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It was clear that the year 2013 was a major shift for the U.S. economy and the job market. There were more than 1.4 million jobs created, and our national unemployment rate fell to its lowest level since the U.S. recession began. Employers, the U.S. Government, and U.S. citizens are pushing "full speed ahead," but is it all smooth sailing and calm skies ahead?
Now that we're out of the recession and into growth mode, companies are ready to begin growing their workforce in order to grow their business. Targeting high-priority positions before qualified talent becomes unavailable is the key to success in this rat race for top talent. This report breaks down the most in-demand jobs across some of the major markets including: construction, manufacturing, retail, business and professional services, financial activities, engineering and architectural services and more.
Which positions have the best outlook for 2014? What types of talent will you be competing for in this job market? Read our report to find out.