15 Companies Hiring In July

I'll guarantee either you or someone you know is looking for a job. Maybe you were laid off, just graduated or are unhappy with your current job.

The problem is that you can't find a job because there are fewer out there. But don't make the mistake of thinking there are no jobs out there. You've just got a little more competition vying for the same positions.

To help you out, we've reached out to companies who are definitely hiring in July to find out which jobs they're looking to fill. We've also included a sample of some of their open positions and the corresponding locations.

What are they looking for? Education and experience requirements vary by industry and positions. Still, hard work and loyalty are common traits employers are looking for across all industries, especially in this economy.

Job seekers should be able to highlight some of their career accomplishments when applying for these jobs. Monetta Williams of lynda.com, a company that trains people on digital technology, wants to hire someone who will bring results.

"We are growing very quickly at lynda.com and are looking for bright, passionate and dedicated people who have clearly demonstrated initiative and success," Williams says.

Likewise, Katie Bussan of wireless telecommunications company U.S. Cellular explains what employees should bring to the table.

"No matter what role you may have, we look for associates who are motivated, career-minded and enthusiastic about supporting each other in building the bonds of customer loyalty," she says.

Companies that are hiring

You'll notice that we've included companies of various sizes -- some are hiring hundreds and others are hiring less than dozen. We wanted to include job openings in a variety of industries throughout the country because we know workers in every field are looking for work. Some prefer large organizations and others like a small company, so hopefully there's something for everyone.

Here are 15 companies hiring in July:


1. Allstate

Industry: Insurance

Sample positions: Claims processing specialist, underwriting examiner, claims service adjuster

Location: Nationwide (including Washington, Virginia, Florida)

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2. AT&T

Industry:Telecommunications

Sample positions: Retail sales consultant, sales support rep, premises technician

Location: Nationwide (including Louisiana, Ohio, Georgia)

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3. Colonial Life

Industry: Insurance

Sample positions: District sales manager, sales representative

Location: Nationwide (including Texas, New Jersey, Kansas)

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4. Financial Comfort

Industry: Finance

Sample positions: Bookkeeper, staff accountant, marketing

Location: New York

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5. Kearney & Company Jobs

Industry: Accounting

Sample positions: Senior accountant, senior auditor, IT auditor

Location: Virginia

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6. Kelly Services, Kelly Scientific Resources, Kelly Information Technology Resources

Industry: Various*

Sample positions: Senior chemist, biologics quality assurance/quality control, .Net programmer, help desk worker

Location: Nationwide (including Massachusetts, Michigan, Colorado)

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7. LogoNation

Industry: Marketing

Sample positions: Graphic designer, outside sales representative

Location: Nationwide (including Louisiana, Georgia, South Carolina)

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8. lynda.com

Industry: Technology and education

Sample positions: Online marketing manager, executive assistant, business analyst

Location: California

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9. MassPRO, Inc

Industry: Marketing/consulting

Sample positions: Jewelry/handbag merchandiser

Location: Nationwide (including Oregon, California)

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10. McAlister's Deli

Industry: Casual dining

Sample positions: Team member, restaurant manager, vice president of finance

Location: Nationwide (including Louisiana, Michigan, Alabama)

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11. Motorola

Industry: Telecommunications

Sample positions: Mechanical engineer, brand marketing consultant, senior accountant

Location: Florida, California, Pennsylvania, Illinois

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12. Robert Half International Direct Hire, Robert Half International Temporary,Robert Half International Consulting Positions

Industry: Various*

Sample positions: Senior financial analyst, staff accountant, accounting clerk

Location: Nationwide (including New York, California, Florida)

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13. Total Quality Logistics

Industry: Third-party logistics

Sample positions: Inside sales executive, software developer, HR systems coordinator

Location: Ohio

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14. U.S. Cellular

Industry: Telecommunications

Sample positions:Customer service representative, data network engineer, senior database administrator

Location: Multiple (including Illinois, Missouri, Oklahoma)

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15. Yodle

Industry: Marketing

Sample positions: Sales representative, interactive marketing specialist

Location:Nationwide (including North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New York)

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i have been out there from 14 years of age working just lost my job like a lot have and all i find is spend money we don't have to get a job!!!! & even then i think it will not help.

July 13 2009 at 10:06 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
JRegal

To all of you work at home scammers. Get off the message boards you vultures. Americans need solutions not well versed and practiced sales pitches for a product with a high failure rate. Sales pitches is what bankers used to sell crappy mortgage back securities which are as worthless as your work at home garbage. The day of the well versed carnival pitch artist are over. Americans are not buying it anymore to put it simple we can't AFFORD IT.

July 12 2009 at 9:18 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
lselrod

Location, location, location! If you live in a location with limited job opportunities what are you going to do? Wish one into reality? There are jobs out there and it takes a long time to search them out, most of them are in other areas, and have job requirements that are out of reach since you can't gain experience because no such jobs like that exist in your area. Then how are you going to compete against the local competition who are already in the area, can start immediately, and quickly meet interview dates without having special qualifications or talents unique to the position? There is a lot to the old saying it's all about being at the right place at the right time. Luck, chance, or whatever you call it, without specialized skills and abilities that make you unique or knowing someone who can put in a good word on your behave, luck is about all you have in this type of economy. Think back about 8-9 years and it was a happier time with a good economy and a employees market. Have we learned anything.

July 11 2009 at 2:56 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
superswede66

what is America going to be like when we cant manufacture anything when people dont want to learn the skills needed to produce products, the country allready relies on imported labor at payrates that no American can live on.

July 11 2009 at 2:13 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
iriszb

I am doing both of these. Still lots of competition. Thanks because I feel I am on the right track at least.

July 11 2009 at 2:12 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
gerald

yes, then when you get older it is even harder to get a job , I am 58 years old and NO one wants toi even talk to me about a job ,even with ALL that I have done in my life !

July 11 2009 at 1:20 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
br

Warner Bros is laying off many IT professionals this summer as well as other employees, so it doesn't make sense that they are being spotlighted as a company that is hiring.

July 11 2009 at 12:55 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Lin

Go to your local Department of Developmental Disabilities and request an application for MPC Parent Provider. Your state will pay you to provide care for your son(current rate over $10 an hour) while you attend college. Also, do you have a spare room you can rent(be very careful of course)? There are programs to lower your monthly mortgage payments. Maybe someone else has the expertise to lend on that issue. I would consult a financial advisor since you're also in debt. Something has to give and you may have to make sacrifices. Good luck, Marianne!!

July 11 2009 at 12:51 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Andrea

It is amazing that people complain or have negative insight but never seem to have a solution to the problem. What we put out is what we get back in life. We should position ourselves to uplift and build up people not add to the problem and contribute to their fear.

July 11 2009 at 12:45 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Tom

where are the blue collar jobs? I'm 61 and have worked in factorys all my life. Anything out there for people like me?

July 11 2009 at 12:43 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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