A new chapter is about to begin for a 70+ acre industrial site located at 2211 Parsons Ave. on the city’s South Side. The land was formerly home to metalworking factory Columbus Castings, which closed its doors in 2016 following a bankruptcy filling. Today, commercial real estate group CBRE has announced that they are working […]
80 Companies will have hundreds of open positions for employment! Free to attend! Bring resumes to hand out. Dress for success.
CALLING ALL JOB SEEKERS! Join us for the upcoming Columbus Job Fair. Dozens of Top Companies – 100’s of Jobs available! FREE parking and admission! WHEN: Wednesday, March 7, 2018 TIME: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM PLACE: Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens Meet one on one with recruiters & hiring managers who are now hiring for IMMEDIATE […]
Over the past 40 years, corporate America has off-shored half our manufacturing base, almost all of our textile industry, and in recent decades even our high tech computing jobs have been moving overseas. Our own tech people are being asked to train their replacements abroad. Now we are being told that half the jobs remaining […]
“Overlook us at your own peril.” Steve Schoeny, Director of the Columbus Department of Development, didn’t mince words when talking about the Amazon HQ2 proposal announcement on a phone call with Columbus Underground yesterday afternoon. His quote above was in direct response to the reaction by national media outlets like The New York Times that […]
After plenty of local speculation, the City of Columbus has formally submitted a proposal for the construction of Amazon’s second headquarters project, which could include up to eight million square feet of office space and 50,000 new high-paying jobs. “The City of Columbus submitted a proposal in response to Amazon’s request for proposals for the […]
Columbus is often mistakenly referred to as a “college town” under the assumption that the population of The Ohio State University dominates the city’s total population (it actually only makes up around seven percent). Instead, a new article in the Seattle Times provides a different kind on moniker… “Company Town”. According to the article, Seattle […]