The 2014 Jobs Outlook: Conservative But Improved
From Black Enterprise
According to CareerBuilder, recruitment for employers remains a cautious endeavor, as its annual forecast shows that debt issues in Washington may continue to play a part in impeding a more accelerated jobs recovery.
Twenty-four percent of companies reported that they will add full-time, permanent employees in 2014, down two percentage points from 2013. Nearly one in four employers (23 percent) said they will hire at a slower rate or will not expand headcount at all until the debt ceiling is resolved in the first quarter.
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