2019 has come to an end and the magnifying glass on this year’s HR and recruitment trends has already begun to heat up. To help you sift through the numbers, we’ve put together a list of over 100 powerful hiring and job statistics for 2020. The numbers have been crunched by the likes of The Bureau of Labor Statistics, iCIMS, LinkedIn, Glassdoor, Deloitte, Jobvite, CareerBuilder, SilkRoad, Pew Research Center, Forbes, CNBC, PayScale, and the Society for Human Resources Management.
What we do know from the last few years is that the paradigm has shifted int he US and it’s recently been a candidate’s market. There’s now a higher number of job openings than there are people to fill them. This does have a knock-on effect and alters the landscape of hiring completely. Regardless of these encouraging numbers for job-seekers, a skills-shortage still remains.
There are many questions for candidates and their employers alike to consider when formulating their strategy for the new year. Especially since the year 2020 is seen by many as the culture-first decade for employers.
If you want to attract the top talent or the right candidates, your hiring strategy should take into account these latest recruiting-market research findings.