Whether you’re an employer, hiring manager, satisfied in your current position, or ready for your next opportunity, the talent shortage affects everyone in the U.S. workforce.
Results of ManpowerGroup’s 11th annual Talent Shortage Survey look at the extent to which employers are having difficulty finding the right talent, which jobs are the most difficult to fill, and where job seekers will find the most opportunity.
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See how the top 10 jobs have changed over the past 10 years.
Are you in demand? Looking for your next opportunity?
As a job seeker, focus your search on the top jobs employers are struggling to fill and are hiring for right now. Don’t only focus on your experience, skills and education, make sure you emphasize your "soft skills" such as flexibility, adaptability and professionalism. These personal qualities are the ones employers report having difficulty finding applicants with most often.
Employers shared their top 10 jobs most difficult to fill in 2016. If you’re looking for your next opportunity, consider the jobs employers are hiring for right now.
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How do your hiring challenges compare?
As organizations struggle to find talent in the face of the persistent skills shortage, businesses are challenged with finding new and innovative ways to attract and retain in-demand talent, increase operational efficiency, reduce costs and improve their bottom line.
How are you addressing the talent shortage? As an employer, how do your hiring challenges compare?
ManpowerGroup surveyed nearly 42,000 hiring managers in 43 countries and territories for the 11th annual Talent Shortage Survey. Get more information on the global talent shortage below.