Indeed Growth by Function:
SimplyHired discusses that the Bureau of Labor Statistics released May unemployment totals that declined to 9.7%. Non-farm employers added 431K jobs in May, but a large percentage were due to temporary US Census hiring. CareerBuilder.com reports that non-farm payroll has increased by 982K since December 2009.
Indeed tracks employment trends by industry each month. Indeed’s June 2010 (based on May results) trend by industry survey shows growth in all fields. While health care is only up 3% over May 2009, there were nearly twice the number of health care openings (672K) than retail (354K) the next closest industry. The greatest changes were in transportation (67%) retail (53%) and hospitality (49%), consistent with recent Who’s Hiring articles I publish each Monday.
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