Identifying Job Opportunities in a Tepid Market

The sentiment in the broad  industrial market is "business as usual" with a heavy dose of cautiousness. It seemed that by the end of 2009, the wheat had been separated from the chaff. Divisions part of larger organizations had been divested or dismantled and scattered across other business segments, and innumerable companies had gnone through bankrupticies, fire sales, or restructurings. The companies left standing were profitable and lean—the first sign that all was not lost—thereby, planting the seed that perhaps our country will trudge our way out of the sink hole and end up stronger.

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About the Author: 

Joe Huddle

Joe Huddle serves a executive vice president of DHR International and is the industrial practice leader for North America. Huddle focuses on diversified industrial manufacturing and consumer products companies. His industry sector experience includes aerospace, automotive, capital equipment, hard and durable goods, electronics and appliances, and basic materials. He is based in the firm's New York office.