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U.S. Employment Outlook July 2011

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Allison VanNest ph: +1 415.512.0770 [email protected]

U.S. Employment Outlook July 2011 Contents
Executive Summary
Key highlights from this month’s report

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U.S. Job Market Snapshot
Nationwide employment changes at a glance

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Local Market Outlook
Job growth and competition in 50 major metros

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Industry and Occupation Outlook
Job growth and competition in major industries and occupations

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Top Hiring Companies
The top 5 companies hiring in 25 major metros

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About
Information on the report and Simply Hired

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Executive Summary
• Summer hiring slump. Nationwide job openings continued to decline for the second consecutive month, dropping -3.8% from May. Openings were up 21.9% year-over-year from 2010. “The decline in job openings signifies that employers are less confident in the economy right now,” said Gautam Godhwani, CEO of SimplyHired.com. “Hiring is likely to be slower as we ride out the effects of events abroad, but we should see a natural increase again at the end of summer when fall hiring begins.” • Hiring slows further in major metros. Additional metros experienced declines in job openings in June. Forty-six of 50 metros posted losses, 14 more than the previous month. The four metros that did not lose job openings saw insubstantial growth: Louisville (1.7%), Birmingham (1.4%), Detroit (0.1%) and Pittsburgh (0.0%). • Retail and finance remain most secure. Despite employer uncertainty of future consumer spending, retail salespersons continued to have the most job openings of any occupation category, up 62.8% month-over-month. Similarly, openings for finance and accounting specialists were up 27.7% for the month, indicating that job seekers may have more luck in either of these fields.

Employment Impact: World Economy
• Decrease in manufacturing jobs. Hiring in the manufacturing industry dropped for the first time in six months, down -7.7%. Job openings for manufacturing workers were also down, -3.6%. Reduced hiring in the industry is likely the result of insecurity about consumer spending trends, as the European Union’s debt troubles and other financial issues in Japan and China shake the world economy. • Automotive industry slows again. Since the earthquake crisis in Japan, automotive hiring has declined (-2.8% in May, -5.6% in June). The industry was previously on the mend, with major US manufacturers hiring for the first time in years; following the earthquakes, however, automotive production all but ceased due to parts shortages. Hiring is expected to increase again near the end of the year, as Japan slowly rebuilds.

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U.S. Job Market Snapshot

Nationwide trends based on job openings listed on SimplyHired.com

Job Openings, Nationwide
10.3% 7.7% 3.2% 4.4% 5.1% 4.4% 1.7% 3.8% 4.1% -2.6% -3.8%

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▼ 3.8%
month-over-month
(from May 2011)

▲ 21.9%
year-over-year
(from June 2010)

For job opening information based on industry and/or occupation, see Industry and Occupation Outlook

Job Competition, Nationwide

For job competition in specific metropolitan areas, see Local Market Outlook

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unemployed persons per job opening

Top Hiring Companies, Nationwide
RANK 1 2 3 4 5 COMPANY HCA Valley Health Starbucks Macy’s UnitedHealth Group JOB OPENINGS 20,725 19,947 12,804 10,278 9,988 M-o-M CHANGE 3.8% 74.1% -22.8% 20.1% 5.0% Y-o-Y CHANGE 91.3% ---46.1%

For top hiring companies in specific metropolitan areas, see Top Hiring Companies by Metro

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Local Market Outlook
HIGHLIGHTS
• Job competition shakeup. Decreasing job openings resulted in nine metros becoming more competitive (Miami & Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, New York, Memphis, Greenville, Chicago, Cincinnati, Columbus, Raleigh & Durham), and five other metros becoming better for job seekers (West Palm Beach, Pittsburgh, Portland, Phoenix, Sacramento). • Hiring slows in Texas. The three greatest decreases in job openings for the month were in Texas: Austin (-22.3%), San Antonio (-8.6%), Dallas & Fort Worth (-8.0%). These declines indicate that hiring is slowing in a state that has contributed one-third of the nation’s post-recession jobs.

