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What will be the most important recruiting trends 2016? The Germany-USA Career Center has collected the most important resources, so you don’t have to.
“Prediction,” warns a Danish proverb sometimes (wrongly) ascribed to physicist Niels Bohr, “is hazardous, especially about the future.”
With that in mind, we’ll leave the forecasting of 2016 recruiting trends in the U.S. and in Germany to others.
But reading up on the 2016 industry forecasts this past week, it occurred to us to put together a shortlist of important overviews and trend reports we’ve come across and found interesting, to save you some digging:
Industry Forecasts: Recruiting Trends 2016
- Forbes: 10 Trends Companies Will Follow In 2016
- Cornerstone: 8 Trends That Will Transform Recruiting in 2016
- CareerBuilder: 2016 U.S. Job Forecast (covers recruiting / hiring trends)
- LaSalle Network: 2016 Hiring Trends
- Top Echelon: Recruitment Forecast: 5 Trends for 2016
- Robert Half Management Resources: Demand by U.S. States and Fastest Growing Industries
- BDU: Jobchancen – Mitarbeiter 50+ werden künftig mehr gefragt sein (in German)
- LinkedIn Report: Germany Recruiting Trends 2016Infographic Source: 2016 Recruiting Trends Infographic – Source: Lucas Blake Blog
- Korn Ferry Futurestep: Top Talent Trends in 2016
- CFO: Eight Talent Arena Trends for 2016
- ERE Recruiting Intelligence: Recruiting Trends For 2016 And Their Supporting Best Practices
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Have a successful 2016!
The U.S. is expected to become the most competitive manufacturing nation over the next five years, with the current leader China sliding into second position, according to Deloitte Global’s 2016 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index report.