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RE: [Nonprofit Networking Group] New research on Seattle entry-level jobs

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  • deborah barnes
    hi Anna,the link goes to a no display page. This sounds like an interesting webinar - though i see it as the cart before the horse as far as creating policy
    Message 1 of 3 , Feb 1, 2013
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      hi Anna,
      the link goes to a no display page. This sounds like an interesting webinar - though  i  see it as the cart before the horse as far as creating policy for human Beings connected, interrelated to all life on a "living" planet
      best,
      deborah j barnes
      http://fashionrip.blogspot.com
      http://fashionethos.blogspot.com

       

      To: NonprofitNetworking@yahoogroups.com
      From: ARaksany@...
      Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2013 14:16:44 -0800
      Subject: [Nonprofit Networking Group] New research on Seattle entry-level jobs

       
      Curious about what Seattle-area employers have to say about who they are
      looking to hire for their entry-level positions? Seattle Jobs Initiative
      asked them! Read the report and join us for a free webinar on February
      28th at 2:30PM.
      http://hosted.verticalresponse.com/410367/3e6abf099a/1822502149/d3de2bd9
      38/

      Seattle Jobs Initiative creates opportunities for people to support
      themselves and their families through living-wage careers.

      Key questions addressed by the research include:

      * How do employers define "entry-level" at their businesses?
      * What hourly wages are employers currently paying their entry-level
      workers?
      * What level of education is required for most entry-level positions at
      local businesses?
      * Is there a difference between job requirements and actual educational
      attainment of incumbent workers within entry-level positions? If so, is
      this difference economy-driven and cyclical, or systemic?
      * What is the comparative value of degrees, certificates and job
      experience in employers' hiring decisions for entry-level positions?
      * What additional factors give applicants for entry-level positions an
      edge in getting hired?

      ___________________________________
      Anna Raksany
      Development Manager
      Seattle Jobs Initiative

      206.628.6966 direct | 206.628.6986 fax
      araksany@...
      830 4th Avenue South, Suite 206 | Seattle, WA 98134
      www.seattlejobsinitiative.com

      Visit our NEW website: www.seattlejobsinitiative.com

      OPENING DOORS TO LIVING-WAGE CAREERS


    • Anna Raksany
      Hello, It appears that the original link that I sent with info on entry-level jobs was cut off. This URL should work. http://bit.ly/WFLJnY -Anna Curious about
      Message 2 of 3 , Feb 1, 2013
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        Hello,

        It appears that the original link that I sent with info on entry-level jobs was cut off. This URL should work.

        http://bit.ly/WFLJnY


          -Anna

         

         

        Curious about what Seattle-area employers have to say about who they are
        looking to hire for their entry-level positions? Seattle Jobs Initiative
        asked them! Read the report and join us for a free webinar on February
        28th at 2:30PM.
        http://hosted.verticalresponse.com/410367/3e6abf099a/1822502149/d3de2bd9
        38/

        Seattle Jobs Initiative creates opportunities for people to support
        themselves and their families through living-wage careers.

        Key questions addressed by the research include:

        * How do employers define "entry-level" at their businesses?
        * What hourly wages are employers currently paying their entry-level
        workers?
        * What level of education is required for most entry-level positions at
        local businesses?
        * Is there a difference between job requirements and actual educational
        attainment of incumbent workers within entry-level positions? If so, is
        this difference economy-driven and cyclical, or systemic?
        * What is the comparative value of degrees, certificates and job
        experience in employers' hiring decisions for entry-level positions?
        * What additional factors give applicants for entry-level positions an
        edge in getting hired?

        ___________________________________
        Anna Raksany
        Development Manager
        Seattle Jobs Initiative

        206.628.6966 direct | 206.628.6986 fax
        araksany@...
        830 4th Avenue South, Suite 206 | Seattle, WA 98134
        www.seattlejobsinitiative.com

        Visit our NEW website: www.seattlejobsinitiative.com

        OPENING DOORS TO LIVING-WAGE CAREERS


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