Preview of the post-recession job market

Employment CareerBuilder.com recently released the findings of a studyfocusing on the post-recession job market.  Here are some key findings:

Employment CareerBuilder.com recently released the findings of a study focusing on the post-recession job market. Here are some key findings:

• In the next 12 months, more than half of employers polled plan to hire full-time employees, four in 10 will hire contract, temporary or project workers, and four in 10 will hire part-time employees.

• Technology, customer service and sales are the top three areas in which employers expect to add jobs first once the economy rebounds.

• The average time to fill open positions, depending on the job level, is 4.5 to 14.4 weeks, the same time range as last year.

• Despite an abundant labor pool, six in 10 employers are willing to negotiate with qualified candidates for higher compensation.

• More than half of employees polled plan to make a career change or go back to school when the economy recovers.

• Forty per cent of hiring managers said that when the economy improves, giving pay raises will be their primary method for retaining top performers.

 
 
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