Companies hiring this week

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DefaultRGBJob seekers, here is our weekly list of 10 companies that are hiring now. Click on the links below to learn more about the opportunities available at each company.

1. Advance America
Industry:
Financial services
Sample job titles:
Customer service representative, assistant manager, center manager

2. Bayview Asset Management
Industry: Mortgage origination, servicing and loss mitigation
Sample job titles: Licensed residential mortgage originator, residential mortgage asset manager, mortgage underwriter, mortgage processor, mortgage closer, mortgage post-closer, mortgage shipper

3. DriveTime
Industry:
Used auto dealerships
Sample job titles:
Sales associate, general manager, financial analyst, internal auditor, automotive technician

4. Greystone Healthcare Management
Industry:
Health care
Sample job titles: RN, CNA, certified occupational therapy assistant

5. Lofton Staffing Services
Industry:
General
Sample job titles:
Project engineer, security officer, marketing representative, health care representative, mechanical engineer

6. ProEnergy Services LLC
Industry:
Energy, gas, utilities
Sample job titles: Welder, electrician, six sigma specialist

7. Ross Education
Industry:
Education
Sample job titles:
Instructor (dental, medical assisting, pharmacy tech., etc.), admissions representative, career development representative, campus director, systems engineer

8. Terminix
Industry: Consumer products
Sample job titles: Residential sales, call center associate/supervisor

9. Tyson Foods
Industry:
Consumer products
Sample job titles:
Management, sales, manufacturing

10. Wells Fargo
Industry:
Financial services
Sample job titles: Teller, personal banker, underwriter, customer service representative, apps system engineer

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  1. Most workers seek a career that progresses upward — taking them from entry-level employee to midlevel manager to senior leader. But not everyone has dreams of being the boss. Some people enjoy being a producer, rather than a manager; and still, others would rather work in middle management than in the.

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