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unbeknownst to many, the number of available jobs has been steadily rising, and now sits at a four-year high of nearly 3.2 million vacant positions.

While many companies are still, understandably, reluctant to hire, plenty of others are not and in fact are actively looking to add employees. In the attached video, the third part of our Who's Hiring? series, we've dug up a pair of industries that are not only hiring, but are actually struggling to find the right people.

For example, President Obama's recent re-election campaign was, in no small part, built upon the comeback of the auto industry. The hiring has been brisk, and not just at the Big 3 manufacturers -- it's been even more pronounced at the supporting and surrounding businesses. Data from the Department of Labor project that the need will be above average for auto service technicians in the coming years, and that the auto industry is going to need to find, train and hire more than 100,000 new people who can get under the hood and keep our cars and trucks running smoothly.

Hey, repugs, you won't fill this need by third worlding the labor force with felons, lousy education and female pay disparity. You are going to have to buck up and support training.
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