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Denver, CO

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Sep 29, 2009
 
Who's Hiring is a weekly survey of companies showing the highest hiring activity. 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:
The Telecommunications, Banking, Business Services, Health Care, and Retail verticals are the top industries currently hiring based on a survey of active job advertisements from the nations’ top job boards.

Based on surveys of US job advertisements in the top job boards and aggregators, the following companies added the most job openings:

Total Job Openings by direct advertisers (Recruiters & Staffing Companies Not Included):

1. AT&T
2. JPMorgan Chase
3. Deloitte
4. Sears, Roebuck and Co.
5. Gentiva Health Services
6. Blockbuster
7. Kmart
8. Verizon
9. Northrop Grumman
10. General Dynamics
11. Raytheon
12. McDonald's
13. IBM
14. Macy's
15. UnitedHealth Group
16. Marriott
17. RadioShack
18. Murphy USA
19. Advantage Sales and Marketing
20. CIA
21. Toys "R" Us
22. Allied Barton Security Services
23. T-Mobile
24. US Army
25. Avon
26. Sun Microsystems
27. Snap-on Tools
28. Army National Guard
29. Quest Diagnostics
30. Aflac
31. Woodforest Bank
32. Combined Insurance
33. Fifth Third Bank
34. EMC Corp.
35. Fresenius Medical Care
36. Kaiser Permanente
37. Navy

Job Openings Added This Week:
The Telecommunications, Banking, Retail, Health Care, and Engineering verticals are the top industries currently hiring based on a survey of active job advertisements from the nations’ top job boards.

Job Openings Added this week by direct advertisers (Recruiters & Staffing companies not included):

1. AT&T
2. JPMorgan Chase
3. Sears
4. UnitedHealth Group
5. Kaiser Permanente
6. Siemens
7. Deloitte
8. Verizon
9. Raytheon
10. Northrop Grumman
11. Kmart
12. Advantage Sales and Marketing
13. Army National Guard
14. General Dynamics
15. Kindred Healthcare
16. RadioShack
17. UnitedHealth Group
18. Crossmark
19. Marriott
20. Federal Gov
21. Sun Microsystems
22. Macy's
23. IBM
24. Medtronic
25. Macy's
26. Global M.A.R.S
27. Affiliated Computer Services
28. Combined Insurance
29. EMC Corp.
30. Snap-on Tools
31. Quest Diagnostics
32. Avon
33. Fifth Third Bank
34. HSBC
35. NY Army National Guard

Top Hiring Cities based on CareerBuilder ads:

1. NYC
2. Chicago
3. Houston
4. Dallas
5. Phoenix
6. Atlanta
7. LA
8. Philadelphia
9. Indianapolis
10. Washington DC
11. Cincinnati
12. Charlotte
13. Columbus OH
14. Baltimore
15. Kansas City
16. San Antonio
17. Miami
18. Orlando
19. Louisville
20. Nashville
21. Boston
22. Columbia SC
23. Denver
24. Seattle
25. San Diego

Sources: CareerBuilder, Indeed, SimplyHired, HotJobs, Google. Monster does not list ads by company or city. Excluded: Recruiters, Staffing firms, Training, Franchise, and Work-from-home opportunities

Readers – If you know of employers announcing significant hiring plans, or employers actively adding large numbers of employees, please comment below to add to this list.

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Since: Aug 09

Metropolis, Illinois

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Sep 29, 2009
 
just from the list you posted it shows that las vegas is worthless when it comes to jobs

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