The Recruiter's View: Candidate-Driven Market to Present Retention Challenges in 2015 Among Top Performers
U.S. employment had its challenges during the winter months of 2014, but throughout most of the year we've experienced consistent growth as 222,000 new jobs has become the 12-month average.
Although the nation's unemployment rate remained the same in November at 5.8 percent, widespread gains were seen across a variety of different sectors. The amount of jobs added to U.S. payrolls increased exponentially from October - a good sign for the country's economic strength as 2015 approaches.
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