Surveys apparently predict that there should be MORE job opportunities within the next six months, as opposed to job losses. This small bit of news comes as a beacon of light in an otherwise dark and depressing employment climate, due in no small part to the economic recession. In a survey that was recently cited on the Middletown Journal's website, 84 companies were surveyed, and 42 percent of those 84 plan to hire MORE workers within the next six months; this number being an increase from the 29 percent that was recorded at the start of 2010. Compare this to the 7 percent that plan to cut employment, and one is bound to feel a modicum of encouragement concerning the number of available work opportunities, which as of late has been so bleak, especially within a society that is so predicated upon ideas of monetary self-worth and the ratio of available employment to the number of able-bodied workers.
Among some of the business entities that will most likely contribute to this increase of employment opportunities, SunCoke energy has started to accept applications for hourly workers for its Middletown plant that is currently under construction. Keystone Foods is also conducting some hiring events for its Fairfield facility.
To read more, read the following Middletown Journal article: http://www.middletownjournal.com/news/middletown-news/survey-shows-more-companies-to-add-rather-than-cut-jobs-in-next-6-months-1063291.html