Job Openings by Metro
Number of job openings listed on SimplyHired.com in the top 50 metropolitan areas
POPULATION RANK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 JOB OPENINGS (M-o-M) -7.2% -7.2% -7.9% -7.0% -8.0% -6.7% -4.6% -3.9% -5.0% -6.2% 0.1% -3.4% -4.5% -2.9% -2.3% -5.1% -1.4% JOB OPENINGS (Y-o-Y) 1.9% 18.7% 21.6% 14.2% 34.4% 17.5% 21.3% 25.3% 16.5% 33.7% 68.6% 26.9% 41.3% 18.8% 37.5% 16.9% 26.5%
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METROPOLITAN AREA New York (NY) Los Angeles (CA) Chicago (IL) Philadelphia (PA) Dallas & Fort Worth (TX) San Francisco Bay Area (CA) Boston (MA) Atlanta (GA) Washington, DC (DC) Houston (TX) Detroit (MI) Phoenix (AZ) Seattle & Tacoma (WA) Tampa & St. Petersburg (FL) Minneapolis & St. Paul (MN) Miami & Fort Lauderdale (FL) Denver (CO)

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POPULATION RANK 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

METROPOLITAN AREA Cleveland & Akron (OH) Orlando (FL) Sacramento (CA) St. Louis (MO) Portland (OR) Charlotte (NC) Pittsburgh (PA) Raleigh & Durham (NC) Baltimore (MD) Indianapolis (IN) San Diego (CA) Nashville (TN) Hartford & New Haven (CT) Kansas City (MO) Salt Lake City (UT) Cincinnati (OH) Columbus (OH) Milwaukee (WI) Greenville (SC) San Antonio (TX) West Palm Beach (FL) Harrisburg (PA) Birmingham (AL) Grand Rapids (MI) Las Vegas (NV) Norfolk & Newport News (VA) Austin (TX) Oklahoma City (OK) Albuquerque & Santa Fe (NM) Greensboro & Winston-Salem (NC) Memphis (TN) Jacksonville (FL) Louisville (KY)

JOB OPENINGS (M-o-M) -3.1% -7.7% -7.6% -1.0% -2.6% -5.2% 0.0% -4.7% -4.7% -0.7% -7.4% -2.3% -2.1% -3.6% -0.9% -1.3% -0.9% -2.7% -5.6% -8.6% -3.3% -3.4% 1.4% -3.7% -0.7% -5.4% -22.3% -2.5% -1.9% -1.2% -0.5% -1.6% 1.7%

JOB OPENINGS (Y-o-Y) 43.8% 17.4% 20.9% 35.9% 32.5% 29.6% 36.7% 26.9% 22.0% 36.2% 18.5% 44.2% 14.0% 16.7% 46.2% 47.3% 44.6% 16.6% 39.6% 18.9% 27.0% 45.5% 26.9% 47.9% 26.1% 20.5% 30.6% 38.4% 31.1% 32.3% 26.4% 25.4% 52.2%

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Job Competition by Metro (ranked by Population)
Ratio of unemployed persons to job openings listed on SimplyHired.com in the top 50 metropolitan areas
POPULATION RANK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 UNEMPLOYED PERSONS : JOB OPENINGS 5:1 6:1 4:1 3:1 2:1 2:1 2:1 3:1 1:1 3:1 5:1 3:1 2:1 4:1 2:1 8:1 3:1 3:1 5:1 6:1 4:1 3:1 3:1 2:1 3:1
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METROPOLITAN AREA New York (NY) Los Angeles (CA) Chicago (IL) Philadelphia (PA) Dallas & Fort Worth (TX) San Francisco Bay Area (CA) Boston (MA) Atlanta (GA) Washington, DC (DC) Houston (TX) Detroit (MI) Phoenix (AZ) Seattle & Tacoma (WA) Tampa & St. Petersburg (FL) Minneapolis & St. Paul (MN) Miami & Fort Lauderdale (FL) Denver (CO) Cleveland & Akron (OH) Orlando (FL) Sacramento (CA) St. Louis (MO) Portland (OR) Charlotte (NC) Pittsburgh (PA) Raleigh & Durham (NC)

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POPULATION RANK 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

