Who’s Hiring – Top employers week of 9-20-10

Sep 20 2010 in Employment Economy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

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Who’s Hiring is a weekly survey of companies showing the highest hiring activity for the week of 9/20/10.

The business service, hospitality, telecommunications, banking, health care and retail are the top industries currently hiring based on a survey of active job advertisements from the nation’s leading job boards.

Not only is this valuable for job seekers, but for business analysts, corporate strategists, marketers, salespeople, investment analysts, financial advisers, and others who are interested in companies experiencing growth. Despite the recession, these companies are all expanding.

Total Job Openings week of 9/20/10:

Business Service firms led hiring companies as IBM, Deloitte, Booz Allen and CSC were actively staffing. Hospitality companies remained top hiring firms as Pizza Hut, Marriott, Applebee’s and Cracker Barrel continued heavy job advertisements.

Telecommunications was next with AT&T and Verizon still staffing actively. Banking stayed in the top employer list as Bank of America, Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase were heavily hiring.

Health care continues in a strong recruiting mode as Kaiser Permanente, HCR ManorCare, UnitedHealth, Amedisys, Gentiva Healthcare, Genesis Healthcare, Community Health Systems, DaVita and HCA Healthcare were top job advertisers. Retail continues hiring growth as Sears, Macy’s, Kmart, JCPenney, Lowe’s, Murphy USA, Toys “R” Us and Pilot were in the top hiring firms.

Based on surveys of US job advertisements in the top job board aggregators, the following companies searched for the most job openings as of 9/20/10:

Total Job Openings by direct advertisers (Recruiters & Staffing Companies not included):

  1. IBM
  2. Pizza Hut
  3. AT&T
  4. Bank of America
  5. Kaiser Permanente
  6. HCR ManorCare
  7. Wells Fargo
  8. Sears
  9. JPMorgan Chase
  10. Verizon
  11. Macy’s
  12. H&R Block
  13. General Dynamics
  14. Kmart
  15. Deloitte
  16. UnitedHealth Group
  17. Amedisys
  18. Northrop Grumman
  19. Gentiva
  20. Booz Allen Hamilton
  21. HP
  22. Marriott
  23. JCPenney
  24. Lowe’s
  25. Genesis Healthcare
  26. Community Health Systems
  27. DaVita
  28. HCA Healthcare
  29. Murphy USA
  30. Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC)
  31. U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
  32. Toys “R” Us
  33. Applebee’s
  34. Microsoft
  35. Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
  36. Pilot Travel Centers
  37. Chrysler – Mopar
  38. U.S. Army
  39. PDS Technical Services
  40. Snap-on Tools

Job Openings Added This Week – 9/20/10:

The business service, hospitality, telecommunications, health care and banking verticals are the top industries with new job postings this week based on a survey of the nation’s leading job advertisements added during the past seven days for the week of 9/20/10.

Business service led new hiring advertisements this week as IBM, Deloitte, Booz Allen and SAIC were included in the top job advertisers this week. Hospitality was next as Pizza Hut, Marriott and Hilton were some of the top companies adding new advertisements this week.

Telecommunications also added as AT&T and Verizon were in the top 10 firms adding advertisements for new hires this week. Health care was also hiring as Kaiser Permanente, HCR ManorCare, Ageis Therapies, UnitedHealth, Amedisys, Genesis Healthcare and Community Health Systems advertised for staff this week.

Banking companies rounded out the list as Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase, Citi, PNC and Bank of America were in the top new advertisements this week.

Job Openings added this week by direct advertisers – Week of 9/20/10 (Recruiters & Staffing Companies not included):

  1. IBM
  2. Pizza Hut
  3. AT&T
  4. Kaiser Permanente
  5. Wells Fargo
  6. HCR ManorCare
  7. Kmart
  8. JPMorgan Chase
  9. Murphy Oil
  10. Verizon Wireless.
  11. Sears
  12. Citigroup
  13. UnitedHealth Group
  14. Pilot Travel Centers
  15. Deloitte
  16. Murphy Oil
  17. C.R. England
  18. SAIC
  19. Raytheon
  20. Booz Allen Hamilton
  21. Macy’s
  22. KinderCare Learning Centers
  23. Northrop Grumman
  24. PNC
  25. Lowe’s
  26. Research In Motion
  27. Genesis Rehabilitation
  28. Marriott
  29. Bank of America
  30. HP
  31. Walmart
  32. Snap-on Tools
  33. Hgi Healthcare
  34. Hilton Hotels
  35. CARQUEST Auto Parts
  36. UPS
  37. Bed Bath and Beyond
  38. UHS – Edinburg Regional
  39. Columbia University
  40. PDS Technical Services

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