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Responsible for maintaining the personal safety of the staff and visitors by enforcing policy and procedure to all DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES · Communicates incidents, issues and other relevant information accurately and timely to appropriate staff through incident reporting, log book and/or personally through meetings as appropriate · Reviews logbook and other communication systems daily to keep...
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Posted Tue 25th March
America's Career InfoNet lists the top five fastest growing occupations in Connecticut as Personal and Home Care Aids, Personal Finance Advisors, Medical Assistants, Broadcast Technicians, and Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts. Don't let a lack of specialized skills keep you from looking for jobs in Connecticut, however. The occupations with the most openings are more blue-collar. They include Cashiers, Retail Salespeople, Restaurant Servers, and Food Preparation Workers.
Connecticut at a Glance:
Unemployment Rate: 4.6%
2005 Per Capita Income: $47,819
Largest Cities: Bridgeport, New Haven, Hartford, Stamford, Waterbury
Minimum Hourly Wage: $7.40 (rises to $7.65 in 2007)
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