Since the financial crisis, employers have been hesitant to hire full-time employees, often blaming "economic uncertainty," among other problems. But according to CareerBuilder's latest mid-year forecast, that is changing. For the second year in a row, nearly half of 2000 employers surveyed, or 44 percent, said... Read More »
For years agriculture and manufacturing have been stalling while service sectors have been adding jobs. And that shift will be "cemented" by 2020, according to Nicole Smith, a senior economist at the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce. Smith is a co-author of a new study that identifies... Read More »
During the financial crisis, the housing sector was decimated, losing 2 million of the total 9 million jobs lost in the recession, according to CNN Money. Now that the housing recovery is well underway -- prices are climbing at rates not seen in seven years -- are the jobs also coming back?
A new study from... Read More »
It's no secret that employers have been slow to staff up. The unemployment rate has inched down only recently to 7.5 percent. But a new analysis suggests that a significant number of employers plan to hire temp workers for the summer.
On Thursday, CareerBuilder released its annual summer hiring forecast, which... Read More »