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Human Resources

  1. 1. Jen Ciampi Block 3
  2. 2. 1) Nursing & Medical Services- With over 50,000 new  nursing jobs to be created this year alone, med techs and nurses will have their pick of jobs and salaries, the latter averaging about $57,000 per year. 2) Computing & Engineering- Software engineering is  particularly in demand, with network systems and data communications analysis also booming. These jobs also had some of the highest median salaries in 2006, according to the BLS, with computer software engineers earning a median income of $79,000 a year. 3) Education-In 2009, roughly 38,000 of our economy's new  jobs will be created in colleges and universities nationwide. As more students wait out the recession in college and graduate programs, the need for teachers, administrators, assistants and other staff will expand. 4) Green Jobs- some experts have predicted they'll shake up  the list of the fastest-growing jobs before the end of the decade. 5) Energy -Those venture-backed businesses should still be  in good shape to hire in 2009, since they are more insulated
  3. 3. The ability to create and manage business  relationships Strong Technical skills  Financial Management  Management  Strategic Leadership 
  4. 4. Downsizing is the conscious use of  permanent personnel reductions in an attempt to improve efficiency and/or effectiveness Examples: franchises and corporate  businesses are the most likely to be downsized
  5. 5. A blue-collar worker is a member of the  working class who performs manual labor and earns an hourly wage (example- construction worker) White-collar worker refers to a salaried  professional or an educated worker who performs semi-professional office, administrative, and sales (example- pharmaceuticals)
  6. 6. Off shoring describes the relocation of  business processes from one country to another. Production Businesses are usually off shored  (pharmaceuticals, biotherapeutics, science jobs, etc.)

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