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2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
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2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
2009-10 Hiring Trends:  A Recruiter's Perspective
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  • 1. 2009-10 Hiring Trends:A Recruiter’s Perspective
    Lynn Hazan
    President, Lynn Hazan & Associates, Inc.
    Executive Search Firm for Recruitment in Marketing and Communications
    Lynn@lhazan.com
    www.lhazan.com
    312-863-5401
    11/9/09
    © 2009 Lynn Hazan & Associates, Inc.
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  • 2. Creative interview strategy
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKV0QuQsonk
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  • 3. Popular Refrain
    …Sound Familiar?
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  • 8. “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.” - Charles Darwin
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  • 9. What’s Next for the Markets and the Economy?Prof. Jeremy J. Siegel ~ The Wharton School
    11/9/09
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    Total Real Return IndexesJanuary 1802 – December 31, 2008
    Source: Siegel, Jeremy, Stocks for the Long Run (2008).
    Past Performance is no guarantee of future results
  • 11. We can survive the downturn –Top 20 (of 50) Recession-proof Industries ResumeBear.com, December 12, 2008
    Residential trade contractors
    Turbine & Turbine generators
    Medicinal & Biological products
    Medical equipment
    Pet & Supply stores
    School bus transportation
    Passenger Transit
    Poultry processing
    Motor vehicle towing
    Water and sewage
    Consumer lending
    Financial transaction processing & clearing
    Portfolio management
    Investment advice
    Direct health & medical insurance
    Self storage centers
    Tax prep services
    Process & logistics consulting services
    Vet services
    Security guards & armored care services
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    Source:
  • 12. Top 5 Growing Industries Hiring Today Bureau of Labor Statistics – FNC iMag, Friday, October 16, 2009
    Health Care
    Number people 65 and older to increase to 46.4 million by 2016, from 35.6 million 2 years ago.
    Sector projected to add 4 million jobs through 2016.
    Accounting
    Companies looking at finances to cut costs.
    Keeping much closer watch on funds.
    Tax season is right around the corner.
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  • 13. Top 5 Growing Industries Hiring TodayBureau of Labor Statistics – FNC iMag, Friday, October 16, 2009
    • Education
    • 14. Unemployed/underemployed going back to school.
    • 15. Variety of positions opening up – not just teaching positions.
    • 16. Consulting
    • 17. Companies of all sizes in crisis and looking for guidance.
    • 18. Consultants increase by 1.6 million by 2016, up from 920,000 in 2006.
    • 19. Sales
    • 20. Even in a slump, companies need strong sales people.
    • 21. Sales positions aren’t for faint of heart, but if you can sell, you can make good money, and job security is almost a guarantee.
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  • 22. Mini Quiz:Fortune November 9, 2009
    Questions
    Answers
    Funeral industry profits up or down?
    Lower or higher life expectancy during recessions?
    Down
    Unemployment rate reduces death rate by o.5%
    Any luck?
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  • 23. Rise of kiosks IHL Group & Next Gen Research, October 14, 2009.
    Kiosks worldwide will grow from 1 million to estimated 2.5 million by 2014.
    There will be more than $775 billion in kiosk transactions by end of 09.
    That number could grow to $1.6 trillion by 2013.
    e.g. – Redbox
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  • 24. Hiring Timeline: A Kiss Perspective from LH&A
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    2007
    2005
    2001
    2006
    2008
  • Hiring Timeline: A Kiss Perspective from LH&A
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    2009
    2010
    2011
    2008
    • Recession deepens
    • 41. Departments cut
    • 42. Junior/less expensive talent in demand
    • 43. 2009 employees fatigue from 2-3x work load
    • 44. Anticipate more hiring
    • 45. Lower salaries
    (10-20% less)
    • Expect normal hiring
    • 46. Fussy Client Syndrome
    • 47. Candidates turned down jobs
    • 48. Recession
  • 3 years
    Client Sweet Spots: Candidate Profiles
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    5 years
    7 years
    10 years
    8 years
  • 49. Anticipated Trends in 2009-10
    • Economic Stimulus Plan-trickle down
    • 50. Job Training Money available
    • 51. Home Improvements-Energy rebates
    • 52. Wisdom + Leadership = gone
    • 53. Web 2.0
    • 54. Boomers delay retirement
    • 55. Gap in talent pool
    • 56. Salary adjustments
    • 57. Locations: Smaller/ Emerging Markets, candidates hesitate to move
    • 58. Thrift Age-David Houle
    • 59. Demise of Cable TV
    • 60. Intergenerational work relationships- each generation needs the other
    • 61. Urban Nomad
    • 62. Payoff in R&D-trendsetters
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  • 63. Online Job Boards
    Mass- decreasing effectiveness
    Niche- targeted- higher usage
    De facto -
    Aggregators- capture jobs-increased use
    E.g.
