Who Is Hiring – Where To Find An Outsource Proof Job

The has been in a weak position since the downturn that exposed itself during the last few months of 2019. Things are looking better for companies and according to an article in the Huffington Post by Pallavi Gogoi, titled, “Job Market Booming Overseas For Many American Companies.” This piece states that American based companies created 1.4 million jobs overseas compared to less than 1 million jobs created in the United States.

This is happening because multinational corporations are by definition operating in multiple nations. With weak demand in America and strong demand in some foreign markets, companies are moving production closer to the strongest demand. In the past this demand would have been filled by exporting goods produced in the United States to customers overseas. Trade rules have changed and allow basing production closer to foreign customers more feasible. How do you find an anchor job in America that is resistant to outsourcing?

Health Care Revolution

If the job you are seeking requires face to face contact with your customers it will be difficult to outsource. This will bring you to the field of health care as an example. Health care is delivered in person and is an individual experience. Health care professionals have some of the most stable positions during a recession. The Bureau of Labor Statistics has posted data on it website for November that states employment increased in healthcare by 19,000 in November alone.

The report stated that over 8,000 of those jobs were in hospitals. Health care hiring is not just relegated to doctors and nurses, there is an information technology revolution going on as incentives were included in the stimulus for medical records to be made electronically accessible for meaningful use over the next few years. An article titled “Meaningful Use’ Regs for Electronic Medical Records Finally Drop!” was posted on the Wall Street Journal website.


Mining support services is another area that has added jobs. Department of Labor Statistics stated that 6,000 positions were added in November 2010 and 74,000 jobs since October 2009. Mining is not just confined to traditional areas that some think about such as West Virginia and Kentucky. Mining takes place all over the country as lignite coal fired power plants often source coal from mines located in other parts of the country. The mining industry has added about 74,000 jobs since October 2009.

Temporary Help Is Hot

Temporary help services added 40,000 jobs in November 2010 and have added 494,000 positions since September 2009. Some of the increase in temporary help service logically is from people unable to find full-time work signing up with temporary help firms. The other factor driving temporary help growth are business staffing up without bringing people onto their permanent payrolls.

These are 3 areas that are increasing their hiring in the face of stagnant or increasing unemployment figures. While these bright spots can’t solve the overall job shortfall, they are a step in the right direction. In addition, these industries are firmly rooted on our soil.

American Islam: Jesus

Islam teaches that Jesus was a prophet and messenger of G-d. Jesus, according to the doctrine of Islam, never claimed divinity for himself, but rather, he called to the Oneness of G-d. This is kind of how Jews view Jesus, except that Jews believe Jesus to have been a rabbi, not a prophet. Christians, on the other hand, believe that Jesus was G-d, made manifest in one third of the holy trinity'”Father, Son and Holy Ghost (or Spirit). Islam teaches that Jesus was in fact the messiah'”this, along with many other things about Jesus, varies from Jewish teaching about both Jesus and the messiah.

Islam teaches that Jesus was born without a father, but that he was in no way the son of G-d, only a miracle, created by G-d, through a virgin birth. Just like Adam was born without either parent, Jesus too was a creation of G-d. G-d did not impregnate Mary to give birth to His son, nor did G-d enter into Mary’s womb to be born of Himself. He simply performed a miracle and Mary became pregnant with a child, like any other mortal child, only this child was blessed as the messiah.

This is a variation from both Christianity as well as Judaism. Most Jews believe that Jesus had a father, most likely that father was Joseph, and that he grew up just as any other ordinary child, became a rabbi, developed a following, and was murdered by the Romans. Christians believe that Mary was a virgin, G-d put His spirit into her womb, that Jesus was born the son of G-d literally, and was sent here to be the ultimate sacrifice for the forgiveness of sins.

Islam teaches that G-d raised Jesus up into the heavens and that he will return to usher in the last days of earth. Islam teaches that Jesus will not return as a prophet or a messenger, but will come to fulfill the final manifestation of the law that was revealed to Muhammad in the Qu’ran.

Jews do not believe in an end-game on earth, unless people destroy themselves. Jews do believe that the messiah is yet to come the first time, and that the messiah will usher in a period of unprecedented peace upon the earth. The Jewish messiah will not be G-d in person, but rather a good man who is blessed by G-d to carry out G-d’s work.

Christians believe that Jesus will return to the earth, rapture all of the Christians into heaven, and unleash a series of chaotic diseases and natural disasters on the people who remain. Christians believe that the ultimate holy war will ensue after this, at which time the devil'”Satan'”will be bound for a thousand years, and then the Day of Judgment will come, which will usher in a New Jerusalem where Jesus will be king and the Christians will help him rule'”although the Christians will be the only ones there.