METROPOLITAN AREA Baltimore (MD) Indianapolis (IN) San Diego (CA) Nashville (TN) Hartford & New Haven (CT) Kansas City (MO) Salt Lake City (UT) Cincinnati (OH) Columbus (OH) Milwaukee (WI) Greenville (SC) San Antonio (TX) West Palm Beach (FL) Harrisburg (PA) Birmingham (AL) Grand Rapids (MI) Las Vegas (NV) Norfolk & Newport News (VA) Austin (TX) Oklahoma City (OK) Albuquerque & Santa Fe (NM) Greensboro & Winston-Salem (NC) Memphis (TN) Jacksonville (FL) Louisville (KY)

UNEMPLOYED PERSONS : JOB OPENINGS 2:1 3:1 4:1 3:1 3:1 3:1 3:1 4:1 3:1 2:1 4:1 3:1 1:1 3:1 4:1 4:1 7:1 2:1 2:1 2:1 2:1 4:1 4:1 4:1 4:1

Based on most recently available data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and SimplyHired.com

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Job Competition by Metro (ranked by Unemployment Ratio)
Ratio of unemployed persons to job openings listed on SimplyHired.com in the top 50 metropolitan areas
UNEMPLOYED PERSONS : JOB OPENINGS 8:1 7:1 6:1 6:1 5:1 5:1 5:1 4:1 4:1 4:1 4:1 4:1 4:1 4:1 4:1 4:1 4:1 4:1 4:1 3:1 3:1 3:1 3:1 3:1 3:1
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RANKING 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

CHANGE

METROPOLITAN AREA Miami & Fort Lauderdale (FL) Las Vegas (NV) Sacramento (CA) Los Angeles (CA) Detroit (MI)

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New York (NY) Orlando (FL) Grand Rapids (MI) Greensboro & Winston-Salem (NC) Birmingham (AL) Tampa & St. Petersburg (FL) Memphis (TN) Jacksonville (FL) Greenville (SC) San Diego (CA) Louisville (KY) St. Louis (MO) Chicago (IL) Cincinnati (OH) Phoenix (AZ) Philadelphia (PA) Portland (OR) Atlanta (GA) Houston (TX) Cleveland & Akron (OH)

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RANKING 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

CHANGE
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METROPOLITAN AREA Hartford & New Haven (CT) Kansas City (MO) Nashville (TN) Charlotte (NC) Indianapolis (IN) San Antonio (TX) Salt Lake City (UT) Harrisburg (PA) Columbus (OH) Raleigh & Durham (NC) Denver (CO) Norfolk & Newport News (VA) Pittsburgh (PA) Dallas & Fort Worth (TX) Seattle & Tacoma (WA) San Francisco Bay Area (CA) Milwaukee (WI) Minneapolis & St. Paul (MN) Albuquerque & Santa Fe (NM) Boston (MA) Baltimore (MD) Austin (TX) Oklahoma City (OK) West Palm Beach (FL) Washington, DC (DC)

UNEMPLOYED PERSONS : JOB OPENINGS 3:1 3:1 3:1 3:1 3:1 3:1 3:1 3:1 3:1 3:1 3:1 2:1 2:1 2:1 2:1 2:1 2:1 2:1 2:1 2:1 2:1 2:1 2:1 1:1 1:1

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Based on most recently available data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and SimplyHired.com

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Industry and Occupation Outlook
HIGHLIGHTS
• Confidence in transportation grows. Energy prices have not risen to the extreme rates feared by analysts, renewing confidence in the transportation industry. While most other industries had negative changes in job openings, transportation continued to increase, up another 19.1% (12.9% last month). This hiring increase is likely to continue if oil prices remain level. • Increased military hiring. The military was one of two sectors experiencing job growth in June, increasing 7.2%. Job openings for military personnel increased 41.5%, the second largest growth of any occupation category after retail salespersons.

