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Labor Market Trends May See Some CoolingRead the rest of this entry »
Temporary staffing has grown dramatically since the end of the Great Recession. The chart prepared by the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows the rise in the numbers employed by agencies in March. But that little dip since January has raised some concern that hiring may be slowing down.
Historically, temp staffing numbers decline in January, a reflection of the end of the holiday staffing season. As the country heads toward …
Financial Services Employment Slowdown PredictedMore than a few doom and gloom reports are predicting job layoffs and pay cuts in the financial services sector this year.Read the rest of this entry »
The Bank of America announced some job cuts last month; more are expected. Other leading banks have also announced plans to axe jobs in the coming months, reports the Financial Times. The investment banking groups are most vulnerable, says the report, explaining "Structural challenges — tougher regulations …
NYC Job Growth Outpaces Nation, StateWhat industry has seen the largest increase in jobs in New York City over the last 12 months?Read the rest of this entry »
If you guessed healthcare, you're wrong. Home health care grew by a prize-winning 10%. But that was only enough to garner it 3rd place. The winner is construction, and more specifically the construction of buildings sector which posted a winning 12% growth rate over the last year.
Oh, you could argue that …
CEO Departures Surged in JulyCEO turnover in July surged to the highest level in 18 months with departures in the financial sector taking the lead.Read the rest of this entry »
The monthly CEO turnover report from the global outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, said 128 top executives left their job during the month; 23 of them leaders of financial firms. It was the highest one-month total for the sector on record, and the highest one-month total of any …
Hiring Will Stay Strong Through 2015A strengthening economy is giving more employers confidence to add staff.Read the rest of this entry »
A pair of survey reports say more employers plan to hire workers in the next several months than did in the first six months of this year.
CareerBuilder’s mid-year job forecast says 49% of surveyed employers report they expect to add full-time, permanent staff before the end of the year. That’s two percentage points than said that a year …
Report: It's Taking Longer Than Ever to Fill A JobRead the rest of this entry »
According to the monthly Hiring Indicators report from Dice Holdings, Inc., the national average time it takes to fill a job from opening to offer is 24.9 working days (6 days to this work week). That’s more than nine days longer than it took …