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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

The Most In-Demand Jobs in America in 2016

America's Most Wanted: Where to Find This Year's Most In-Demand Jobs 

Randstad's 2016 Hot Jobs list names three of the most in-demand jobs across six key fields
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Top Three In-Demand Jobs
  1. Manufacturing Engineer
  2. Mechanical Engineer
  3. Electrical Engineer
ATLANTA, Feb. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- As employers and job seekers take their respective positions in this year's talent hunt, both can benefit from insight on which roles will be highly recruited for in the months ahead. To help both hiring managers and candidates best position themselves in the hiring equation, Randstad US, one of the largest staffing and HR services companies in the United States, has enlisted the expertise of its national recruiting team and partnered with Economic Research Institute (ERI) to publish its list of 2016 Hot Jobs.
  • Click here to download more detailed information about this year's hottest jobs.
With 2.7 million jobs added in 2015, capping off a two-year period that experienced the best stretch of hiring since the 1990s, many economists predict the country's labor market will continue to see steady growth in 2016. However, even in an expanding labor market, competition by talent to secure the highest paying jobs and efforts by employers to attract them are expected to remain as fierce as ever.
Additionally, employers developing their talent acquisition strategies should consider findings from Randstad's latest Employee Engagement Study, which uncovered nearly half (49%) of employees believe they need to leave their current employer to advance in their careers. This suggests a high potential for skilled candidates to seek out new opportunities in their field and should provide employers the impetus to stay deeply connected to and ahead of current talent trends.

Randstad's 2016 Hot Jobs predictions include three top roles within engineering, finance and accounting, human resources (HR), information technology (IT), manufacturing and logistics and office and administration.

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