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Retailer hiring for customer service jobs in Vegas

Tuesday, October 9th, 2018

One company is ramping up for the holiday season and hiring for customer service jobs in Vegas.

Macy’s plans to hire approximately 80,000 seasonal colleagues for positions at its Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s stores, call centers, distribution centers and online fulfillment centers nationwide for the 2018 holiday season. Macy’s anticipates a strong and successful holiday shopping season.

Macy’s, Inc.’s 2018 seasonal hiring plan includes the following:

Approximately 23,500 of the 80,000 total seasonal positions will be based in direct-to-consumer fulfillment facilities that support sales generated by the company’s omnichannel business strategy.

This is an increase of 5,500 positions compared to 2017 to ensure customers receive the service and seamless omnichannel experience that they expect during this important time of year.

These positions are located in megacenters in Goodyear, AZ; Cheshire, CT; Tulsa, OK; Portland, TN; and Martinsburg, WV, as well as in product-specific fulfillment centers in Sacramento, CA; Stone Mountain, GA; Secaucus, NJ; and Joppa, MD.

Approximately 1,500 colleagues will be hired to interact with customers via telephone, email and online chat at customer service centers in Mason, OH; Clearwater, FL; and Tempe, AZ.

Approximately 1,000 people will be hired across the country to support the 92nd annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, Santalands and other iconic holiday events.

 

Las Vegas jobs grow

Thursday, October 4th, 2018

The number of Las Vegas jobs are growing year over year, according to recent labor statistics.

Statewide, jobs increased by 3.3 percent, which correlates to 44,800 new jobs added since August of last year. The largest over the month job gain in the metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) was realized in Reno, at 700. Las Vegas saw a slight reduction in jobs over the month while Carson City remained unchanged and in line with seasonal expectations.

“In August, Las Vegas saw a small decline in employment losing 500 jobs over the month, likely due to a statistical correction following July’s very large gain of 10,300 jobs. Despite the slight reduction in employment in Las Vegas and minor upticks in the Reno and Las Vegas unemployment rates over the month, metro area economic indicators continue to follow positive Statewide trends over the year. Wages and employment have increased and unemployment rates have decreased since this same time last year in the Silver State’s MSA’s which reflects positive signs of growth and diversification in those areas,” said David Schmidt, Chief Economist, for Nevada’s Department of Employment, Training & Rehabilitation.

Additional August 2018 Economic Report Highlights:

Job Growth in August (Seasonally-Adjusted): o Las Vegas lost 500 jobs over the month but is up 32,300 over the year (3.3 percent).

o Reno added 700 jobs over the month and 9,100 over the year (3.9 percent), adding jobs at a faster rate that the State as a whole (3.3 percent).
o Carson City remained unchanged from July but is up 700 jobs over the year (2.3 percent).

Unemployment:

o Las Vegas: 4.9 percent; up 0.2 percentage point from July, and down 0.4 percentage point from a year ago.

o Reno: 3.7 percent, up 0.1 percentage point from July; down 0.3 percentage from this time last year.

o Carson City: 4.3 percent, unchanged from July; down 0.2 percentage point from a year ago.

Manufacturing jobs in Vegas may be climbing

Thursday, October 4th, 2018

The number of manufacturing jobs in Vegas may be increasing, according to recent labor statistics.

The state’s unemployment rate decreased by another 0.1 percentage point in August 2018 to 4.5 percent, the lowest rate seen since July 2007. Overall job growth is up 44,800 jobs and grew by 3.3 percent year-over-year.

The last time Nevada experienced a stronger over the year growth rate was in June 2017, according to the state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation’s (DETR) August 2018 economic report.

Additional August Economic Report Notes:

The Statewide unemployment rate declined by 0.1 percentage point over the month, the fourth decline seen so far this year.

Unemployment in all age groups is on the downward trend.

Over the month, seasonally-adjusted employment grew by 1,200 jobs to 1,389,400.

The state added 44,800 jobs over the year (seasonally-adjusted).

As of August 2018, Nevadans employed full-time totaled 1,128,760 representing a new all-time high. This is up from 1,036,030 a year ago.

The manufacturing industry’s year-to-date average employment growth is experiencing record highs and is up 14 percent (6,500 jobs) over the same period last year.