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

2004 Surveys's Employment Forecast Reveals Hiring Will be Strong in 2005
Thirty-five Percent of Workers Called in Sick With Fake Excuses Over the Last Year
One-in-Five Hospitality Workers Intend to Change Jobs By Year End, According to Latest Survey
Nearly Three-in-Ten Sales Professionals Expect to Have A New Job By February, Survey Reveals
One-in-five Retail Workers Will Leave Their Jobs in the Fourth Quarter, Survey Finds
Workers Reveal Top 5 Barriers to Career Progress in's Labor Day Survey
Four-in-ten Working Dads Willing to Take a Pay Cut to Spend More Time With Their Families, Survey Shows
Four-in-ten Hiring Managers Will Recruit the Most Workers in Q3; One-in-five Workers Will Leave Their Jobs by Year End Survey Finds One-in-Five Women Are Paid Less and Have Fewer Career Advancement Opportunities than Men
Summer Vacation Takes a Back Seat to Work For More Than One-third of Workers, Survey Shows
One-third of Health Services Workers Say They Do Not Feel Appreciated by Their Employers, Survey Finds
One-third of Sales Workers Don't Feel Motivated by Their Company Leaders, Survey Finds
One-third of Working Mothers are Dissatisfied with Their Work/Life Balance, Survey Finds
43 Percent of Workers Do Not Feel Appreciated By Their Employers, Survey Finds
Four-in-ten Hospitality Workers Say They Do Not Feel Appreciated By Their Employers, Survey Finds
Job Outlook and Salaries for College Grads Improve Over 2003, According to Survey
Two-in-ten Workers Participate in April Fool's Day at the Office, Survey Finds
Four-In-Ten Hiring Managers Plan to Do Majority of Hiring in Second Quarter 2004, Survey Finds
Job Seekers are Employing Unconventional Methods to Land New Positions, According to Survey Survey Reveals The Most Unusual Jobs From A to Z
One-in-four Hospitality Hiring Managers Plan to Add New Jobs In 2004, Survey Reveals
One-half of Hospitality Workers Plan to Change Jobs This Year, Survey Reveals
Thirty-eight Percent of Hiring Managers In Health Services Say it is Difficult to Find Qualified Workers, Survey Finds
One-third of Workers in Health Services Plan to Change Jobs in 2004, Survey Finds
Four-in-ten Sales Professionals Plan to Change Jobs in 2004, Survey Finds
Hiring Managers Reveal Top Five Biggest Mistakes Candidates Make During Job Interviews In Survey
Nearly Half of Retail Workers Plan to Change Jobs in 2004, Survey Reveals

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