Job Openings by Industry
Number of job openings listed on SimplyHired.com in each major industry
INDUSTRY Agriculture Automotive Construction Education Financial Services Government Healthcare Hospitality Legal Manufacturing Media Military Non-Profit Real Estate Retail Technology Transportation Travel JOB OPENINGS (M-o-M) -28.8% -5.6% -11.8% -7.2% -4.7% -6.4% -5.3% -5.6% -5.2% -7.7% -14.1% 7.2% -18.3% -3.8% -1.5% -12.7% 19.1% -15.2% JOB OPENINGS (Y-o-Y) -19.6% 60.0% 25.9% 1.6% 34.1% 16.6% 17.9% -1.9% -12.8% 30.4% -2.8% -53.5% -13.3% 7.4% 66.2% -16.4% 105.3% 24.3%

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Job Openings by Occupation Category
Number of job openings listed on SimplyHired.com in each major occupation category
OCCUPATION CATEGORY Managers Human Resources Specialists, Compliance Officers and Business Operators Financial Specialists and Accountants Computer Engineers and Programmers Engineers (excluding Computer) Scientists, Social Scientists and Lab Techs Doctors, Nurses, Therapists and Health Techs Social Workers, Counselors and Religious Workers Law Enforcement, Fire and Security Lawyers, Judges and Legal Support Office and Administrative Workers Teachers, Librarians and Education Workers Journalists and Media Workers Cooks, Servers and Food Workers Personal Care and Services Retail Salespersons Installation, Maintenance and Repair Workers Building and Groundskeepers Farmers, Fishers and Forestry Workers Manufacturing Workers Construction and Extraction Workers
Drivers, Pilots and Transportation Workers Military Personnel

JOB OPENINGS (M-o-M) -5.6% -46.7% 27.7% -5.9% -12.5% -5.3% -5.4% -3.7% -11.3% -5.9% -7.8% 3.2% -3.6% -5.7% -5.0% 62.8% -1.9% -2.4% 4.5% -3.6% 1.3%
6.4% 41.5%

JOB OPENINGS (Y-o-Y) 15.2% -36.1% 53.0% 17.3% 31.7% 3.6% 9.0% 1.1% 1.7% -12.2% 29.0% 18.1% -57.4% 10.0% 14.6% 100.3% 19.9% 5.8% 14.2% 38.1% -13.1%
85.4% 29.0%

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Top Hiring Companies by Metro
HIGHLIGHTS
• More jobs in non-consumer companies. Of 92 unique employers on the Top Hiring Companies list, only 27 were companies whose primary business is consumer goods and services. More than two-thirds of the top employers are in health, financial or commercial services. • Companies cutting back on hiring. Seventy-three of 125 company locations decreased their number of job openings in June. While these declines may be due in part to positions becoming filled, the more likely primary cause is the general hiring slump across the nation.

Top Hiring Companies, 25 Major Metros
Top five companies with the most job openings listed on SimplyHired.com in 25 major metropolitan areas
Note: Parentheses after each company denote month-over-month change

Atlanta, GA
1. WellStar Health System – 1,145 jobs (2.1%) 2. Time Warner – 655 jobs (-21.9%) 3. Northside Hospital – 639 jobs (-7.2%) 4. Emory University – 634 jobs (-2.1%) 5. Accenture – 504 jobs (4.2%)

Chicago, IL
1. Sears – 1,089 jobs (0.8%) 2. HCR Manor Care – 936 jobs (-9.1%) 3. Accenture – 905 jobs (-8.4%) 4. Advocate Health Care – 641 jobs (-4.3%) 5. JPMorgan Chase – 585 jobs (114.3%)

Boston, MA
1. Massachusetts General Hospital – 918 jobs (22.0%) 2. Brigham and Women’s Hospital – 760 jobs (17.2%) 3. MIT – 729 jobs (-10.8%) 4. Kindred Healthcare – 687 jobs (6.4%) 5. Harvard University – 682 jobs (-29.0%)

Cleveland, OH
1. PNC Financial – 310 jobs (-20.5%) 2. Goodyear Tire & Rubber – 307 jobs (-24.9%) 3. HCR Manor Care – 243 jobs (-7.2%) 4. Akron Children’s Hospital – 187 jobs (-22.3%) 5. Kindred Healthcare – 187 jobs (10.7%)

Charlotte, NC
1. Novant Health – 236 jobs (12.0%) 2. Bayada Nurses – 225 jobs (-19.5%) 3. BI-LO – 221 jobs (-4.1%) 4. Harris Teeter – 214 jobs (-5.3%) 5. TIAA-CREF – 211 jobs (-27.5%)

