Top 10 Job Seeker Resume Categories: Jun 6–Jun 10 2010

Did you know that these are the top ten job categories that job seeker resumes were uploaded to at America's Job Exchange during the week of Jun 6 through Jun 10, 2010?

1. Production Workers

2. Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand

3. Assemblers and Fabricators

4. General and Operations Managers

5. Office and Administrative Support Workers

6. Team Assemblers

7. Cashiers

8. Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer

9. Retail Salespersons

10. Construction Laborers

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Check back to my section of the AJE blog for more updates next week.

PJ Beaulac
Director of e-Commerce
America's Job Exchange

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