Workers continue to successfully find re-employment, and quickly, amid global economic uncertainty, fears of layoffs and layoffs, new figures show.
A ZipRecruiter report found that tech workers were the most successful at finding reemployment quickly, with 79 percent finding a new job within three months of termination; slightly lower than the 83 percent average for all job types.
While the current 10.3 million job openings are below the previous record high, there are still more job openings than the number of unemployed adults in the United States, presenting new opportunities or challenges for workers seeking a career change.
Eager tech workers who might be putting off career changes because of a lack of self-confidence are being told: Innovation, creativity, self-confidence and the right skill set are among the most important qualities an employer can look for.
Recreation and leisure; transportation and delivery; manufacturing and manufacturing are all sectors where laid-off workers quickly find re-employment, meaning these sectors are poised to weather the economic storm and can provide a stable job for laid-off workers.
Julia Pollak, ZipRecruiter’s chief economist, explained that tech workers “…remain the most in-demand workers, with the most in-demand skills,” so while companies like Meta, Microsoft, and Twitter have all experienced massive With layoffs in recent months, opportunities remain.
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