Dallas and Fort Worth, TX
1. HCA – 1,641 jobs (7.6%) 2. Texas Health Resources – 1,199 jobs (-28.2%) 3. Baylor Health Care – 1,018 jobs (-16.0%) 4. Methodist Hospitals of Dallas – 753 jobs (-14.7%) 5. JPMorgan Chase – 501 jobs (74.8%)
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Denver, CO
1. HCA – 1,420 jobs (12.7%) 2. Exempla Healthcare – 594 jobs (0.0%) 3. Banner Health – 436 jobs (-4.7%) 4. Starbucks – 336 jobs (-26.0%) 5. Safeway – 323 jobs (9.9%)

New York, NY
1. Citigroup – 1,399 jobs (7.4%) 2. Accenture – 1,323 jobs (6.4%) 3. Macy’s – 1,141 jobs (10.5%) 4. PricewaterhouseCoopers – 1,118 jobs (-3.4%) 5. Ernst & Young – 883 jobs (-16.3%)

Detroit, MI
1. Henry Ford Health System – 705 jobs (90.3%) 2. General Motors – 649 jobs (19.6%) 3. HCR ManorCare – 489 jobs (-4.9%) 4. Meijer – 477 jobs (-4.2%) 5. St. John Health System – 465 jobs (-9.3%)

Orlando, FL
1. HCA – 739 jobs (8.9%) 2. Florida Hospital – 549 jobs (34.1%) 3. Health First – 319 jobs (-9.4%) 4. The Walt Disney Company – 195 jobs (13.1%) 5. Siemens – 184 jobs (-0.7%)

Houston, TX
1. HCA – 1,254 jobs (3.0%) 2. Hewlett-Packard – 619 jobs (-17.9%) 3. University of Texas Health Center – 501 jobs (-16.1%) 4. Texas Children’s Hospital – 370 jobs (38.2%) 5. Accenture – 304 jobs (1.4%)

Philadelphia, PA
1. HCR ManorCare – 981 jobs (-5.4%) 2. Bayada Nurses – 756 jobs (14.6%) 3. Ryder – 512 jobs (-1.8%) 4. Genesis HealthCare – 505 jobs (-18.5%) 5. Accenture – 485 jobs (5.0%)

Los Angeles, CA
1. Starbucks – 1,534 jobs (-18.8%) 2. Michaels Arts & Crafts – 841 jobs (1.0%) 3. PetSmart – 819 jobs (1.0%) 4. Providence Health and Services – 811 jobs (3.9%) 5. Kia Motors – 808 jobs (4.2%)

Phoenix, AZ
1. Banner Health – 2,325 jobs (-1.1%) 2. Honeywell International – 606 jobs (40.4%) 3. UnitedHealth Group – 392 jobs (29.9%) 4. Intel – 385 jobs (-9.4%) 5. Scottsdale Healthcare – 383 jobs (-1.8%)

Miami and Fort Lauderdale, FL
1. HCA – 947 jobs (9.7%) 2. Memorial Healthcare – 560 jobs (13.0%) 3. Miami Dade College – 504 jobs (-2.9%) 4. Macy’s – 281 jobs (10.8%) 5. Variety Children’s Hospital – 257 jobs (5.7%)

Pittsburgh, PA
1. PNC Financial Services – 696 jobs (-26.2%) 2. West Penn Allegheny Health Systems – 379 jobs (25.7%) 3. HCR ManorCare – 356 jobs (-5.2%) 4. University of Pittsburgh – 314 jobs (-44.2%) 5. Macy’s – 214 jobs (15.7%)

Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN
1. UnitedHealth Group – 2,490 jobs (0.8%) 2. Allina Hospitals & Clinics – 358 jobs (3.4%) 3. US Army – 352 jobs (0.1%) 4. Life Time Fitness – 345 jobs (-3.2%) 5. 3M – 328 jobs (-10.7%)

