CareerBuilder recently released their College Hiring Outlook survey about how the job market will be this year for new college graduates. One part I found fascinating was what employers expect to pay new grads for their first job. Can you guess what the average is?
A recent CareerBuilder survey showed that 46 percent of health care employers said the role they struggled to fill above all others was that of qualified registered nurses.
If ever you find yourself doubting your competence as a manager and need a pick me up, just say to yourself, “At least I’ve never asked an employee to shave my back,” which isn’t something everyone in the world can say, according to a new survey from CareerBuilder.
More than 3,000 full-time workers participated in the survey, wherein they were asked to name the most unusual request they’ve ever gotten from a boss.
No one ever intends to have a bad hire, but it happens. Have you ever stepped back to see what the real cost is in those hires that go south? There are tangible dollars and cents that can be calculated, but even more costs come along with a person who doesn’t work out.
Get industry-specific data to help you stay a step ahead of salary trends in your industry with CareerBuilder’s 2016 Salary Trends Guide.
We surveyed over 5,000 job seekers in both the U.S. and Canada to achieve key insights into the habits of today’s candidates for our annual Candidate Behavior Study. This year, we found that job seekers use an average of 16 different resources to aid in their job search.
Both finding and retaining workers is the biggest challenge organizations are facing today. How can organizations tackle this in a high-demand market?
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