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This week's Top 7 intriguing job offers

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4. Weaving Technicians and Supervisors
Employer: Not listed.
Wages/salary: $40,000 to $60,000.
Details: Metallic or monofilament synthetic yarn weaving experience desirable for positions with company weaving very fine, medium, and heavy metallic wire cloth.
Location: Greenville City, S.C., (pop. 56,458, median family income $45,685) once known as "The Textile Capital of the World," is now home to the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research.

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5. Coding Jedi
Employer: RockinSEO
Wages/salary: "Competitive"
Details: Ability to code both front end and back end of Web sites with over 2 years of PHP, C++ and/or Java experience with MySQL experience of benefit. Must be able to show examples of Web sites built from scratch.
Location: San Francisco (pop. 757,604, median family income $81,136) is home to the headquarters of the social-media firm Twitter.

6. Cirque du Soleil Tap and Jazz Dancer
Employer: Cirque du Soleil
Wages/salary: Not listed
Details: Professional stage dancer with a talent for improvisation needed for international dance company based in Quebec, Canada. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and submit a video demo tape for consideration.
Location: Not listed.

7. Fire Sprinkler Project Manager
Employer: Not listed.
Wages/salary: $70,000-75,000.
Details: Need an executive with extensive understanding of contract documents and scope able to work with subcontractors as well as "high end muckity-mucks" for a company that has "more gold than a gangsta rapper."
Location: New Haven County, Conn., (pop. 843,571, median family income $73,188) is home to an eatery that claims it invented the hamburger. A rushed patron at Louis' Lunch in 1900 asked for food to go and received a broiled beef patty between slices of bread.

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