Many firms plan to add workers in fir...

Many firms plan to add workers in first quarter

There are 7 comments on the Honolulu Star-Bulletin story from Dec 13, 2005, titled Many firms plan to add workers in first quarter. In it, Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports that:

Honolulu companies expect to add more jobs next year, but that could be a challenge given the state's low unemployment rate.

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Corra

Since: Dec 05

Canyon, TX

#1 Dec 14, 2005
It is good to see tht more companies are hiring and that 2006 bodes well for future employees and their attendant businesses. We only hope that more companies conduct FCRA compliant pre-employment background checks on their job candidates so that there are fewer job related incidents that my reflect negatively on adding labor to the workplace.
alice

United States

#3 Mar 7, 2013
Yes, 2013 bodes well for Hawaii's economy.
Francine

Honolulu, HI

#4 Mar 7, 2013
Lowest unemployment percentage in the USA, yet Joe Balls cannot get a job, and resorts to buying illegal food stamps from drug addicts. Fcking lowlife Failure.
aloha misfits

Mesa, AZ

#5 Mar 7, 2013
The above comnents are what a positive normal forum would be like if the dead beats had no computers.

Since: May 11

Location hidden

#6 Mar 7, 2013
More jobs, sure. Part-time, minimum-wage jobs, with zero benefits, no senority, no security, no future. Jobs for high schools students that work for a week and then quit, servant jobs, no more profit-sharing. The type of jobs that no-one really wants,but has to accept or starve. The "gotta work eight hours or lose my welfare" jobs, The type of jobs where you can only afford to buy enough gasoline to go to work and maybe have enough left over to buy some peanut-butter to eat. The union-busting jobs, the illegal immigrant type of jobs. No factories opening, no real jobs being created, No Americans doing better. The Obama economy, YES we Can't. We'll soon be begging Turkey to rescue us. We'll have Obama's economy, the Kenyan economy.
leeward Lolo

Honolulu, HI

#7 Mar 7, 2013
Joe Balls wrote:
More jobs, sure. Part-time, minimum-wage jobs, with zero benefits, no senority, no security, no future. Jobs for high schools students that work for a week and then quit, servant jobs, no more profit-sharing. The type of jobs that no-one really wants,but has to accept or starve. The "gotta work eight hours or lose my welfare" jobs, The type of jobs where you can only afford to buy enough gasoline to go to work and maybe have enough left over to buy some peanut-butter to eat. The union-busting jobs, the illegal immigrant type of jobs. No factories opening, no real jobs being created, No Americans doing better. The Obama economy, YES we Can't. We'll soon be begging Turkey to rescue us. We'll have Obama's economy, the Kenyan economy.
A job is a job and you need one. What? You want to be CEO and have no skills,no class, no education, and have a fckd up personality. That's why you have to buy food stamps to feed your family. Can you say I am a FAILURE?

Since: May 11

Location hidden

#8 Mar 7, 2013
Ok, I'll say it. You're a failure.

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