Procter & Gamble Cleans and Grooms the World: One of the largest makers of cleaning, grooming and food products

P&G was born soon after two men were married in 1837 to two sisters. Their new, shared father-in-law encouraged them to become partners in a soap and candle business.

By 1859, P&G had sales of more than $1 million and employed 80 people. Four years later, P&G began winning contracts to supply the Union Army with soap and candles during the American Civil War. Those soldiers went home, taking with them familiarity with P&G’s products. Brilliant!

By the end of 2008, the sales of that unassuming little company had grown to more than $83 billion to customers in some 140 countries, employing almost 140,000 people in 80 countries.

Billion Dollar Brands

In 2008, a total of 29 of its 300 brands generated sales of more than $1 billion. These include highly-visible products such as Tide laundry detergent, Crest toothpaste, Duracell batteries, Pringles potato chips and Vicks medicines, among a host of other well-know brands.

Like many companies of its size, P&G has encountered an abundance of derision. Despite the criticism, the positive side includes a number of impressive achievements. P&G has been listed consistently among the best companies to work for and ranked high on lists of the most admired companies, both in North America and the world.


In 2008, P&G ranked number 2 among the best companies for leaders by Chief Executive magazine, number 6 among Fortune magazine’s most admired companies, and number 12 in Business Week’s top 50 most admired companies.

The company has a long history of earning such allocates. For example, as far back as 1887, while some employers continued to see employees as necessary, disposable evils, P&G recognized the vital role of its employees played in the success of the company. It introduced a profit-sharing program for all employees, one of the earliest companies to do so.

In 2008, P&G spent more than $2.5 billion on advertising, mostly promoting its 300+ products. This huge ad budget earned it recognition as the largest advertiser in the world.

World’s Largest Advertiser

Little wonder choruses of cheers when up, particularly within the advertising industry and television networks, when the company announced in early 2009 that it was planning no major cutbacks in advertising, unlike many other companies in the financial services, automotive and most segments of the consumer products industry.

Behind the advertising is another, lesser-known dimension of P&G. Many in the advertising industry credit P&G with originating the so-called ‘soap opera’. Credit to P&G dates back to the early years of radio when P&G became one of the largest advertisers and radio producers, promoting one of it’s best known products, that as a result, became the famous Ivory soap.

In fact, P&G became not just a major sponsor of soap operas, but set up its own production subsidiary to produce a number of series. With the advent of television, P&G’s production arm produced and sponsored the long-running series, ‘The Young and the Restless’, ‘As the World Turns” and “Guiding Light’. P&G Productions also produced a string of other series, including ‘Another World’, ‘The Edge of Night’ and ‘Search for Tomorrow’.

Where New Jobs Will Be in 2020 and Beyond

A number of ‘experts’ say that the economy hasn’t got what it takes to create the 15 million new jobs needed to take the economy back to what is euphemistically called ‘full-employment’. They also say that millions of jobs lost since the ‘great recession’ reared its ugly head in December, 2017 are gone forever.

These experts say that many of those jobs will never return because they were sent overseas by crafty corporations that replaced high-cost, high-maintenance American workers with low-cost, no-maintenance foreign workers. They also say that many of those jobs were permanently lost by variable cost human beings to fixed-cost technologies.

Last but not least, they say that many more of those lost jobs evaporated forever because thousands upon thousands of businesses were forced to close as tight credit and ballooning unemployment killed demand for their products and services.

Okay.They have a case. After all, nothing they say is untrue. However, they seem to have forgotten that they’re talking about America where anything is possible.

Would these economists’ progenitors back in 1980 have been able to forecast the stunning effect the computer revolution would ultimately have on the number of jobs created in this country over three decades? Could anyone then have known that millions of never-even-dreamed-of-jobs would be created by innovators like Bill Gates, Michael Dell, Steve Wozniak and others?


No and so it is today. No one can predict with any degree of certainty how many jobs will be created in the next year, the next decade or ever because no one can look into the future to see what the next generation of innovators will create.

So, with hope in the future because of America’s innovative past, it is interesting to look into the future to see who will be hiring for what jobs, when and where.

Who will be hiring for what jobs

It’s important to remember that no matter what any economist may say, when they’re not watching television, more than 300 million Americans must be cleaned, clothed, cooled, entertained, fed, heated, housed, kept healthy and moved around.

