Employment Outlook

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Future of Work Global Survey 2021 – 82% of employers plan to hire this year

There’s no downplaying the fact that the coronavirus pandemic has had an impact on the world of work, from the tools and methods employers use to hire and train candidates, to new policies around remote work and flexibility, to a redefined concept of what it actually means to find “the right fit” between candidates and … Continue reading

U.S. Employment Outlook, Simply Hired

Nationwide job openings dip. For the first time in four months, nationwide job openings decreased in August, with a 1.7% decline from July. However, year-over-year job openings remain positive with a 2.5 percent increase. Job competition remained the same at a nationwide ratio of 3:1. “After three continuous months of job opening growth, nationwide job … Continue reading

OECD – High jobless rates to last until at least the end of 2013

The Employment Outlook 2012 says that the OECD-wide joblessness rate is forecast to remain high at 7.7% in the fourth quarter of 2013, close to the 7.9% rate in May 2012. This leaves around 48 million people out of work across the OECD. In the Euro area, unemployment rose further in May to an all-time … Continue reading

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