The World's Hardest Jobs To Fill
According to a new CareerBuilder survey, a significant number of employers in the 10 largest world economies say that extended job vacancies have resulted in lower revenue and productivity and the inability to grow their businesses. When asked which positions were the hardest to fill, employers cited technical fields – namely information technology and engineering – as being some of the most difficult. Other areas mentioned include production, sales, customer service, research and development, creative/design and marketing.
Check out the infographic below for additional results from CareerBuilder's global skills gap survey.
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