Industry Trends

CareerBuilder periodically tracks the opinions of workers and employers on a variety of topics. For additional survey information, contact Jennifer Grasz at 773-527-1164 or jennifer.grasz@careerbuilder.com.

2003 Surveys
Forty Percent of Workers Plan to Change Jobs in 2004, New CareerBuilder.com Survey Reveals
More than 30 Percent of Hiring Managers Plan to Add New Jobs in 2004, A New CareerBuilder.com Survey Reveals
CareerBuilder.com Releases Comprehensive Report on Worker Trends and Plans to Change Jobs
Nearly Seventy-five Percent of Workers Still in Search of Dream Job, CareerBuilder.com Survey Reveals
Seventy-eight Percent of Retail Hiring Managers Plan to Hire New Employees for Upcoming Shopping Seasons, CareerBuilder.com Survey Reveals
Hiring Managers Most Influenced by Candidates' Job Experience, According to CareerBuilder.com Survey
CareerBuilder.com Survey Shows 40 Percent of Working Fathers Willing to Relinquish Breadwinner Role
CareerBuilder.com Survey Shows More than 70 Percent of Salespeople Satisfied with Jobs
Working Mothers Continue to Juggle Demands of Work and Life, CareerBuilder.com Survey Reveals
CareerBuilder.com Survey Finds Majority of Men and Women Satisfied with Jobs
CareerBuilder Survey Finds 55 Percent of Hiring Managers Plan to Hire New Employees This Year
Healthcare Workers Value the Ability to Balance Work and Life More than Salary, CareerBuilder Survey Finds
Retail Workers More Dissatisfied With Their Jobs Than Workers in Other Industries, CareerBuilder Survey Reveals

Current Year Surveys:2020

Industry Trends Archive:  2002  |  2001

Job Forecasts

Media Contact Information

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Jennifer Grasz
(P) 773-527-1164
(E) jennifer.grasz@careerbuilder.com