MRI of Bethlehem PA – Food and Beverage Recruiters | Executive | Management Search Services
Welcome to Management Recruiters of Bethlehem, PA, an independently owned franchise of over 800 MRINetwork™ offices across the country. Established in 1989, our Account Executives provide a broad range of executive and management search services for clients and candidates throughout the United States and worldwide.
As specialists in the industry served, our office has a reputation for professional and confidential full service recruiting services and we pride ourselves on the long-term matches between client and candidate. We have many long-term Food and Beverage and Food Science clients and a large percentage of repeat business.
We enjoy building relationships with both our clients and our candidates. We specialize in executive searches, if you are currently seeking a position or looking to hire someone within the Beverage | Food Science or Management industries, please contact us today.
If you are an active job candidate then you are the heart of a business. You represent the core values, and the message you carry can ultimately increase productivity. So as an active business searching for the right individual finding the perfect candidate who has the power to positively impact a business is the most challenging and important tasks that MRI of Bethlehem has.
Every day we leverage our ability to Network and provide the upmost best staffing solutions to businesses all over the United States. Utilizing our services as your single point of contact you have access to a direct representative and a database of specialty jobs all over the country. We are recognized as the industry leader for professionals and scenario level positions. We harness your skills and experience to fulfill proper placement based upon your needs. We will present you with an attractive opportunity and guide you through the process of finding placement you deserve.
Total employment in the U.S. grew by 163,000 positions in July as the unemployment rate grew from 8.2 to 8.3 percent, according to the Labor Department. Forecasts by economists estimated only 100,000 jobs would be added during the month. Job growth was at its highest level in five months, and if trends hold, could signal the beginning of a more robust period of job growth going into the end of the year. Of the four categories of unemployment–job losers, job leavers, new entrants and reentrants–only one, reentrants grew during the month. While it statistically means a rise in the unemployment rate, it most commonly is looked on as a positive that once discouraged or disfranchised workers are returning to the job market. Year-over-year, the number of workers marginally attached to the labor force–meaning they have looked for a job in the last 12 months, but not in the last four weeks – has fallen from 2.8 million to 2.5 million.