It takes lots of people working at lots of jobs to supply the needs of that many men, women and children all day, every day. So, it isn’t surprising that the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Handbook, 2020-11 Edition, forecasts the nearly 6 million new jobs (by title, estimated annual income and education/training required) will be created by the following businesses and industries, beginning in late 2020 and beyond:

  • Accountants & auditors/$60,000/Bachelor’s degree
  • Accounting, auditing & bookkeeping clerks/$33,000/Some college & on-the-job-training
  • Administrative assistants & executive secretaries/$40,000/Some college & on-the-job-training
  • Carpenters/$38,000/ On-the-job-training
  • Computer applications & software engineers/$85,000/Bachelor’s degree
  • Construction workers/$30,000/ On-the-job-training
  • Customer service representatives/$30,000/On-the-job training
  • Food preparation & serving workers/$16,000/On-the-job-training
  • Home health care aides/$21,000/On-the-job-training
  • K-12 teachers/$50,000/Bachelor’s degree
  • Landscaping & grounds keeping workers/$24,000/ On-the-job-training
  • Management analysts/$74,000/Bachelor’s degree/work experience
  • Nursing aides/attendants & orderlies/$24,000/Vocational training
  • Office clerks/$25,000/ On-the-job-training
  • Personal & home care aides/$20,000/ On-the-job-training
  • Receptionists & information clerks/$25,000/ On-the-job-training
  • Registered nurses/$63,000/Associate degree
  • Retail sales/$21,000/ On-the-job-training
  • Truck drivers/$38,000/ On-the-job-training
  • University professors/$60,000/Doctoral degree

When new jobs will be created

Some economists believe that these jobs, available beginning in late 2020, are just the tip of the iceberg; that due to pent-up demand, new technologies currently in development and the fact that there will be millions more Americans to feed, clothe and transport over the next four years, enough additional new jobs will be created to put just about every currently unemployed American back to work.

Where new jobs will be created

According to Forbes magazine (April 14, 2020 – “The Best Places for Business and Careers” by Kurt Badenhausen), Des Moines, Iowa is likely to be a hotbed for new jobs in financial services and insurance in 2020. Forbes also likes job prospects in Fort Collins, Colorado, Lincoln, Nebraska, Raleigh, North Carolina and Provo, Utah because the cost of living in those cities is relatively low and because current foreclosure and unemployment rates are below the national average.

For obvious reasons, most economists don’t expect areas with high foreclosure rates to experience any measureable job growth in the foreseeable future. Some of the harder-hit areas include Detroit, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Modesto, Phoenix, Riverside-San Bernardino, San Diego and Stockton.

America, the most creative nation in history, can create full employment

When the ‘bad news economists’ predict that jobs lost in the ‘great recession’ will never be replaced, it is important to remember that this is America.

America has given birth to the greatest job creators in history, including citizens like Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Walter Chrysler, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Steve Jobs, the men already mentioned, many, many more not mentioned and even more we don’t yet know.

This is the one nation on earth where anyone, no matter their age or circumstance, can live out whatever vision of job success

Crest Coupons – Printable and Ecoupons – Proctor and Gamble

Crest toothpaste is one of the most recognized dental health brands in the United States. Owned by Proctor & Gamble, this brand often goes on sale in grocery stores. Printable Crest coupons make shopping on a budget even easier, as the ecoupons are convenient and available with a few clicks of a mouse and a printout.

Printable Crest Coupons

Printable coupons, combined with Sunday newspaper inserts like the Proctor & Gamble Brandsaver, give most shoppers more than enough for solid grocery savings. Manufacturers like P&G put Internet coupons on websites like Coupons.com, Red Plum, SmartSource, and their own website to help increase sales.

It’s easy to get hooked on using online coupons for Crest because it’s as simple as search, click and print. Or is it?


Finding Printable Coupons for Crest Toothpaste

Most major manufacturers like Proctor & Gamble now offer printable coupons at their corporate website and also from the monthly P&G Brandsaver insert. This is a great starting point; go to the Crest source site and see if coupons are offered. If so, print as many as the site permits.

Check websites like Coupons.com, Red Plum, SmartSource, and look out for promotions. Some industry associations, like the American Dental Association, offer public health campaigns with paper Crest coupons, and may even be part of an online Crest coupon campaign. Some manufacturers offer printable coupons in newsletters, so consider signing up for those as well.

Internet Coupons from Facebook and Twitter

Social media websites like Facebook and Twitter allow manufacturers like P&G to reward customers who “Like” or “follow” Crest toothpaste, so consider using your Twitter and Facebook accounts to receive more offers for printables. These coupons, and any ecoupon, should be free; never pay for Crest printable coupons, and keep an eye out for all sources of free Internet coupons and discounts.

Combining Online Coupons With Sales

Weekly flyers from grocery stores allow careful shoppers to combine printable coupons with sales to save 50 percent, 80 percent, or even more on this toothpaste. So how does this work?

If the toothpaste is normally $2.99 per tube but on sale for $1.50, one $.75 Crest coupon, doubled, makes the product free. You don’t have to use a grocery store to save money, either. Drugstores such as:

  • CVS
  • Walgreen’s
  • Rite Aid

have aggressive savings programs, with Extracare Bucks, Register Rewards, and more to sweeten the deal and save you even more money.

Always be on the lookout and exhaust every promotion or resource for free printables. Call 800-492-7378 for details on coupons and promotions from P&G.