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Employment outlook for San Antonio jobs positive

Sunday, January 27th, 2013

The employment outlook for for San Antonio jobs is looking upbeat, according to Manpower.

The latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey posits that optimism among U.S. hiring decision makers continues to improve as a slightly increased hiring pace is expected for Quarter 1 2013.

the Net Employment Outlook for Quarter 1 2013 is +12%, a 1 percentage point increase from Quarter 4 2012 and slightly elevated from +9% during the same period last year.

This quarter

Company may hire for manager jobs in San Antonio

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

Walmart said this week it is planning an aggressive hiring initiative to recruit veterans for managerial jobs in San Antonio.

Beginning Memorial Day, Walmart will offer a job to any honorably discharged veteran in his or her first 12 months off active duty. Most of these jobs will be in Walmart stores and clubs, and some will be in distribution centers and the Home Office.

Good jobs in San Antonio easier to find?

Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

According to a recent poll, job seekers are saying that good jobs in San Antonio (and cities nationwide in general) are easier to find.

The survey was conducted by FPC, a national executive search firm with close to 70 franchise offices.

Of the approximately 1,300 professionals who responded to a recent Workplace Web Poll, 49% of respondents indicated that there are more good job openings than there were a year ago, or that their company hiring had increased over last year. Just over a third reported a continued lack of job openings in their field, or that their company was holding off on hiring new employees, and 16% of respondents were unsure.

Ron Herzog, CEO & President of FPC, said, “Nearly half of job seekers we surveyed reported more hiring activity in their field than a year ago, while half of the job seekers said they have turned down a job offer in their current or more recent job search. These responses are consistent with the overall trend our FPC offices are seeing in the marketplace. There are more competitive jobs out there, and strong candidates with in-demand skills are receiving multiple offers in what has become a very tight talent market.