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Archive for July, 2010

Cullen/Frost Growth Could Spur on Finance Jobs in San Antonio

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

Cullen/Frost, a financial holdings company in Texas, has reported very strong second quarter results, which could signal that leader in financial services may soon be hiring for finance jobs in San Antonio.

According to a press release,

Employers Hiring for Hospitality Jobs in San Antonio

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010

A new report from Workforce Solutions Alamo indicates that the job market in San Antonio has experienced growth due in part to an increase in hospitality jobs in San Antonio.

Workforce Solutions Alamo

Survey Points to Addition of San Antonio Jobs

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

According to a new survey by Manpower, many metopolitan areas will be adding opportunities, including Texas, where San Antonio jobs are expected to increase.

The global market also exhibited signs of positive change. According to a press release,

Toyota to Add Manufacturing Jobs in San Antonio

Thursday, July 8th, 2010

Toyota is gearing up to roll out their new Tacoma pickup, which means the automaker will be adding manufacturing jobs in San Antonio.

The Tacoma is a big seller and Toyota’s sweet spot, unlike the Tundra, which has struggled due to the rising cost of fuel.

Their San Antonio plant will soon be operating to full capacity, officials said, with the rollout of the Tacoma and the Tundra. This is great news for workers in the auto industry.

Over the past few years, the San Antonio plant had a three-month stall in production in which workers were forced to discontinue working, coupled with reduced hours and shifts that put a strain on morale.

Team members have been focusing on prototypes and tests the last few weeks in anticipation of a glitch-free rollout.

The Tacoma production plant is new and was relocated to San Antonio from California, a move that 1,000 new jobs for the San Antonio area and a brand-new production facility that cost $100 million. The plant now employs about 2800 people, most locals, in San Antonio.

Consumers will be able to purchase the Tacoma by August.