Unemployed? Apply Here – March 2012

Mar 22 2012 in Employment Economy, Featured, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

best career advice, best job search information, career advice, job search information, job search advice, job search help, job search tips, career information, career help, career tips, career info, job search infoI searched some of the leading job boards and found the following companies that are actively searching to hire the unemployed.

I’ve left out work-from-home opportunities (many are scams) that aren’t known to me personally as legit, training/re-training, and opportunities that require a significant up-front investment. Some of these opportunities are commission based, some are part time, some are temp agencies. I can’t guarantee that these opportunities will replace a CEO’s salary, some require a specific background/education, but these companies are all looking to hire unemployed professionals.

Some of these opportunities are for white collar, some for blue collar workers, others for those with specialized training/experience. Some of these companies have opportunities available nationally – others are looking for people in a specific region or metro area.

Also note: not every single one of these job ads will state the company is looking to hire unemployed professionals – but enough of their ads to mention their desire to source new hires in transition, that they qualified for this list.

Here are 14 companies (or agencies) who are hiring unemployed workers in March 2012 – alphabetical order:

  1. ABC Advertising Agency
  2. Aflac
  3. Career Systems Development Organization
  4. Career Solutions
  5. Career Trucker
  6. Change.org
  7. Examiner.com
  8. Global Solutions
  9. Hinckley Financial
  10. Paws Plus
  11. Source4Teachers
  12. Stewart Enterprises
  13. The Harriet Tubman Center
  14. Work It UP

Use this list as a starting point. Also look at similar companies in your area, customers and vendors of these companies, other companies who serve the same clients … all are likely to be open to (or even actively) hiring unemployed workers.

Do you know other companies who are actively looking for unemployed workers? Please comment.


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