The decision is viewed as an alert to commercial banks to consider cutting interest rates on commercial loans and enable more access to loans by the fast-growing private industry
Caption: Access to selected benefits, private industry
, March 2013
The biggest job gains in private industry
for the comparable months in 2011 and 2012 came in retail trade, educational and health services, and leisure and hospitality.
Income disparities were also present: Paid vacations were available to 90 percent of workers earning wages in the highest 10th percent of private industry
employees, but to only 38 percent of workers in the lowest 10 percent of private industry
In its annual report, the panel said relying on private industry
to carry astronauts into space would be "unwise and probably not cost-effective.
For wages and salaries alone, (exclusive of the cost of benefits), the ECI for private industry
workers in the West rose 0.
The division is led by technical director Timothy Kupferschmid, who comes to Sorenson Forensics with more than 16 years of forensic DNA testing experience in government and private industry
and was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors (ASCLD).
Data presented here are for all private industry
workers covered by State unemployment insurance programs.
Those programmers were sent letters telling them of training available to enhance their skills through local companies with programs funded by the Private Industry
Coleman Energy & Environmental Systems: Provides systems engineering, systems integration and technology services to government and private industry
The funds are being administered by the city of Inglewood and South Bay Private Industry
Council, but the money will be allocated throughout Southern California to help jobless defense and aerospace workers with job searches, testing and assessment, career counseling and training.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The Employment Cost Index (ECI) for private industry
workers rose 2.