Reports Food and Beverage Related Industries Account for 40% of U.S. Job Growth in April, 2012

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The food and beverage industry crosses over many segments as defined by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. In order to identify the full impact of the food and beverage industries’ employment market, releases a monthly sub-report.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported the preliminary findings on the United States labor market for the month of April, 2012. Based on the released BLS findings, the employer segments made up by the food and beverage industry added a total of 46,100 jobs and accounting for just over 40% of the country’s job growth. releases a [sub-report each month to illustrate the tremendous impact the food and beverage industry has in United States employment. Importantly, the job growth was in addition to the over 26 million people that were already employed by food and beverage industry segments.

Companies that consider their primary business to be within the food and beverage industries include food and beverage manufacturers, grocery stores, food services organizations and restaurants/bars.

In addition to providing the details of the BLS data for the food and beverage industry segments, publishes food and beverage industry jobs from across the country. Publishing the best jobs available is part of the website's mission to help its audience access the widest cross section of food and beverage industry information available.

About: Food And Beverage People Media Group, LLC which includes and the weekly industry newsletter, News Kernels, is dedicated to career minded individuals who work in or desire to work in the U.S. food and beverage industries. The website and weekly recap features content geared for professionals at every stage of their career including the latest industry news, promotions retirements, job listings and industry trends; helping the industry professionals grow into industry leaders.

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