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Va. - Gov. Ralph Northam has announced that AmeriShield, a mask manufacturer and mask product manufacturer, will invest $5.3 million in Virginia Beach. The company will also purchase additional equipment to increase production capacity and meet growing demand, and 180 new jobs will be created in Va. Beach, according to a news release from the Virginia Department of Commerce and Economic Development (DCED). Northonam said the company is investing the $4.5 million to expand its operations in the Virginia Beach city, as well as $1.2 million for new equipment.

The full-time vacancies are available on AmeriShield's Virginia Beach job portal, which can be filtered by age, race, gender, education, marital status, occupation, and education level.

This unpaid volunteer position offers career prospects to young and older people seeking careers in connection with the Virginia Beach Aquarium and its educational programs. Interns can expect help, work with staff, gain experience to improve their skills and build CVs, and receive Aqu-Aquarium internship benefits and lifelong contacts.

For more information on the application process, including all the necessary information and application packages, please click here or call the Volunteer Office at 757 - 385 - 0274.

We are always looking for leaders and philanthropists who want to be actively involved in the success of the aquarium. You don't have to be a marine biologist to apply; you just have to have the passion to share our mission to educate people about the marine environment and the animals that live there. The Virginia Aquarium can hire and hire most of its staff through the WAVE website.

Employment data refer to the number of days on which a person on the payroll of a company received salary for any part of a wage period, including the 12th of each month. The length of the reference period varies between respondents and companies, but one third of companies have more than one payroll, such as an office or office supplies shop. Each person is counted as one employee on the payroll in the first 12 months of their employment. Anyone who appears on more than one paycheck is counted on the payroll, and each person counts as two employees, not just one or more.

The benchmarking procedure thus determines employment levels and the sample is used to measure employment levels for the first 12 months of a company's employment period. Benchmark information is used to adjust to changes in employment from the previous month to the previous month and also to determine employment levels for new benchmarks for each month.

The data are compiled using a weighted relative estimate method, which calculates employment weighted for the current month and weighted for the previous month from a sample of establishments reported for each month. An estimate of employment in the current month is obtained by multiplying the ratio with the employment estimate of the previous month.

These estimates, which are not derived directly from the survey sample, are subject to additional errors resulting from the use of special estimation procedures. Survey data is also vulnerable to non-sampling errors, which can occur through data collection and processing.

For data series in which the sample size meets certain statistical criteria, a weighted link-relative technique is used. To reduce the volatility of the estimate, the model uses the direct sampling estimates described above in combination with forecasts from historical benchmarks. Sample error is the difference between sample variability and variation that occurs when measuring a sample and not in the entire population. Depending on the estimated industry level, it can be used in conjunction with other data sources such as Census Bureau employment data.

The data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics for Virginia Beach, Virginia, is available by metropolitan area or city. Data on manufacturing jobs in the state of Virginia and its metropolitan areas is available from the Virginia Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) and the State Employment Data Center (SEDC). Data on employment by industry and by state and metropolitan area for the entire United States and by region is available in our state and region employment database. Additional information on jobs and employment data by metro area, by district and per capita income and education level is available on request.

Employment and income appear in the data because they are available in accordance with the technical procedures for developing estimates according to the US Department of Labor's Employment and Income Report.

The estimates presented in this press release are based on sampling and administrative data models and are therefore subject to sampling and other types of error. The BLS continues to review the estimate and methodology for conducting the survey, including the use of data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (CES) of the Census Bureau. For the preliminary estimates in May and June, CES made changes to the model of birth - to - death, including portions of this report in the estimates.