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    • March 15, 2010
      SHRM Poll: Post-Recession Hiring
    • Thus far, what percentage of full-time permanent jobs have been lost at your company since the U.S. and global recession began in December 2007?
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      By Industry
    • Thus far, what percentage of full-time permanent jobs have been lost at your company since the U.S. and global recession began in December 2007?
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      Note: n = 2342. The overall results are based on the responses of the following industries: construction, federal government, finance
      health, state & local government , manufacturing, services, high-tech.
    • In relation to the U.S. and global recession, would you say your company’s overall financial health is declining or recovering compared with 12 months ago?
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      By Industry
    • In relation to the U.S. and global recession, would you say your company’s overall financial health is declining or recovering compared with 12 months ago?
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      Note: n = 2333. The overall results are based on the responses of the following industries: construction, federal government, finance
      health, state & local government , manufacturing, services, high-tech.
    • Is your company currently hiring full-time staff?
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      By Industry
    • Is your company currently hiring full-time staff?
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      Note: n = 2308. The overall results are based on the responses of the following industries: construction, federal government, finance
      health, state & local government , manufacturing, services, high-tech.
    • Which of the following best describes the nature of positions your organization is currently hiring?
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      By Industry
      Note: Only companies that are hiring full-time staff are included in the analysis.
    • Which of the following best describes the nature of positions your organization is currently hiring?
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      Note: n = 1378. Only companies that are hiring full-time staff are included in the analysis.
      The overall results are based on the responses of the following industries: construction, federal government, finance
      health, state & local government , manufacturing, services, high-tech.
    • If your company will need a different skill set for new jobs in the post-recession workplace, how difficult do you think it will be (or has been thus far) to find qualified individuals for those positions?
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      By Industry
      Note: Companies hiring direct replacements of jobs lost during the U.S. and global recession were excluded from the analysis.
    • If your company will need a different skill set for new jobs in the post-recession workplace, how difficult do you think it will be (or has been thus far) to find qualified individuals for those positions?
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      Note: n = 749. Companies hiring direct replacements of jobs lost during the U.S. and global recession are excluded from the analysis. The overall results are based on the responses of the following industries: construction, federal government, finance
      health, state & local government , manufacturing, services, high-tech.
    • Demographics: Organization Staff Size
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      Note: n = 2040
    • Demographics: Organization Sector
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      Note: n= 2208
    • Demographics: Organization Region
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      Note: n = 2112
    • Demographics: Organization Operations Location
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      Note: n = 2202
    • SHRM Poll: Post-Recession Hiring
      Methodology
      Response rate = 14%
      Sample comprised of 2342 randomly selected HR professionals from SHRM’s membership
      Margin of error is +/- 4
      Survey fielded January 13–January 22, 2010
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