Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Job Market Report August 8, 2012

This is good - consistency in the job market in our region!

For Immediate release

Aug 8, 2012

Job Postings Consistency Continues – Postings remain steady week over week

(Albany, NY,  August 8, 2012) – In a job market that has been dismal at best from national reports, here in the Capital Region, we have seen consistency in the number of job postings over the past few weeks signaling that we may be into a positive zone as forecasters have predicted. Job postings were at 1843 at the same level as last week, which is good. “This is three weeks in a row of consistently same results which is good. Postings were the same as the weeks before, showing that the market has leveled at a new high for the year, and that is good and what we want to see.  stated Dan Moran, of Next-Act (, a career transition management firm located in Colonie.

Other markets in NYS were flat the past week with little change in job postings. The Capital Region still outpaces Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse, all larger markets with more employers and population.  

About Next-Act

Next-Act, a division of DVG, Inc. is a career management & transition firm directed by Dan Moran, the Founder & President of the firm. Moran contributes over thirty years experience in career consulting, business and human resources management. In 2012, his firm will celebrate 24 years in business. Moran is noted for his expertise in helping today’s “boomers” move on to fulfilling second careers, while helping executives and professionals achieve their career goals. The firm also provides human resources consulting and corporate services to companies. Moran is also a certified facilitator for C.J. Hayden’s Get Clients Now! &  Get Hired Now! programs.

For further press information:

Dan Moran
President & Founder
Career Management & Transition Specialists
Celebrating 24-years of helping others in 2012!
125 Wolf Road, Suite #128
Albany, NY 12205
Office: 518-261-4212
Cell: 518-641-8968
eFax: 586-279-4212

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