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Ten Job Categories That Will Add Full-Time Headcount in 2013

While employers are cautious about the state of the market and future recovery, many market segments will see active hiring in 2013. Sales and information technology boast the top spots when it comes to hiring in the New Year.

Sales and IT aren’t the only hot positions, though; the following percentage of hiring managers plan to recruit full-time, permanent employees for these other positions:

  • Sales – 29 percent
  • Information Technology – 27 percent
  • Customer Service – 23 percent
  • Engineering – 22 percent
  • Production – 22 percent
  • Business Development – 18 percent
  • Administrative – 17 percent
  • Research & Development – 15 percent
  • Accounting & Finance – 14 percent
  • Marketing – 14 percent

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Stephanie Gaspary

About Stephanie Gaspary

Stephanie is the managing director of content strategy at CareerBuilder, tasked with creating opportunities to share the CareerBuilder story across job seeker and employer channels. Stephanie, a lifelong learner, holds a Master's in Business Administration and a Master's in Management - both from North Park University and a Bachelor's degree in Art from Bethel University. A Minnesotan at heart, Stephanie has lived in Chicago for nearly 20 years, is the doting mother to two wacky german shorthaired pointer pups, looks forward to her morning run *almost* as much as that first cup of coffee and vows to one day live in the mountains.
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