>>By the Numbers: February 21, 2020

By the Numbers: February 21, 2020

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Top Professionals Most Likely to Move On

The Numbers:

  • Recruiters, software engineers, and marketers are more likely to consider other job opportunities than other professionals
  • Recruiters are 115% higher than the national average to be open to unsolicited recruiting messages
  • Software engineers and marketers were second and third at 105% and 82% about the national average, respectively
  • Source: Workforce Logiq

CEO Turnover Sees Large Leap

The Numbers:

  • In January, CEO exits increased 37% over December
  • This encompasses an estimated 219 exits
  • Source: Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc.

U.S. Labor Shortage Forecasted to Continue Through the Decade

The Numbers:

  • The U.S. labor shortage is expected to continue through 2030
  • 85% of companies in ‘mostly blue-collar industries’ had recruiting difficulty
  • 64% in ‘mostly white-collar industries’ reported the same
  • Source: The Conference Board

    BountyJobs Reports – Year in Review: Talent Acquisition in 2019 and the 2020 Impact

    The Numbers:

    • A whopping 43% of professionals plan to look for a new job over the next 12 months
    • The majority of employers, 61%, planned to raise wages in 2019, which was up from 48% in 2018. What’s in store for 2020?
    • Manufacturing saw consecutive increases in employment for over 18 straight months, the longest stretch since the mid-1990s. However, around 90% of manufacturing
      companies couldn’t fill all of their open roles.
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