Most of the workforce (67%) is open to new job opportunities, according to the results of Ceridian’s 2021 Pulse of Talent survey. Not all of these employees are unhappy with their current jobs — but they’re looking for new...
We’ve come to the end of an unpredictable yet hopeful year. As we kick off 2021, here’s a look back on the top webinars, reports, and podcasts that led us through 2020.  #1. Webinar: 2020 State of Staffing Industry Growth 2020...
A new survey released by TotalMed Staffing, the leading healthcare staffing agency, travel nurses who see the most COVID-19 patients, including ICU and ER nurses, have seen salary increases in 2020, by as much as 20%. The survey also...
Through its annual Recruiter Nation Survey, Jobvite aims to provide a complete picture of the recruiting industry, including current challenges, concerns, and emerging trends. It should come as no surprise that this year's survey reflects the impacts of the...
As we wrap of 2019, we looked back on all the research, interviews, and industry insight we’ve created over the past few years. We’ve grown and learned a lot and wanted to share some of it with you.  Here are...
The majority of large retailers (80%) expect to hire for the holidays at the same rate as last year, according to a survey from executive search and recruiting firm Korn Ferry. Though brick-and-mortar stores experienced a rough year full of...
Candidates have 56% higher response rate with correspondence from hiring managers over other contacts during the hiring process, according to LinkedIn’s new report, Inside the Mind of Today’s Candidate. The report provides a number of insights based on candidate...
In 2016, Millennials were more likely to relocate for a job (50%) and switch industries (16%) than non-Millennials, according to data from LinkedIn. The new jobs they’re taking are most likely to be in tech, healthcare, and finance. Their...
Fewer layoffs occurred in the first half of 2017 compared to the same time frame last year. There were 227,000 job cuts planned for this year through June, a 28% decrease from the first six months of 2016. For...
In every day of 2016, an average of 1.2% of Americans looked for work, according to a survey from the Department of Labor examining the patterns and characteristics of job seekers. Here are some key points: Time spent...

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