Greenspan predicts US unemployment will rise

The FINANCIAL -- Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan predicted on October 4 that the U.S. economy will grow more than expected in the third quarter, but said the jobless rate also will continue to climb and pass 10 percent. …

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Top Professions

The FINANCIAL -- Sales manager, sales specialist, cashier and marketing manager are some of the most demanded professions at the moment, so reveals one of the HR experts interviewed by The FINANCIAL. …

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Euro area and EU27 employment down by 0.8%

The FINANCIAL -- The number of persons employed in the euro area1 (EA16) fell by 0.8% (1 220 000 persons) in the first quarter of 2009 compared with the previous quarter, according to national accounts estimates published by Eurostat, the Statistical…

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Recession Proof Jobs

The FINANCIAL -- “Education, Healthcare and Oil industries are the most stable working spheres,” says Akaki Tavadze, Teacher of the Management Programme of Tbilisi free University, ESM Tbilisi. …

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Young Specialists Hold Onto Their Current Jobs

The FINANCIAL -- The representatives of top companies in Georgia say they are going to keep their current employees but hire less new people because of the global financial crisis. If the situation gets worse, companies will either start the reduction…

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Caucasus Online Creates Vacancies for Students

The FINANCIAL -- The leader of Georgian internet providers, Caucasus Online’s worked-out plan about creating jobs for students has entered its finishing phase. The project was divided into two parts, the first part of which was fulfilled in December. …

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BR to employ more than 200 People in 2008

The FINANCIAL -- Under the framework of the large-scale Presidential Employment program Bank Republic will offer about 200 vacancies and three-month professional training for citizens registered in the program throughout Georgia. Upon completion of the training, the successful candidates will enjoy…

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