Job Market

Job Market

The supply and demand for jobs. That is, the job market is the amount of job openings available compared to the workforce capable of taking them. A large number of job openings may indicate lack of demand for jobs (that is, there are not enough skilled workers to fill available positions), while the opposite may indicate few jobs relative to the labor force.
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unemployment continued to decline in 2017, Americans grew increasingly optimistic about the job market.
AG Rao, Group Managing Director of Manpower Group India said, "The job market continues to sustain the momentum gained over the past few months.
com)-- Job Market Maker, a leading provider of predictive recruiting software solutions, announced that HR tech veteran Scott Jackson, has joined the team to further develop relationship management strategies to support, enable and drive success with the growing customer base.
Especially if you know how difficult it is to integrate refugees into the job market, because they, unlike other immigrants, must learn German first.
Before coming to the recommendation, TVTC had recently carried out a study of the Saudi job market to determine which professions should be given priority for Saudiaization so that their professional levels are gradually improved.
Two components were considered: job market and socioeconomic environment.
MANY students are still pessimistic about finding work, with some saying it is down to big businesses to improve the job market, a survey has suggested.
job openings and overall hiring both reached five-year highs in September, signaling steady improvement in the job market, AP reported.
Major effort to link the Sultanate s basic education sector with the requirements of the modern job market is the need of the hour and striking a perfect balance between demand and supply of the job market is of great importance, says Dr Madeeha bint Ahmad al Shaibaniyah, Minister of Education.
New Delhi, April 18 -- While the job market has recently felt the ripple effect of economic uncertainty, senior professionals have re-affirmed their confidence in hiring activity.
Wages increased only marginally in the month, despite high inflation, reflecting the weak job market.
But as Matt Largey of KUT News reports, even in Texas, which has fared comparatively well, the job market remains bleak for one group: workers over 50.