According to the Labor Department, the United States has experienced a rare phenomenon in April 2019: the number of job openings is much higher than the number of unemployed Americans. In fact, this trend has been going on for some time now. Since 2018, Americans searching for jobs has continued to decrease while job openings continue to rise.
This phenomenon further underscores the difficulty employers face in finding and hiring workers. While many jobs are open across the board, employers are struggling to hire qualified workers from a shrinking pool of eligible Americans. Experts and analysts alike have warned that this situation may not improve anytime soon.
As America enters into a new era of unparalleled productivity, more and more cities have positioned themselves as enticing workplace options. And just recently, new data has been released suggesting that Denver is quickly developing into a hub for top-paying jobs. Balancing the mix of high-quality jobs and innovative industries, Denver is now becoming an economically complex city home to diverse opportunities.
As technology quickly advances, today’s job skills continuously face the challenge of being outdated. So how do you evolve with the job market's ever-changing needs?
Embracing ongoing education is one of the ways to be the most promising candidate in the shortlist. Hiring managers now expect you to be responsible for learning new skills on your own. For them, instead of expecting the employer or potential employer to provide advanced training, you should be responsible for your learning experiences and growth.
What skills do you include in your resume? Have you ever really sat down to consider all your skills, as well as the skills that employers are looking for in a candidate? Typically, you can find the answer in the job description. But the marketing group, SimpleTexting.com, took it a step further.
Although Delaware is seldom recognized for its size or prestige, the big-fish-small-pond effect could certainly apply to this state. Delaware has emerged as one of the fastest growing states in the U.S. with tech companies fueling the local economy. Already, this tech-hub state boasts huge fish like JP Morgan Chase and Purdue.
Are you looking for a new job in 2019? You're in luck. It's a candidates market and there some hot jobs in the tech industry that you should include in your job search. Read on to learn about the roles that are a job seeker's paradise and where you're practically guaranteed to land a job you love.