Posts tagged with 'forecasts'
Many HR Jobs Predicted to Grow Faster Than AverageRead the rest of this entry »
There's good news for human resource professionals and those planning on a career in the field. The Bureau of Labor Statistics says the number of new jobs will grow at or faster than the national average over the next decade.
The latest update of the government's Occupational Outlook Handbook shows demand for HR specialists will increase by 7% over the 547,800 recorded in the 2016 survey. That ...
What Will Accounting Life Be Like In 2027?Read the rest of this entry »
What will accounting look like in 2027? Truth is, no one really knows, even if we can make some good guesses.
Despite all crystal balls being murky at best, Accounting Today took a stab at predicting the future. Taking a look at "A day in the life of the future accountant," writer Daniel Hood made some safe bets and took some risks.
On the safe side, his future accountant is ...
Healthcare to Drive Job Growth Over Next 10 YearsRead the rest of this entry »
Driven by rapid growth in healthcare, employment is projected to grow by 11.5 million jobs over the next decade, says a forecast from the Labor Department.
Healthcare jobs will account for about one-fifth -- 2.33 million -- of all new jobs created between 2016 and 2026, according to the report last week. Issued by the Department's Bureau of Labor Statistics, the forecast included estimates for all key industry sectors ...
Strong Q2 Accounting and Finance Hiring ForecastHiring for accounting and finance jobs continues to grow, with the next quarter of the year expected to see even more competition to fill positions.Read the rest of this entry »
The quarterly hiring forecast from Brilliant, based on a survey of some 650 HR professionals and hiring managers, found nearly half of them had at least one opening they wanted to fill.
“For accounting / finance positions, 46% of human resources professionals and hiring managers reported ...
What Will Work Look Like When Robots Take Over?One of LinkedIn's "Top 10 Voices in Technology" is in the midst of writing a series of blog posts about the coming revolution in robotics. It's a grim, almost alarmist view of a world in the very near future where automation will displace workers in jobs ranging from truck and taxi drivers (already happening) to doctors, accountants and middle managers.Read the rest of this entry »
Shelly Palmer's series, which began with the ...
Economists Speculate Trump Policies Could Force Fed Rate HikesThe Federal Reserve held off hiking interest rates during its first meeting of the year that ended this week, but economists and financial managers expect that will happen at the Fed's next meeting in March.Read the rest of this entry »
At its December meeting the Fed signaled there could be three rate hikes in 2017. That was only a projection; much depends on national and global economic conditions.
Now, analysts are weighing an additional ...
5 Trends That Will Challenge HR This YearWhat are the trends that will challenge and impact human resources professionals in 2017?Read the rest of this entry »
There are potentially dozens of them, not the least of which is how the new Trump administration's promises to rollback government regulations, replace Obamacare and limit immigration will affect workers and employers. We blogged about the potential impact shortly after the election.
Even without a change in government, HR was facing some trends that are ...
More Accountants In Demand Than IT ProsHere's a surprise: accounting and finance professionals are more in demand that tech pros.Read the rest of this entry »
That's what hiring managers and HR leaders in South Florida and the greater Chicago area, told researchers from the University of Michigan. The survey of 500 employers is limited to those areas, but it's the first time in a year those companies have more open positions in accounting than in IT.
We're Planning to Get Fit and Job Hunt In 2017Losing weight and its companion, getting fit and healthy, are the two most common resolutions people make. They are, also, among the most common resolutions that get broken.Read the rest of this entry »
In fact, according to Statistic Brain, fewer than two-thirds of us who make any resolution at all keep them past the first month. Six months after New Year's Day, only 46% of the resolution makers have kept them.
It's easier ...
How the Workplace Will Change In 2017What's ahead for the workplace of 2017?Read the rest of this entry »
A Forbes article makes 10 predictions. All of them are based on trends and developments that have been gaining momentum for the past few years. None of them is individually revolutionary. But taken together, these trends in how workers are hired, how they work -- and where -- how they are evaluated -- or not -- and what companies are doing to keep them happy and ...