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Press Releases from Geographic Solutions and News about our Clients' Sites

Geographic Solutions Announces Hiring of Business Development Executive for International Market

In his new role, Plenby will be based in Miami and focus on business development, sales, and partnerships in the Latin America Region as well as Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

Geographic Solutions Announces Hire of Education Sales Support Specialist

In this role, Aderele will work in close partnership with Geographic Solutions' Education Services and Marketing teams to conduct product demonstrations and contribute to the development of marketing collateral and proposals.

Geographic Solutions Helps Residents in Pennsylvania File Claims Faster with Modern, Cloud-Based Unemployment Compensation System
'Texas is hiring:' Texas unemployment continues to drop, jobs are still available

Businesses are still struggling to fill open positions even as the unemployment rate drops.

Cisco UCS Server Sets 14 Performance Record Benchmarks

Cisco has world records across a range of benchmarks showing that UCS C245 M6 server is a versatile platform for almost any application.

Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry Modernizes Their Unemployment Compensation System

Geographic Solutions is proud to announce the launch of a new Unemployment Compensation system in partnership with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Department of Labor & Industry.

Texas News Channel KXXV Interviews Geographic Solutions' President, Paul Toomey, About MyTXCareer.com

KXXV in Waco, Texas, interviewed Geographic Solutions' founder and president Paul Toomey about what makes this job search tool different from others.

Lodging Magazine Features Geographic Solutions' Employment Forecast for the Leisure and Hospitality Industry

Substantial employment growth in the Leisure and Hospitality industry has returned as more travelers become vaccinated and comfortable with traveling. But employment in these sectors may not return to pre-pandemic levels until 2022.

Nebraska unemployment rate tied for lowest in nation
How will restaurants manage the workforce in 2022?

Expect higher pay and more benefits. But don’t anticipate a legion of robots. Analysts expect restaurants will continue to increase their demand for workers as capacity restrictions ease in the COVID-19 vaccine era.