Hiring in health care is looking pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good for 2016.
So good, in fact, that 43 percent of health care employers plan to hire full-time workers in 2016, outperforming the national average (36 percent) for employers adding full-time staff, according to CareerBuilder’s 2016 U.S. Job Forecast. Other industries are expected to outperform the national average as well: 46 of employers in financial services and 44 percent of those in information technology plan to hire full-time workers. Manufacturing (37 percent) is expected to mirror the national average.
What Does This Mean for You?
If your organization is planning on hiring for health care-related positions this year, you already know you’re up against a challenging task. To recruit the best people you need to find ways to stand apart from your competition — and your employment brand must be strong across multiple platforms. Get our tips to help you hire the best health care talent in 2016.
Whether you’re hiring for health care, STEM or customer service, CareerBuilder’s U.S. Job Forecast will prepare you for what’s ahead in the labor market this year.
Get more insights by reading the full forecast here.