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Bigelow Aerospace, a commercial spacecraft company, recently announced that it was looking to fill dozens of positions, including astronauts and mission control specialists. So, how tough are the job requirements for being an astronaut? Very tough. “Qualified applicants need to have completed a training program from their government or recognized space agency and have at… Read more »

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Tuesday, April 6, 2010 – San Diego Business Journal San Diego County’s golf industry had a total economic impact of $3.7 billion in 2008, making it a key driver of the region’s economy, according to a study released April 6 by the National University System Institute for Policy Research. The study said that area golf… Read more »

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By TALI ARBEL (Associated Press) 4/7/2010 NEW YORK — For the first time in two years, more CEOs expect to be adding jobs than cutting jobs. A survey by Business Roundtable, an association of CEOs of big U.S. companies, says 29 percent of chief executives expect to increase corporate payrolls over the next six months,… Read more »

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By George Larson, Apr 5, 2010 on Aviation Week A new refurbishment and completion program for the EA500 under the trademark “Total Eclipse” was unveiled last week by Albuquerque, N.M.-based Eclipse Aerospace Inc. (EAI). “We acquired all the DayJet aircraft from United Technologies’ finance arm, and those will also be completed under the Total Eclipse… Read more »

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06 April 2010 – Aerospace Technology.com Boeing has begun work on a 787 final assembly and delivery facility in Charleston, South Carolina, US. The 1.2 million square foot facility will aid Boeing in performing final assembly and delivering 787 Dreamliners from north Charleston across the world. Boeing commercial airplanes 787 final assembly and delivery, Charleston,… Read more »

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By Alyssa Rosenberg [email protected] April 2, 2010 on Government Executive.com A comparison between military pay and private sector compensation is difficult because of the special benefits and risks of a career in the armed forces, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office. “Military service is unique in that the working conditions for… Read more »

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Posted by Nikole Tutton on April 2, 2010 at 5:01pm on RecruitingBlogs.com  This would seem like a no-brainer. You are right in the middle of the candidate process for a great job at a company that you admire and the inevitable question comes up, “can you provide professional references and written permission to check them?”… Read more »

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By Brittany R. Ballenstedt [email protected] April 5, 2010 Posted on Government Executive.com NASA is in the process of creating an agencywide career Web site to help attract undergraduate and graduate students to NASA job opportunities, including those in science and technology, the agency announced Friday. The One Stop Shopping Initiative will provide an agencywide integrated… Read more »

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Three of the aerospace companies have operations in California. The pacts are worth a total of $250 million. Two Roads Professional Resources is assisting in placing Engineers of all levels with propulsion systems experience. As it appeared in the Los Angeles Times on April 5, 2010 by W.J. Hennigan NASA has taken the next small… Read more »

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Balancing family, finances, schedules, and other issues make the hunt for a new position challenging.  It has already been proven that exercise can relieve stress greatly.  Here is an article on additional advantages exercise can bring, whether you’re currently looking for work, or finding yourself becoming complacent in your current job: By Karen Asp Women’s… Read more »