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Where the Jobs Are This Week

By The Casone Exchange FOXBusiness

We are back to our normal on-air segment this week, but the numbers of jobs we are finding for you is anything but normal! Take a close look at the salary range and “thousands” of positions that are available at Pizza Hut, for instance.

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PIZZA HUT - American restaurant chain that offers different styles of pizza along with side dishes including salad, pasta, wings, & breadsticks.
*Has at least 10,000 open jobs nationwide (Atlanta: +700; Chicago: +800; Dallas-Ft. Worth: +900; Los Angeles: +1,400; Minneapolis: +600 & Raleigh-Durham: +300)
*Top Jobs: Delivery Drivers, Restaurant General Managers and Shift Supervisors
*Drivers are paid hourly, and also make tips. Salaried jobs (such as managers) can make between $35k-$50k plus bonuses
*Introducing new ways to hire, such as mobile and social media application processes – has the USA’s largest Careers Facebook Page with over 175k fans
*For more information go to  

INTELLIGRATED – Manufactures & installs complete material handling automation solutions, including conveyor, sortation & robotic systems.
*Currently has 85 openings and plans to hire 120 by the end of year
*Top Jobs:  Engineering, Administrative and Manufacturing  personnel
*Starting salaries range from $55,000 to $80,000
*Hiring is nationwide but has key operations (including a new HQ in Mason, OH) in OH, CA, MD, MO, NY & KY. Recently acquired Knighted, a leading provider of supply chain software
*Has a veteran’s initiative that includes job fairs for local veterans
*For more information go to

MATTRESS FIRM – The nation’s largest specialty bedding retailer offering a broad selection of mattresses, bedding accessories and related products.
*Has 123 current openings nationwide
*Top Jobs: Sales Associates, Store Managers
*Houston, Las Vegas, Dallas, Miami and Atlanta have the most openings. Also hiring 40-60 people this year in headquartered in Houston.                                                                                                       *Big on promoting from within; 94% of market level leadership team has risen up from within the company
*For more information go to

VALERUS – Leader in integrated oil and gas handling and processing services, provides fast, safe, effective oilfield solutions for handling oil and natural gas at the wellhead.
*Had 179 openings across the U.S. at beginning of the year, now down to 113. Plans to add a total of 300 new employees in 2013
*Top Jobs: Field Service Technician, International/Domestic Operations, Administrative, Office Manager, Clerical, Buyers/Planners, Accountants, Engineers, IT, and Area Supervisor support staff
*Entry level clerical/general labor positions range $11-12 p/h. Entry level Field Service Techs start at $17p/h + OT. Senior-level FST’s can make $37p/h & management can earn in the $100K salary range
*Valerus employees are covered starting on day one by the company’s insurance which is also available for the family.
*Openings in TX, OK, LA, NM, CO, UT, WY, MI, PA, AL & WV. International Rotator FST positions can live anywhere in the U.S.
*For more information go to
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ENDOCHOICE – Medical-device company that provides devices, diagnostics, infection control and imaging for specialists treating a wide range of gastrointestinal diseases.
*Has 200 openings total for 2013 - approximately 100 openings in the US & another 100 split between Israel and Germany. Also has many more jobs forecast for 2014 & 2015.
*Top Jobs: Engineering, Marketing, Customer Care, Sales, Finance, Pathology, Human Resources, Operations
*Expanding facilities in Reno, NV & Nashville, TN. Majority of positions are in Alpharetta, GA
*Listed on the INC 500 list of fastest growing companies in America 2010, 2011, 2012
*For more information go to or call 888-682-3636 or email                                                                                               (Contacted us through!)

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