Reports have recently come out showing that regions not traditionally associated with high-tech work are beginning to emerge as major players in the industry.
Month: September 2014
Jon Burkhart & TRG Commercial Banking Complete Successful SVP of Commercial Lending Search
(Richmond, VA) September 17, 2014 – Jon Burkhart and the Commercial Banking Team of The Richmond Group USA (TRG) are pleased to announce the successful conclusion of a Senior Vice President, Commercial Lending search in Austin, TX for a successful and established Texas-based community…
UCLA: Sunny future for California jobs
The University of California, Los Angeles, found that California is expected to experience faster job gains than most of the country through 2016, expanding 2.2 percent as the nation grows 1.9 percent.
Tesla’s Gigafactory could create thousands of jobs in Nevada
After months of competition and planning, electric car maker Tesla has finally chosen the site of the massive plant it’s calling the Gigafactory. Once finished, the facility would cover 5 million square feet and could create nearly 10,000 temporary and permanent jobs and support thousands more.
August Was Another Good Month for Manufacturing!
Manufacturing in the US expanded in August and employment in manufacturing grew at its fastest pace since March 2013. The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) said its index of national factory activity rose to 59.0 from 57.1 the month before. …
Beer industry supports more than 2 million U.S. jobs
An estimated 45 positions are made available by each job directly with a brewery. Total wages and benefits supported by the beer industry are said to be around $79 billion annually.