At the end of April 2010, the major job aggregation sites released hiring data and analysis, indicating slow but measurable growth. Today’s article summarizes job reports from Indeed.com, SimplyHired.com, and Execunet.com.
The slow job growth demonstrates some early signs of a recovery. However, job growth was inconsistent, effecting some cities, industries and job functions more than others. Some job markets remain in the dumper – Florida and certain California job markets are still in deep trouble with up to a 1:9 ratio of unemployed workers to job advertisements. Detroit remains in trouble, but registered some small improvements.
Not only is this valuable for job seekers, but for business analysts, corporate strategists, marketers, salespeople, investment analysts, financial advisers, and others who are interested in job growth.
For access to more information:
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