 2023.

Salesforce is based in San Francisco, but its new Chicago location will become its regional headquarters.

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These are the Top 15 companies hiring for $100K+ jobs in December 2018 – Ladders

It’s beginning to look a lot like the holidays and also a great time to find a job as the unemployment rate continues to stay around 4% ( a 48-year low.) There are 6.9 million jobs available with only 6.2 million people actively seeking employment but certain companies only have $100,000 opportunities.

So where are all of these hot jobs paying at least $100K this month? Ladders compiled the data using its continuously updated database of high-paying jobs. Check them out — and click through to see job openings that might be right for you.

Jobs available: 1,578

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GM CEO Mary Barra to meet with US lawmakers over job cuts – CNBC

General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra plans to visit Capitol Hill next week to discuss the company’s plans to halt production at five plants in North America next year and cut up to 15,000 jobs, two congressional aides said on Friday.

GM has come under harsh criticism from lawmakers from both major political parties, and from President Donald Trump, since Monday when it announced the biggest restructuring for the U.S. No. 1 carmaker since its bankruptcy a decade ago.

Barra is expected to meet with lawmakers from Michigan and Ohio, where GM plans to shutter three plants, as well as

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Wichita aircraft supplier plans 45 new jobs with $7.5 million bond request – The Wichita Eagle

The Wichita City Council will consider next Tuesday $7.5 million in industrial revenue bonds for Etezazi Industries, which is expanding and plans to more than double its workforce.

The 10-year-old aircraft supplier at 2101 E. 21st is requesting issuance of bonds for a $3.5 million expansion to its 11,500-square-foot facility, and $4 million for the purchase of new machinery and equipment, according to city documents.

The company founded by Masoud Etezazi plans to hire 45 more employees over the next five years at a minimum average annual salary of $42,000, the documents said. It currently employs 30 people.

Etezazi Industries

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Honeywell moving headquarters, 750 jobs to North Carolina – Associated Press

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Industrial conglomerate Honeywell International Inc. will move its headquarters from New Jersey and establish 750 jobs in Charlotte, North Carolina, the company said Friday.

Honeywell plans to relocate its base in Morris Plains, New Jersey, with about 150 to 200 senior managers as well as its Safety and Productivity Solutions business group headquarters moving to Charlotte.

“I’ve got to come back as soon as we wrap up here and convince a lot, about 150 of my colleagues in New Jersey, what a great city this is,” Honeywell CEO Darius Adamczyk said at a news conference in

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Jobs near me: National security firm seeks Green Bay job applicants – Green Bay Press Gazette

Allied Universal is hosting a hiring event from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Dec. 19 at Rasmussen College, 904 South Taylor Street, Suite #100, Green Bay, seeking security officers.(Photo: iunderhill/Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Green Bay – A national security and facilities service company is seeking job candidates Dec. 19 in Green Bay.

Allied Universal is hosting a hiring event seeking security officers, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Dec. 19 at Rasmussen College, 904 S. Taylor St., Suite 100.

Qualified applicants must be 18 years old (21 and a holder of a valid driver’s license for positions requiring

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Kentucky coordinators being mentioned in connection with Group of 5 jobs – Saturday Down South

As the coaching rumors continue to swirl, both Kentucky coordinators — OC Eddie Gran and DC Matt House — are now in the mix.

Both of the coordinators are in demand after a great 9-3 regular season from the Wildcats, and it’ll be interesting to see what they do this offseason.

According to FootballScoop.com, Gran is in the mix at Charlotte, now that it appears James Madison coach Mike Houston is eyeing East Carolina:

James Madison plays at Colgate tomorrow afternoon. Mike Houston has a lot on his mind, but this search isn’t standing still. Prior to offering the

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Did Southern California’s job counts miss the mark? Again?! – The Daily Breeze

Let the “trusty spreadsheet guy” admit this: economic data is not perfect.

Between the challenge to serve our need to know what’s happening RIGHT NOW to the limitations of polling or even tabulating raw counts, sometimes we are left with the wrong impressions no matter if you’re bullish or bearish, or somewhere in between.

A grand example is the monthly jobs count from the state Employment Development Department. The number of workers reported by EDD is derived from a survey of local businesses by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Politely speaking, it should be viewed as a rough estimate.

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German pharmaceutical firm Bayer cutting 12000 jobs – Tribune-Review

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Demolition of shuttered Boxwood GM plant brings hope of new Delaware jobs – The News Journal

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Demolition of the shuttered GM Boxwood plant began this week. Suchat Pederson, The News Journal

An excavator demolishes a wall in November 2018 at the former GM plant on Boxwood Road.(Photo: Harvey Hanna and Associates)

Sheet metal and concrete crumbled this week as a nearly yearlong demolition began of the former General Motors plant near Newport.

It is the first significant sign of life in years at the long-shuttered facility on Boxwood Road, stirring hope that the 142-acre property could again become an anchor for Delaware jobs – even if they won’t be in manufacturing.

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United Auto Workers union says GM layoffs show new trade deal won't stop jobs from going to Mexico – CNBC

The United Auto Workers union said General Motors‘ decision to idle plants in the U.S. and Canada shows the new trade deal between the United States, Canada and Mexico is not strong enough to stop the flow of jobs across the Mexican border.

GM is “thumbing its nose” at the trade deal, commonly referred to as the new NAFTA, the United Auto Workers union said Friday. The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement is meant to replace the 24-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement, which President Donald Trump has repeatedly denounced as a bad deal for Americans.

“We were hopeful that this new agreement

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No bachelor’s degree? “There are many pathways to middle class, good jobs,” expert says. – Lexington Herald-Leader

There’s a running narrative that good well-paying jobs that don’t require a bachelor’s degree have all but disappeared. Not so, according to an exhaustive state-by-state analysis conducted for The Good Jobs Project, a joint effort by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce and JP Morgan Chase.

Tom Martin talks with Neil Ridley, the state initiative director and co-author of The Good Jobs Project report, about his findings for Kentucky.

Question: What was the premise of your study?

Answer: Most people are very familiar with the pathway that leads from high school into the workforce in some cases

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