Technology and consulting firms dominate the list.
According to rankings compiled by online employment website Glassdoor, physician, lawyer and research & development manager are the three best-paid jobs in the United States. The website also revealed that salary is a leading consideration for nearly seven in ten people when it comes to finding a suitable employer. Physicians are in top place […]
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HR professionals are having a hard time recruiting new hires.
Employers say they plan to hire 11% more fresh college graduates for U.S. jobs this year than last, according to a new survey.
Via Techcrunch …
It’s widely believed in policy circles that technology creates jobs around the U.S., especially outside the startup-happy zone of Silicon Valley. But, searching for statistical nuggets in a needlestack of words is daunting–and a little boring. So, technology lobby, Engine Advocacy, and the Bay Area Council Economic Institute, are here to inform and dazzle you with multi-colored graphs (plus some egregious copy and pasting on our part) [PDF].
Via SimplyHired …
Simply Hired® today released its August 2012 Employment Outlook, which reports nationwide job openings increased in July, with a 4.5% increase from June. Job openings increased in all 50 of the major metros, with Grand Rapids (9%) and Cleveland & Akron and Salt Lake City (both 8%, respectively) showing the largest increases.
Job openings increased in 14 of 18 industries in July. The largest growth came from hospitality (11%) and non-profit (9%). Occupations experiencing the largest growth in job openings were law enforcement, fire and safety (15.8%) and engineers (excluding computer) (14.1%).
According to a recently released research report by Gartner, the SaaS industry is set to reach about $14.5 billion worldwide this year.
After more than a decade of use, adoption of SaaS continues to grow and evolve regionally within the enterprise application markets,” said Sharon Mertz, research director at Gartner. “Increasing familiarity with the SaaS model, continued oversight on IT budgets, the growth of platform as a service (PaaS) developer communities and interest in cloud computing are now driving adoption forward.”
Hirebridge has exclusively been providing its software as a hosted solution since the company’s inception in 2000 and has experienced explosive growth over the past three years.
Via CNN.com …
A recent survey commissioned by Microsoft found that 70 percent of recruiters and hiring managers in the United States have rejected an applicant based on information they found online.
What kind of information? “Inappropriate” comments by the candidate; “unsuitable” photos and videos; criticisms of previous employers, co-workers, or clients; and even inappropriate comments by friends and relatives, according to the survey report, titled “Online Reputation in a Connected World.”
Via USA Today …
Here’s a study tip for employers who want to hire top-notch college grads: Bone up on social media.
Nearly 28% of college students plan to seek employment using LinkedIn, up from 5% last year, according to a survey out today from employee recognition provider I Love Rewards and career-services network Experience. Slightly more than 7% plan to use Facebook, up from 5%.