Forecast for the Job Market in 2014

In an article by John Zappe, a CareerBuilder survey indicates cautious hiring for the upcoming year.

Influenced by the budget uncertainty in Washington, D.C., HR professionals and hiring managers in CareerBuilder’s annual survey of hiring intentions said they expected to increase headcount in 2014, but the numbers and the rate of hire would depend on congressional action about the debt ceiling.

Hiring in the U.S. manufacturing sector is expected to decrease on a year-over-year basis in January, according to the leading indicators of national employment report released by the Society for Human Resource Management. However, hiring in the service sector will increase.

Good news, however for those in IT- hiring in this field still remains high at 29%.

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