Data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics breaks down aftermarket employment numbers by industry segments.
The Top Employers Institute recognized AkzoNobel’s excellence in Brazil, China, the U.K., the Netherlands and the U.S.
Some experts speculate unseasonably warm weather was a contributing factor.
The statistics are stunning. Worldwide, there are major dislocations between where the talent is and where it is needed – if it even exists at all.
Last month, the United States added an impressive 312,000 jobs, while the unemployment rate rose 0.2 percent to 3.9 percent from a 49-year low. Because that rise is counterintuitive, we wanted to explain this unexpected increase and where we think global unemployment rates are going in the coming year.
With unemployment worldwide at some of the lowest levels in years, employees are jumping ship in record numbers – because they can find other positions without difficulty.
By 2030, the demand for technological, social, emotional and higher cognitive skills will actually rise. Workers must adapt, or their jobs will disappear; organizations have even more to lose.
The Auto Care Careers Industry Job Board has been fully integrated with Google’s new job search feature.