Industry News - Jobs And The Economy - 2013

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The upcoming hiring trends of 2014

As 2013 quickly draws to a close, many experts across a variety of industries are looking toward the future to see what trends will soon revolutionize their practices.

Recruiting can benefit from thinking outside the box

Recruiting the right employee for an open position has long been an important prospect for many hiring managers, and the potential costs inherent in the process have only placed more importance on the process itself.

Technical fields experiencing optimism, expansion

Hiring in the technical fields including engineering and embedded systems analysis is currently on the rise throughout their respective industries.

Mortgage banking industry sees potential for growth

The mortgage banking business is stronger than it seems despite the current effects on the market, with plenty of ability for growth remaining, according to American Banker.

Solar industry seeing booming growth in business and employment

Throughout the solar industry, growth and jobs are booming both regionally and nationally, and recent predictions have led to further possibilities in the near future for tens of thousands of new jobs.

Retaining Millennials requires better recruitment

Millennials can play an important role in building and keeping a quality team together to better guide your company's future. However, the rates of Millennials leaving jobs are high, and their dissatisfaction with a job can begin during recruitment. Improving the retention of Millennials can have big effects from improving recruitment efforts alone.

Better identifying the best candidates for the job

Any hiring manager is devoted to finding the best and brightest employees possible for whatever position they're looking to fill. Though it can be difficult in some cases to pinpoint precisely what makes these candidates ideal, there are a few signs to look out for. 

Better identifying the best candidates for the job

Any hiring manager is devoted to finding the best and brightest employees possible for whatever position they're looking to fill. Though it can be difficult in some cases to pinpoint precisely what makes these candidates ideal, there are a few signs to look out for. 


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