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

2012 Surveys
CareerBuilder’s 2013 U.S. Job Forecast Points to a Better, But Still Cautious Hiring Environment
CareerBuilder’s 2013 U.S. Job Forecast Points to a Better, But Still Cautious Hiring Environment
Nearly Seven in Ten Businesses Affected by a Bad Hire in the Past Year, According to CareerBuilder Survey
More Companies Planning To Give Back To Employees This Holiday Season Than Last, CareerBuilder Survey Reveals
CareerBuilder and EMSI Release Top Jobs for 2013
Nearly Three-in-Ten Employers Have Caught a Fake Reference on a Job Application
Half of Workers Plan to Do Some Online Holiday Shopping at Work, CareerBuilder Study Finds
Approximately One-in-five Workers Will Spend Thanksgiving With Co-Workers, Finds New CareerBuilder Thanksgiving Survey
Nearly Two-Thirds of Employers Would Hire Military Veterans Over Other Equally Qualified Candidates, CareerBuilder Study Finds
Two-Thirds of Americans Do Not Share Their Political Affiliations at Work, CareerBuilder’s Study Finds
Retail Seasonal Hiring Trending Up, According to CareerBuilder’s Annual Forecast
CareerBuilder and EMSI Release Top Markets with the Best Job Growth Post-Recession and Occupations That Are Making a Comeback
Employers Share Most Unusual Excuses Employees Gave for Calling In Sick, CareerBuilder’s Annual Survey Finds
Sixty-Nine Percent of Full-time Workers Regularly Search for New Job Opportunities, CareerBuilder Study Finds
Job Outlook for Q4 2012 Mirroring Pre-Recession, CareerBuilder Study Finds
Half of Employers Have Hired Someone With a Criminal Record, CareerBuilder Study Finds
CareerBuilder and Dunkin' Donuts Survey Reveals Professions That Need Coffee the Most
CareerBuilder Survey Identifies Generational Differences in Work Styles, Communication and Changing Jobs
CareerBuilder Acquires Economic Modeling Specialists Intl.
CareerBuilder Study Finds More Workers Feeling Bullied in the Workplace
CareerBuilder Study Explores Security Risks for Work Laptops
Percentage of U.S. Workers Living Paycheck to Paycheck Reaches Recession-Era Low, Finds CareerBuilder Survey
CareerBuilder Survey Reveals the Most Unusual Things That Happened in Work Elevators
Swearing at Work Can Harm Your Career Prospects, Finds CareerBuilder Survey
Thirty Percent of Workers Who Drive to Work Have Texted While Commuting To and From the Office
CareerBuilder’s Mid-Year Job Forecast Points to a Better Hiring Picture in the Back Half of 2012
CareerBuilder’s New Talent Crunch Study Explores the Impact of the Skills Gap and Vacancies on Revenue and Turnover
More Bosses Taking Vacation than Employees, According to CareerBuilder Survey
Candidates Who Have a Bad Job Search Experience Can Adversely Affect a Company’s Bottom Line, CareerBuilder Study Shows
IDG’s Computerworld Ranks CareerBuilder No. 2 on 2012 List of 100 Best Places to Work in Information Technology
Two in Five New Dads Didn’t Take Any Paternity Leave, Finds CareerBuilder’s Annual Father’s Day Survey
New CareerBuilder Study Reveals What Salary Level Equals Success, According to U.S. Workers
Travel Agents, Attorneys/Judges and Physicians Among Occupations Most Likely to Report Weight Gain, Finds Annual CareerBuilder Survey
Small Businesses Reporting Increases in Hiring and Sales
Employers in Manufacturing, Hospitality and Retail Drive Increase in Summer Hiring, According to CareerBuilder’s Annual Job Forecast
Working Moms Taking Less Maternity Leave, CareerBuilder’s Annual Mother’s Day Survey Finds
Three in Ten Companies Expect to Hire for Executive Level Positions Over Next Six Months, According to CareerBuilder and Survey
More than Half of Employers Plan to Hire Recent College Graduates in 2012, CareerBuilder’s Survey Finds
CareerBuilder Acquires Top Language Jobs, Continues European Expansion
Thirty-seven percent of companies use social networks to research potential job candidates, according to new CareerBuilder Survey
CareerBuilder Acquires CEVIU in Brazil
CareerBuilder and Liberty Tax Service Share List of Job Search and Work Expenses You May Be Able To Claim on Your Taxes
CareerBuilder and the National Restaurant Association Team Up to Bring More Resources to Industry Employers and Job Seekers
Hiring Outlook for the Second Quarter Similar to Pre-Recession, CareerBuilder’s Survey Finds
CareerBuilder Survey: How well do American workers know their Senior Leadership?
Employers Share Encouraging Perspectives and Tips for the Unemployed in New CareerBuilder Survey
One-in-Five Workers Participate in March Madness Pools at the Office, Finds CareerBuilder Survey
Chicago Cubs and CareerBuilder Launch Search for Next Wrigley Field Ball Boys and Ball Girls
More Than One-Third of Workers Discuss Politics at Work
Hiring Managers Share the Most Memorable Interview Mistakes in Annual CareerBuilder Survey
Retirement May Be a Thing of the Past, New CareerBuilder Survey Finds
Nearly One-Third of Workers Who Had Office Romances Married Their Co-Worker, Finds Annual CareerBuilder Valentine’s Day Survey
IT Companies to Boost Pay, Focus on Training and Recruiting Efforts in 2012, According to Survey
Nearly One-Third of Employers Willing to Pay to Relocate Employees in 2012, CareerBuilder Survey Finds
Employers Share Most Outrageous Excuses Employees Gave for Coming in Late in CareerBuilder’s Annual Survey
Temporary and Contract Hiring to Increase in 2012, According to CareerBuilder Survey
Hiring Outlook for 2012 Remains Cautiously Optimistic, CareerBuilder’s Annual Job Forecast Finds

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