The workforce continues to evolve. We face a diminishing supply of job seekers, the make-up of our candidates is different, and business needs have shifted, meaning the jobs themselves are changing.
Leading indicators point to a rebound in hiring coming soon. Job openings hold steady at a time of year they historically dip.
A jobs rebound is underway, but some employers are struggling to keep up. Learn more about how businesses are responding to remote work and virtual hiring, accelerating digital transformation initiatives, enhancing team collaboration, and focusing on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) programs.
Job opening activity is no longer correlated to rising COVID-19 cases. This signals a shift in how employers are reacting to the pandemic. For more details on this and the latest data on remote work and healthcare industry trends, read more.
As predicted, job openings, applications, and hires continue to trend upward with job opening activity surpassing where it stood during this time in 2019. Read more about the overall job market, activity in the retail and healthcare sectors, as well as how employers can plan to bridge the tech skills gap.
Overall hiring activity in Q3 (July – September 2020) shows promising behavior on behalf of employers. Read more to learn about changes in the retail industry, as well as gender equality in the workplace.
What’s trending in hiring this month? Read the September Snapshot report for the latest on diversity talent trends, retail hiring, and more.
Job opening activity has increased 70%. Read more of the latest hiring trends and insights in the August Snapshot report.
Hiring activity is rebounding, with female and minority hires leading the way. Learn more in the July Snapshot report.
The June Snapshot report includes the latest in hiring activity insights, including signs of a return to pre-pandemic hiring activity and the workforce’s response to the lessening of restrictions across the country.
The class of 2020 is graduating into an unprecedented job market. While current realities make this year unlike any other, 2020 graduates still have hopes to land their first job and dreams of what that workplace will look like.