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  • 64. Trends in 2009 and Beyond
    Tech & Resources
    Environment
    CSR
    Information Technology
    Green
    Health Care
    Globalization
    Demographics
    Changing Mgmt Structure
    Web 2.0
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  • 65. Recognize Trends & Have Them Work for You
    Fringe
    Organics
    Whole Foods
    Global Warming
    Al Gore
    Environment Green Peace
    Workers’ Rights
    Nike
    Center/Mainstream
    Fair Trade
    Starbucks
    Humane Treatment of Animals
    PETA
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  • 66. Trend Blogs/Resources
    Climatewire.com
    By Environment and Energy Publishing
    Covers politics & biz of climate
    ResumeBear.com
    Trendwatching.com
    Marketingcharts.com
    Gorkana.com
    Futurist: David Houle’s blog for hot tips:
    Evolutionshift.com
    Did you Know 2.0?
    Brainyquote.com
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  • 67. Tech Growth - 2009 & Beyond
    Biotechnology
    Disruptive technology
    Energy innovations
    Clean tech
    Mobile devices- e.g.. smart devices, video 3GS
    Payoff from R&D
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  • 68. Going Wireless
    Online TV
    Wi-Max
    1 in 4 U.S. HH watch
    25% of viewers watched full-length TV show
    Up 15% from 2007
    20% watched less TV from traditional broadcast or paid cable-type providers
    (Chicago Tribune, Business, “Pulling TV cord, yet staying plugged in”, November 2, 2009)
    • 4th generation (4G) wireless technology designed to trump speed, strength and reliability of existing networks or Wi-Fi
    • 69. Like going from dial up to broadband with speeds 10x faster than 3g.
    • 70. Consumers with 4G-equipped device (cell phone, lap top) can get residential broadband-like speeds.
    (Chicago Tribune, Business, “WiMax Broadband goes live in Chicago”, November 2, 2009)
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  • 71. iPhone Apps
    http://www.sourcebooks.com/apps/sourcebooks-iphone-and-ipod-touch-applications.html
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  • 72. P&G – The Issue is Water
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  • 73. Where the Jobs Will Be
    • 5.3 mil jobs created by environmental management and protection
    (Management Information Services Inc., 2006)
    6.9 mil environmental jobs by 2020
    22 sectors w/green-collar opportunities
    • Food Production
    • 74. Manufacturing
    • 75. Auto Repair
    • 76. Infrastructure/Public Works
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  • 77. Where the Jobs Will Be
    • Micro-enterprises create 850,000 jobs/yr nationally
    • 78. Growth outpaces overall economy
    • 79. 17% Cook County employment = 460,000 microbusinesses w/ 5 or fewer employees
    (Chicago Tribune, Business, October 12, 2009)
    More companies turn to nonprofits for loans
    and coaching to maximize bottom line.
    Chicago loan groups:
    Community Development Association – cedaorg.net
    Duman Microenterprise Center – jvschicago.org/duman
    ACCION Chicago – accionchicago.org
    Chicago Community Ventures – chiventures.org
    Industrial council of Nearwest Chicago’s Small Business Development Center – industrialcouncil.com
    (Chicago Tribune, Business, November 2, 2009)
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  • 80. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
    Carbon footprint in home and office
    Source of 72% electrical consumption
    38% of all carbon emissions produced in U.S.
    Fast Company, November 2009
    Strategic advantage – happy workers, reputation, and social license to operate in existing and new markets
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    Bottled water more expensive than gas
    Cars - Preferred treatment for Hybrids
    Carpooling - companies of choice to work for
  • 81. Healthcare
    Job Gains
    Statistics
    • Since 1990s :
    • 82. Lost 1.1 million jobs in Information Technology
    • 83. Gained 1.7 million jobs in Healthcare
    • 84. U.S. spends more/capita than any other country
    • 85. Expectation $4 trillion by 2015 or 20% of GDP
    • 86. Focus on disease care, not HC
    • 87. U.S. ranked last of 19 industrialized countries in providing timely and effective healthcare to its citizens1
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    1Measuring the Health of Nations: Updating an Earlier Analysis, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 2008
  • 88. Wellness Programs
    Redefine corporate healthcare
    Healthcare costs soaring
    Tobacco-free
    Fitness and diet programs
    Intensive screening and health assessment tests
    Huge premiums for those who don’t comply
    Scotts Miracle-Gro Co., Novartis
    Scotts forecasts 3 to 1 return on wellness program
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  • 89. U.S. and Global EconomyInternational Monetary Fund - www.imf.org (Stats compiled before recession)
    2007 = U.S. made up 21% of global economic growth
    By 2010, anticipate 2.9% world growth in GDP
    By 2011, anticipate the U.S. to decrease to 15%
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  • 90. B.R.I.C.Jim O’Neill Mging Dir of Global Economic Research, Goldman Sachs
    What is B.R.I.C.?
