Help Wanted: Top five industries for job growth

In this week’s Help Wanted, we’re highlighting the top five industries for growth over the next five years.

This comes to us from CareerBuilder. Here’s their list:

1.) Translation and Interpretation Services

2.) Specialty hospital workers

3.) Residential remodelers

4.) Home health care workers

5.) Wine and distilled alcoholic beverage wholesalers

To see the full list and to learn more about why these industries are experiencing a lot of growth, click here.

Here are three job openings in Tennessee and Kentucky:

1.) Traffic Coordinator – MVP Group in Union City, TN: This position is full time, with benefits. To apply for this position and to learn more about the job, contact Tammy Thompson by email at: tammythompson@mvpgroupint.com. You can also mail your resume to: MVP Group International, Inc. Attn: Tammy Thompson, HR Manager; 600 Sherwood Drive, Union City, TN 38261.

2.) Direct Support Staff – Marshall County Exceptional Center in Benton, KY: You’ll be helping enhance the lives of people with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Applications available at MCEC: 198 Old Symsonia Road, Benton, KY 42025.  Their hours are 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Monday-Friday. A fringe benefit package is included. You can also contact MCEC at 270-527-1327.

3.) Route Delivery Person – Royal Crown Bottling in Mayfield, KY: This position is full time. You need a CDL Class A license. You will be delivering products to retail accounts and stocking and rotating products. To learn more and to apply, contact Darrell Harcrow by email at dharcrow@rcbev.com or by phone 270-247-2143.

If there’s a job opening you’d like me to pass along, email me at jhorbelt@wpsdlocal6.com.

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