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Gilt hiring for warehouse jobs in Vegas

Sunday, June 26th, 2011

Gilt said this week it is hiring for about 75 warehouse jobs in Vegas for a new distribution facility.

Gilt Groupe, Inc., an innovative online shopping destination, today announced that it has opened a distribution center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The facility, located in North Las Vegas, will house merchandise from Gilt’s West Coast suppliers and improve the company’s overall supply chain strategy by allowing Gilt customers to receive their orders faster.

This is great news for the Vegas jobs market, which has been plagued by critically high unemployment.

Gilt Groupe, Inc. now has three distribution centers in the United States. It addition to this new site, there is one in Brooklyn, New York, which houses merchandise coming from northeast vendors, and the main fulfillment center is located outside of Louisville, Kentucky. (more…)

Vegas jobs not looking any better

Sunday, June 19th, 2011

According to a new list from Forbes, Vegas jobs are climbing higher in terms of numbers, and the economy remains weak.

Vegas unemployment remains dramatically high.

Forbes released its annual best and worst cities for jobs, and Las Vegas ranks among the lowest. The western city expects to see its job numbers swing upwards dramatically in the next few months.

Forbes released the list in partnership with Manpower, the employment services firm.

Corporation recruits for jobs in Vegas

Sunday, June 12th, 2011

Gold Dynamics Corp. said this week it has fulfilled a need for jobs in Vegas.

In particular, the company was looking to fill a vacancy for a geologist.

Since Vegas unemployment is critically high, appointments work favorably to strengthen the economy.

Mr. Matthias Jurgeit, P. Geo. has been appointed as an advisor to the company.

Vegas unemployment remains high

Sunday, June 5th, 2011

The Nevada area has been plagued by high unemployment, and Vegas unemployment remains critically high, according to recent figures from the BLS.

Unemployment rates were lower in April than a year earlier in 297 of the 372
metropolitan areas, higher in 54 areas, and unchanged in 21 areas, the U.S.
Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Twelve areas recorded jobless rates
of at least 15.0 percent, while 16 areas registered rates of less than 5.0
percent. Two hundred thirty-seven metropolitan areas reported over-the-year
increases in nonfarm payroll employment, 126 reported decreases, and 9 had no
change. The national unemployment rate in April was 8.7 percent, not seasonally
adjusted, down from 9.5 percent a year earlier.