Portland, OR
1. Intel - 802 jobs (-5.7%) 2. Providence Health and Services – 653 jobs (9.6%) 3. Oregon Health & Science University – 524 jobs (-9.4%) 4. Safeway – 516 jobs (3.9%) 5. Starbucks – 254 jobs (-30.3%)
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Raleigh & Durham, NC
1. WakeMed Health and Hospitals - 612 jobs (-3.4%) 2. Harris Teeter – 253 jobs (-1.7%) 3. SAS Institute – 231 jobs (-12.0%) 4. Verizon – 216 jobs (-38.1%) 5. BB&T Corporation – 178 jobs (-32.2%)

St. Louis, MO
1. BJC Health – 514 jobs (1.1%) 2. St. Anthony’s Medical Center – 416 jobs (-0.2%) 3. SSM Health Care – 342 jobs (7.2%) 4. Saint Louis University – 316 jobs (2.3%) 5. Barnes-Jewish Hospital – 265 jobs (-2.5%)

Sacramento, CA
1. Sutter Health – 651 jobs (-8.7%) 2. Intel – 487 jobs (-0.3%) 3. Catholic Healthcare West – 448 jobs (-18.5%) 4. Starbucks – 387 jobs (-19.2%) 5. Sears – 189 jobs (-2.5%)

Tampa and St. Petersburg, FL
1. HCA – 1,417 jobs (-4.2%) 2. BayCare Health System – 892 jobs (-8.7%) 3. University Community Hospital – 416 jobs (-31.8%) 4. Citigroup – 330 jobs (44.0%) 5. HCR ManorCare – 321 jobs (-9.7%)

San Francisco Bay Area, CA
1. Google – 1,671 jobs (-21.9%) 2. eBay – 1,583 jobs (1.0%) 3. Sutter Health – 1,451 jobs (-8.8%) 4. Apple – 1,165 jobs (-44.9%) 5. Starbucks – 789 jobs (-19.4%)

Washington, DC
1. CACI International – 1,529 jobs (-2.7%) 2. BAE Systems – 1,231 jobs (-33.5%) 3. Accenture – 1,143 jobs (7.7%) 4. Inova Health System – 1,113 jobs (-13.8%) 5. L-3 Communications – 1,104 jobs (-2.5%)

Seattle and Tacoma, WA
1. Amazon.com – 1,772 jobs (9.9%) 2. Microsoft – 1,192 jobs (-18.6%) 3. University of Washington – 1,083 jobs (-10.6%) 4. Providence Health and Services – 972 jobs (2.9%) 5. Starbucks – 780 jobs (-15.4%)

Note: List only includes companies with 50 or more jobs available
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About the U.S. Employment Outlook The U.S. Employment Outlook is a monthly analysis and forecast of employment trends in the United States. These findings are based on monthly job seeker activity on SimplyHired. com, which aggregates millions of listings from over 30,000 employment sites, and data obtained from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Some findings may be projected from recent historical data. Data may not be representative of all industries, occupations and/or metro areas. “Metropolitan Areas” in this report are the 50 most populous in the U.S., as ranked by the Nielsen Company’s Designated Market Area (DMA) list. “Occupation Categories” are derived from the Department of Labor’s O*NET database. About Simply Hired With over eight million job listings, Simply Hired (www.SimplyHired.com) is the world’s largest job search engine—25 times the size of the biggest job board. Servicing 16 million monthly users across 23 countries, the company powers jobs on over 10,000 network partner sites, including LinkedIn, CNNMoney, The Washington Post and Businessweek. Reaching passive as well as active candidates, the Simply Hired network delivers millions of targeted job applicants and boasts one of the lowest cost-per-hire rates in the industry. The company is based in Mountain View, California and is funded by Foundation Capital and IDG Ventures.

Contact Information
For questions, comments or more information related to this report, please contact: Allison VanNest ph: +1 415.512.0770 [email protected] Simply Hired, Inc. grants permission to freely copy, publish and repurpose the data included in this report for media, education, research and the promotion of this work, provided that no changes or alterations are made to excerpts, and full attribution of authorship is made to “SimplyHired.com” and linking to our homepage, http://www.simplyhired.com. Any images directly from this report must be shown with the following copyright notice below the graphic: “© 2011 Simply Hired, Inc.”

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