Merritt Hawkins reports :
“Seventy-six percent of primary care residents received 50 or more job solicitations during their medical training while 55% received 100 or more, survey data shows.”
Midwestern cities like Pittsburgh, Indianapolis and Louisville headed the list of cities where job opening were plentiful, housing prices reasonable and quality of life high.
Former eBay executive, Hal Lawton, was named Macy’s new president.
At the same time, Macy’s announced the elimination of about another 100 through further consolidation.
“If you can take a job that allows you to earn equity in your company, that’s always a huge advantage,” he said. “It doesn’t have to be a tech company. It can be a company that makes bricks. If you have the opportunity to work for a company that offers you equity, that offers you a chance to participate in the upside, particularly if it’s early in its life cycle, that’s a chance to really do well.”
Generac Power Systems Inc. is planning on expanding and renovating facilities in Wisconsin, with the assistance of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp., and plans to add about 400 jobs.
Generac to invest $73 million in Wisconsin facilities, add 400 jobs
The Bureaus of Labor Statistics reports good news:
Adam Grant, Wharton business school professor, said creative workers and personal care givers will remain valuable in the coming robotic age.
“The difficulty becomes that employers in the service industry cannot typically afford to pay a wage that would allow their employees to actually live in fast-growing cities like Frisco….”