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Forbes

Google For Jobs: Potential To Disrupt The $200 Billion Recruiting Industry
Forbes
The Bureau of Labor Statistics show that 20-24% of Americans change jobs every year (ADP global research says it's 27%), which means more than 41 million people are searching for jobs and being recruited into jobs every single year (in the US alone).



Washington Post

President Trump's claim that he's already saved 'millions of jobs' on his foreign trip
Washington Post
As for the number of jobs, thousands appears to have morphed into millions. But an analysis published by The Washington Post reported that the companies involved would not confirm any specific number of jobs saved or supported, suggesting that Trump's ...
Trump touts 'billions of dollars and millions of jobs' from tripThe Hill
Trump claims 'millions of jobs' in US were saved because of his foreign tripWashington Examiner

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MSNBC

Trump's boasts about jobs saved at Carrier start to evaporate
MSNBC
And at face value, that's a compelling argument. The United States has a massive economy in which jobs are created and lost every day, as some companies thrive and others suffer. The power of the presidency is considerable, but blaming (or crediting ...
Carrier announces timeline for eliminating Indy jobsGreensburg Daily News
Carrier factory where Trump touted saved jobs is laying off hundredsWaterloo Record

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Yahoo Finance

Americans who need jobs aren't going where the jobs are
Yahoo Finance
President Trump has promised to “bring back” manufacturing jobs he claims have been shipped to countries like China and Mexico, and revive fading industries such as coal and steel. But in many pockets of the country, the problem isn't shuttered ...

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Chicago Tribune

Mark Zuckerberg tells Harvard grads that automation will take jobs, and it's up to millennials to create more
Chicago Tribune
Mark Zuckerberg finally has his Harvard degree. The Facebook CEO and famous college dropout left the Ivy League university 12 years ago to found the social network, but he returned Thursday to pick up a honorary doctor of laws degree and drop some ...
Mark Zuckerberg warns technology is wiping out tens of millions of jobs - and millennials need to adaptMirror.co.uk
Mark Zuckerberg warns Harvard graduates machines will take their jobsThe Independent

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WXYZ

Jobs: Amazon begins hiring for Livonia center; 1000 positions promised
WXYZ
The $90 million center is expected to open in October, and when it was announced, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, said Amazon would be bringing 1,000 jobs to the area. We've only found a handful of positions posted on Amazon Jobs.



Recode

Why manufacturing jobs are coming back to the U.S. — even as companies buy more robots
Recode
In the long run, many think that automation and robotics are going to replace a significant percentage, if not the overwhelming majority, of manufacturing jobs. That's certainly a possibility. But for now, even as companies add more robots to North ...



AdAge.com (blog)

Zuckerberg Warns Harvard Grads About the Technology Taking Jobs
AdAge.com (blog)
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told Harvard graduates that they need to help others find purpose in a world where machines are taking away some of the steady jobs and communities aren't as stable, leading to isolation and nationalism instead of people ...
Zuckerberg's Harvard Speech Shows He Doesn't Quite Get The Economics Of Jobs And AutomationForbes

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The Columbus Dispatch

Despite retail headwinds, summer jobs available for young people
The Columbus Dispatch
Young people in central Ohio should be able to find a summer job this year despite the problems in one industry that would normally be a big supplier of employment. Many retailers are struggling, as evidenced by a barrage of store closings, which means ...



CNBC

Bounceback or not? Jobs, inflation and consumer data could have big message for economy
CNBC
The four-day Memorial Day week is loaded with important data from jobs to car sales. Negative data surprises have raised doubts about whether the Fed will get in more than one rate rise for the remainder of the year, after it hikes in June. The biggest ...


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