Longshoremen Anthony Williams, left, and William Elester, both of Gulfport, place covers on a barge after unloading ore for DuPont on the Port of Gulfport’s West Pier in 2012. A jobs report by CareerBuilders shows 60 percent of employers are looking to hire for full-time, permanent positions during the second half of 2017. The hot jobs are in IT, manufacturing, health care and financial services are the hot jobs.
Longshoremen Anthony Williams, left, and William Elester, both of Gulfport, place covers on a barge after unloading ore for DuPont on the Port of Gulfport’s West Pier in 2012. A jobs report by CareerBuilders shows 60 percent of employers are looking to hire for full-time, permanent positions during the second half of 2017. The hot jobs are in IT, manufacturing, health care and financial services are the hot jobs. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com File
Longshoremen Anthony Williams, left, and William Elester, both of Gulfport, place covers on a barge after unloading ore for DuPont on the Port of Gulfport’s West Pier in 2012. A jobs report by CareerBuilders shows 60 percent of employers are looking to hire for full-time, permanent positions during the second half of 2017. The hot jobs are in IT, manufacturing, health care and financial services are the hot jobs. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com File