    Rising Forces in the Economy
    http://www2.goldmansachs.com/ideas/brics/index.html
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  • 91. Changing U.S. Demographics
    • Ethnic markets rise in U.S.
    • 92. Hispanic American & Indian American, e.g.
    • 93. 2.35 million American Muslims; key players
    • 94. Language Training - Chinese, Arabic
    • 95. Women
    • 96. Aging Population
    • 97. Disabled community surpasses Hispanic by 5%
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  • 98. Mini Quiz:Pew Research Center 2050 Projections
    Questions
    Answers
    Latinos _____% overall US population
    Asians _____% overall US population
    Latinos = 29%
    Asians = 9%
    Any luck?
    Census 2008:
    • Latinos= 12.5%
    Asians = 3.6%
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  • 99. Generational DifferencesMeyer, Ann. “Closing the Gaps Between the Ages.” Chicago Tribune, 21 July 2008
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  • 100. Population by Generation 2005 U.S. Census
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  • 101. 11/9/09
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  • 102. Needs of an Aging Population
    Brainstorming Session
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  • 103. Boomers in the Workforce
    60 is the new 40
    Anticipated brain drain
    The dilemma
    Boomers re-invent work after retirement
    Consulting/freelancing
    Healthcare = best field for workers 50+
    AARP-Best Employers past 50 list
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  • 104. Changing American Management Structure
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  • 105. Web 2.0 Shift in Content
    Professional
    Citizen Generated
    Professional pubs
    Newspapers
    Trade magazines
    Business pubs
    Reference books
    Professional Associations
    Blogs
    RSS Feeds
    Youtube
    Google
    Wikis
    Online Communities
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  • 106. What Skills are Employers looking for in the 21st Century?
    Let’s brainstorm…
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  • 107. 21st Century Skills
    Creativity and Innovation
    Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
    Communication and Collaboration
    Productivity and Accountability
    Leadership and Responsibility
    Technology Literacy
    Flexibility and Adaptability
    Initiative and Self Direction
    Social and Cross Cultural Skills
    Information Literacy
    Social Media Literacy
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  • 108. Must Have Skills for LH&A Candidates
    Writing
    Analytic/Quantitative
    Web 2.0 skills
    Collaborative work styles
    Industry specific experience
    Biz dev
    Managing Clients, Supervisory Skills
    Foreign Language Skills
    Do more with less!
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  • 109. How to Re-Define Yourself in a Changing World
    Who are you?
    What do you want to do?
    Strengths & core competencies
    Reinvent yourself, your skills
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  • 110. What is your UPS?
    Has nothing to do with the postal service
    The answer is…
    How do you mirror the company’s brand?
    Elevator speech-practice
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  • 111. New Model for Employment
    New Business Models: Temp, Temp-to-Perm, Full-time, Combination
    Consortium or co-op
    Adapt and thrive
    Consultants
    Entrepreneurship
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    Ref: www.CartoonStock.com
  • 112. Money, money, money…
    Salaries drop in ‘09
    Big jump in salary possible?
    Your competitive worth in the marketplace
    Negotiating
    Value of benefits
    It’s not always about the money!
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  • 113. Clearly print your name and email address on the sign up sheet!
    Sign up for Lynn’s e-jobsA free, confidential listserv from Lynn Hazan & Associates
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  • 114. Empowered Job-seeker
    • Empower Job-seeker is a 1-to-1 consultation program with Lynn Hazan, a 25-year veteran of the recruiting business.
    • 115. Lynn helps candidates reposition themselves for a changing job market through:
    • 116. Resume development
    • 117. Interview coaching
    • 118. Networking
    • 119. Job search assistance
    • 120. Negotiating strategy
    • 121. LinkedIn access
    • 122. For details, contact lynn@lhazan.com
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  • 123. Find Lynn Hazan & Associates on:
    • Twitter: lynnhazan
    • 124. Linkedin: Lynn Hazan
    • 125. Facebook: Lynn Hazan
    • 126. SlideShare: Lynn Hazan
    • 127. EzineArticles: Lynn Hazan
    Lynn Hazan
    Lynn Hazan & Associates
    55 E. Washington St.
    Suite 715
    Chicago, IL 60602
    312-863-5401
    lynn&@lhazan.com
    www.lhazan.com
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