Top 10 Employment Trends for 2014 - Dan Schawbel

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NY Times Best Selling author Dan Schawbel presents the top employment trends for 2014.

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Top 10 Employment Trends for 2014 - Dan Schawbel

  1. 1. #1: Social Recruiting • 94% of companies do social recruiting. • 31% of college admissions officers do social recruiting. • Students lose jobs based on what they post online. Source: Jobvite, Kaplan
  2. 2. #2: Changing Demographics • Boomers retiring • Gen X vs Y competing for leadership positions • Gen Z entering the workforce in 2 years
  3. 3. #3: The New Job Market • 7.3% national vs 15.9% for millennials • 3:1 ratio of job seekers to jobs • 77% of employees are open to new job opportunities Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, CareerBuilder
  4. 4. #4: Freelancing = The New Norm • 1/3rd of Americans are freelancers (43 million) • 60% of companies to hire more freelancers in 2014 • 43% of the workforce will work remotely by 2016. Source: American Staffing Association, CareerBuilder, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Elance
  5. 5. #5: Women In The Workplace • The gender pay gap is the smallest for Gen Y. • Women today are more educated than men. • Gen Y cares about equality. Source: Millennial Branding, PayScale
  6. 6. #6: The New Employer Filter • Collegiate Learning Assessment – An objective, benchmarked report card for critical thinking skills – 200 U.S. colleges making students take it – Could become more important than GPA Source: WSJ
  7. 7. #7: The ROI Of College • Half of graduates either unemployed, underemploye d or have given up. • Student loan debt – Highest % of loan defaults are in private for profit sector (37% vs 33% for public) • The rise of MOOC’s – Coursera, edX, Udacity Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, New York Times
  8. 8. #8: Reputation Matters • 75% of job seekers will accept a lower salary for a good brand. • Gen Y’s share negative brand commentary online. Source: YouGov, CareerBuilder
  9. 9. #9: The Skills Gap • 4 million job openings • 26% of employers creating new STEM jobs in 2014 • 50% of employers train workers on skills they don’t have in 2014 Source: Business Insider
  10. 10. #10: Cultural Fit • College students would accept a lower starting pay to work for companies with cultures they value and appreciate. • 68% of recruiters would choose a candidate who has a high level of Cultural Fit over Job Fit. Source: Monster, Le & Associates
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