- “America’s Finest City” — as former Mayor Pete Wilson called San Diego– is where job candidates most want to live, according to the Human Capital Institute and Monster. This comes despite still-jaw-dropping housing costs that recruiters frequently cite as a major impediment to convincing people to relocate to San Diego. In the survey of 806 employees, San Diego was the place candidates would be most willing to relocate to, followed by San Francisco, New York, Atlanta, Boston, Austin, Denver, Los Angeles, Seattle, and Portland, Oregon. The least desired: New York, Detroit, Los Angeles, and New Orleans.
- We don’t have a specific link to any news item, but we hear Sykes will be picking up its hiring in the coming months.
- Barclays is “creating 800 jobs.”
- The Labor Department said today that employment in Louisiana has increased 2.2% over the past year, and employment in that state has improved significantly even over the past month.
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