, 543, were registered in transport and storage and the fewest vacancies
, 21, in the energy, gas, and air conditioning sector.
But, the department said, the 35,200 vacancies
this spring "likely also marks a surge in job growth in Oregon in recent months.
Of the 201,000 job vacancies
recorded in January this year, the manufacturing sector commanded the highest share, at 42%, among all industries, followed by the wholesale retailers sector with 18%, and the financial/ insurance sector with 6.
The number of empty jobs was measured on March 31 and researchers found vacancies
for hospital doctors and dentists, excluding trainees, rose from 3.
There are three vacancies
on the Blackstone River and Canal Commission Advisory Board, two vacancies
on the Building, Planning and Construction Committee, five vacancies
on the Community Preservation Committee, one vacancy on the Council on Aging, one vacancy on the Conservation Commission, four vacancies
on the Disability Commission, two vacancies
on the Historical Commission, seven vacancies
on the Industrial Development Finance Authority Commission, two vacancies
on the Personnel Board, two vacancies
on the Playground and Recreation Commission, one vacancy on the Streetscape Committee, four vacancies
on the Youth Commission, three vacancies
on the Youth Commission (student representatives), and one vacancy on the Zoning Board of Appeals.
Alternatively, Raleigh, North Carolina; Houston; and San Francisco saw economic vacancies
come in by at least 30 basis points higher in the quarter, as retail demand held up and construction completions were low, said PPR.
The report, which uses August as the most recent snapshot of vacancy levels, indicated that the Lancaster station had a vacancy rate of about 30 percent across the board, with the Lake Los Angeles group having five vacancies
on its force of 18 and the Quartz Hill group having two vacancies
out of a force of eight.
First principles calculations were used to study the electrostatics of Pb and O vacancies
in the Pb-based perovskite PbTi[O.
But according to research by Dr Andy Dickerson from the University of Warwick's Institute For Employment Research, presented to the Royal Economic Society's Annual Conference, one in five of the vacancies
remain unfilled due to skill shortages among the job applicants.
Here equilibrating forces in the market act to reduce vacancies
given constant levels of demand and supply.
Just a few fast-moving vacancies
could account for all the motion.
Thunder Bay's rate decline matched a national trend towards lower vacancies
in centres with populations over 100,000," Philip says.