Here are over 4,000 open jobs near RTP

Here are over 4,000 open jobs near RTP

RALEIGH- If hiring 40 of the Triangle’s largest firms is a “canary in the coal mine” about the impact of an economic slowdown, then the precious bird is still breathing. But not so well, according to data tracked by WRAL TechWire.

Yes, there is a stable and consistent job market in the Triangle, if you look at the aggregate total number of job openings at 40 of the region’s employers. But the fact that the number has been relatively constant in recent weeks, encompassing between 4,000 and 4,200 openings, does not mean that all companies have similar hiring patterns.

Some companies have added jobs in the last month, even as many of the companies tracked by WRAL TechWire have decreased the number of job postings, according to the latest WRAL TechWire Jobs Report.

So what is going on?

“It will be more difficult for companies in the Triangle to decide on a labor strategy because they are faced with two factors pulling in opposite directions,” said Dr. Michael Walden, Reynolds Distinguished Professor Emeritus at North Carolina State University and a regular contributor. . to WRAL TechWire. “Many national indicators of a slowing economy, but the knowledge that the Triangle remains a coveted region for economic growth.”

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So what could happen to reduce hiring?

“What could push local businesses consistently to the ‘slow’ side would be absolute evidence that the national economy is slowing at a faster rate.” Walden said.

“Or, if the Fed chooses to ‘go big’ with a 1 percentage point rate hike at a future meeting.”

But workers should consider this, Walden said: “Keep the job you have, strive to be indispensable, and if you don’t have a job, take the first one that meets your minimum requirements.”

Where are the jobs in the Triangle?

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  • duke of power: 10 job openings in the Triangle, according to the company’s career page, just like last week.
  • Eaton: 76 job openings in Raleigh, according to the company’s careers page. Earlier this year, the company announced plans to hire about 170 workers who will work in the company’s renovated Raleigh office. There are 10 more openings this week compared to last.
  • Eli Lilly: 38 job openings at Research Triangle Park, according to the company’s career page
  • Loyalty investments: 572 job openings in Durham, according to the company’s careers page, down from 581 openings a week ago
  • FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies: 40 job openings in the Triangle, according to the company’s career page, down 17 job openings from a month ago
  • Google: 255 job openings in Durham, according to the company’s career page. the company is making cuts in some areas of the company but it is is expected to continue hiring for the Durham engineering center, WRAL TechWire reported earlier this year. The company is hiring for 55 more positions than a month ago.
  • Grifols: 107 open positions in North Carolina, including in Durham and Clayton, according to the company’s careers page, down 14 positions from a month ago
  • GlaxoSmithKline: 113 job openings in Durham, according to the company’s career page
  • IBM: 4 job offers at RTP, according to the company’s career page. There have been no changes in recent weeks, although the company said it would. keep hiring in August. IBM CEO Arvin Krishna famous red hat during the company’s most recent earnings call, but some former workers are upset with the company for changes in health benefit plans.

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Jobs are still open at these companies.

  • IQVIA: 359 openings at RTP, according to the company’s career page (10 fewer jobs than a week ago and 61 fewer openings than a month ago)
  • kyndril: 79 job offers at RTP, according to the company’s career page
  • labcorp: 278 open positions in Burlington, NC, according to the company’s careers page, an increase of 18 postings from a month ago
  • lenovo: 248 job openings in Morrisville, according to the company’s career page, down 59 postings from a month ago.
  • MetLife: 121 open positions at Cary, according to the company’s careers page, down 6 open from a week ago. MetLife told WRAL TechWire recently that planned to hire 400 workers for New Year’s Day and today will host an information session for employers through NC TECH.
  • Merck: 13 job openings in the Triangle, according to the company’s career page
  • Microsoft: 12 open positions in Raleigh, according to the company’s careers page. The company confirmed last week that it planned to make job cutswith about 1,000 workers affected.
  • netapp: 102 job openings in the Triangle, according to the company’s career page
  • Novo Nordisk: 206 jobs in the Triangle, according to the company’s career page. and even more jobs could reach the Novo Nordisk location in Johnston County, WRAL TechWire reported earlier this month. (Some previous weekly reports underestimated the total number of jobs available at the company in the Triangle, due to a WRAL TechWire error.)

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Additional Triangle Jobs

  • Novartis: 5 job offers in the Triangle, according to the company’s career page. the the company is closing a Wilson plant.
  • hung: 10 job openings in Raleigh, according to the company’s careers page. The technological unicorn announced that there would be layoffs earlier this year a total of less than 5% of the company’s workforce, and less than two dozen employees in Raleigh affected.
  • Pfizer: 100 job openings in North Carolina, according to the company’s career page
  • Red Hat: 22 job openings in Raleigh, according to the company’s careers page. Red Hat is owned by IBM and recently had a leadership change.
  • RTI International: 128 job openings at Durham, according to the company’s careers page, up 12 vacancies from last week
  • SAS: 127 job openings in Cary, according to the company’s career page, down 24 openings from last month. Some of the available roles are remote positions.
  • science 37: 2 job openings that could be based in Raleigh, although some other functions are remote positions
  • Sensus (xylem): 46 job openings in the Triangle, according to the company’s career page
  • Spectrum: 39 job openings in the Triangle, according to the company’s career page
  • Syneos Health: 6 job openings in Raleigh, according to the company’s career page
  • Toshiba World Trade: 105 openings in Durham, according to the company’s career page, up 41 positions from a month ago.
  • wolfspeed: 240 job openings in Durham, according to the company’s employment page. The company announced a $5 billion investment which is expected to generate some 1,800 jobs in the region, as well as reported earlier this year by WRAL TechWire.

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