Executive Search Business Booming!
Firms are Recruiting for Top Positions.
Approximately 20% of executive jobs in the U.S. that pay over $150,000 annually at the largest 1,000 companies are filled by executive search firms. According to recent reports by the Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC) the Executive Search Business has shown strong activity in 2010, with a 32% increase in revenues and an 18% increase in new searches. (more…)
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When is the Best Time to Look for a New Job?
By Beth Cliff, Executive Recruiter, High Tech Engineering Talent Manager
The old adage follows that the best time to look for a job is when you already have one. While this may still hold true, the reality of today’s economic climate dictates that many excellent candidates are finding themselves unemployed and in the midst of a job search. There are pros and cons to both classifications of candidates – those who are employed and those who are not, when it comes to identifying your next career opportunity. What I have found over the years as a Recruiter is that no matter what your motivation for seeking a new opportunity, preparation and attitude are key. (more…)
Staffing & Employment News
from the Redfish Technology November Newsletter
The BLS statistics were encouraging. Nonfarm payrolls were increased by 195,000 jobs in October. The private sector created 151,000 of these jobs, marking the 10th consecutive month of job growth. Almost 1/3 of these increases were in “professional and business services” specifically in professional and technical, computer systems design, management and technical consulting, administrative and waste services, and employment services. Employment in temporary help services also continued to increase in October. This month’s gain was 35,000; increasing 451,000 since September 2009 lows.
The problem with this growth is that we are behind by 11 million jobs as compared to the pre-recession unemployment rate of 5% in December 2007. To obtain this unemployment rate within the next 5 years, we need to see a net of approximately 300,000 jobs added every month. (more…)