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Some of the strongest data this year come from the professional and business services sector, usually associated with white-collar employment.
Employers in this broad category have added jobs for eight consecutive months, 572,000 from January through June. The sector accounted for more than 16.7 million U.S. jobs in June.
In case anyone is still looking:
From this NY Times article:
Salaries for finance majors rose 1.6 percent, to $50,546, while those for liberal arts majors fell 8.9 percent, to $33,540. For graduates with computer-related degrees, salary offers rose 5.8 percent, to $58,746.
Assistant wanted; an alert business student interested in small business software and computer technology. Or a computer student with basic business knowledge, interested in working with small businesses. This is not a Wall Street kind of job. You will be working directly for the owner of Cohen Consulting. We will be installing business application software based on Microsoft Sequel Server on the latest HP Business Desktops, Workstations and Servers. We are currently using Windows 7 Pro 64bit on desktops.
Programmer (Contract 3 months – possible extension)
CTG is seeking a Programmer with 2-4 years of C#, SQL Server, and .NET technologies to work in Columbia, SC. The pay is $25-28 per hour.