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

2016 Surveys
Workers Reveal Plans to Land New Jobs in 2017, According to CareerBuilder Survey
CareerBuilder Survey Finds the Most Unusual Holiday Gifts Exchanged in the Workplace
CareerBuilder and Emsi Release Best Jobs for 2017
53% of Employees Are Using Time at Work to Shop Online, Increase From Last Year, Finds Annual CareerBuilder Survey
More Employees Spending Thanksgiving with Coworkers than Ever Before, Finds Annual CareerBuilder Thanksgiving Survey
Aurico Named No. 2 on HRO Today Magazine’s 2016 Baker’s Dozen List of Top Background Screening Providers
More than 1 in 4 Employers Do Not Conduct Background Checks of All New Employees, According to CareerBuilder Survey
CareerBuilder Announces Collaboration With Plans to Use Google Cloud Machine Learning to Make Job Search Faster and Easier
Annual CareerBuilder Survey Finds That Hiring Veterans Remains a Strong Focus, but Veteran Job Satisfaction Takes a Dip
CareerBuilder Survey Asks Workers Which Presidential Candidate They Would Prefer as Their Boss
CareerBuilder Releases New Study on Which Cities are Most Likely and Least Likely to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse
American Staffing Association, CareerBuilder, Capella Learning Solutions Launch Program to Develop Supply of Job-Ready, Junior-Level Recruiters
CareerBuilder’s Annual Study Reveals This Year’s Craziest Excuses for Calling in Sick
Seasonal and Permanent Employment to Hold Steady in the Fourth Quarter, But Paychecks Will Be Bigger, According to CareerBuilder’s Annual Forecast
Millennials Significantly Outpacing Other Age Groups for Taking on Side Gigs
CareerBuilder’s Annual Survey Reveals The Most Outrageous Resume Mistakes Employers Have Found
CareerBuilder Makes a Transformative Move to Expand Into Post-Hire Software with the Acquisition of WORKTERRA
CareerBuilder’s Labor Day Study Reveals 3 Major Forces Shaping the U.S. Job Market
New CareerBuilder Survey Reveals 13 Unusual Things Job Seekers Have Done To Get Noticed
Two Thirds of Minimum Wage Workers Can’t Make Ends Meet, CareerBuilder Survey Finds
Sixty-One Percent of Occupations Projected to Lose Jobs Over the Next Five Years are Middle-Wage, According to CareerBuilder and Emsi Research
CareerBuilder Gives Job Seekers Inside Peek At Who They’re Up Against for the Job And What It Takes to Get Hired
CareerBuilder Survey Reveals Five Common Job Seeker Pitfalls That Will Hinder Any Career Search
Majority of U.S. Workers Think Traditional 9-to-5 is a Thing of the Past, Finds New CareerBuilder Survey
Political Talk Heats Up the Workplace, According to New CareerBuilder Survey
Hiring in the Back Half of 2016 is Expected to Look a Lot Like 2015, But With Better Wages
CareerBuilder and Emsi Review Wages of Everyday Heroes in Occupations Americans Can’t Live Without
New CareerBuilder Survey Reveals Workers Spend More Than $3,000 Annually Just To Go To Work
New CareerBuilder Survey Reveals How Much Smartphones Are Sapping Productivity at Work
CareerBuilder Delivers Powerful Suite of Products Aimed at Recruiting New College Graduates Faster and Easier Than Ever Before
CareerBuilder Study Shows Accelerated Growth in a Wide Variety of Industries Over the Next Five Years
New CareerBuilder Study Unveils Surprising Must Knows for Job Seekers and Companies Looking to Hire
Bosses in the Western U.S. Receive Higher Praise from Their Employees
Mickelson Will Serve as Ambassador for CareerBuilder Challenge
Hot New Features From CareerBuilder Tell Job Seekers Who Is Looking At Their Resume – And Why
Temporary Jobs to Grow Across Pay Levels Over the Next Three Years, According to New Research from CareerBuilder
Two in Five Working Moms Report Being the Sole Breadwinner for Their Family, but Continue to Earn Significantly Less than Working Dads, Finds CareerBuilder’s Annual Mother’s Day Survey
Number of Employers Using Social Media to Screen Candidates Has Increased 500 Percent over the Last Decade
College Hiring Outlook Highest in Nearly 10 Years, According to CareerBuilder Survey
Do Workers Have a False Sense of Security? New CareerBuilder Survey Looks at Security in the Workplace
More Than 2 in 5 Workers Have Gained Weight at Their Current Job, Finds CareerBuilder Survey
Thirty-four Percent of Employers Plan to Hire Full-Time, Permanent Employees in the Second Quarter, CareerBuilder’s Forecast Finds
More Than 1 In 4 Employers are Hiring Employees with Master’s Degrees for Positions that had Been Primarily Held by Those with Four-Year Degrees in the Past, According to New CareerBuilder Survey
Managers Are More Likely Than Their Subordinates to Participate in March Madness Office Pools, Finds CareerBuilder Survey
Sleep Deprivation Affects Majority of Workers, According to New CareerBuilder Survey
New CareerBuilder and Emsi Analysis Finds College Degrees Are Not Keeping Up With Demand in Critical Areas
CareerBuilder Expands Into Background Screening with Aurico Acquisition
1 in 5 Human Resource Managers Admit Women At Their Companies Earn Less Than Men For the Same Work, CareerBuilder Survey Finds
CareerBuilder Offers Unique, Exclusive Data to Give Your Career a Boost
Careerbuilder and Capella to Launch First-Of-Its-Kind Program to Re-Skill and Up-Skill Workers for Higher-Paying Jobs in Less Than Three Months
One in Four Office Romances Involves a Superior, Finds Annual CareerBuilder Valentine’s Day Survey
CareerBuilder and Emsi List the Top 10 Metros Exceeding U.S. Job Growth Expectations – and 10 That Have Fallen Behind
CareerBuilder Reveals This Year’s Most Outrageous Excuses for Being Late to Work
Employers Share Strangest Interview Mishaps and Biggest Body Language Mistakes
U.S. Job Growth Expected to Hold Steady in the New Year, CareerBuilder’s Annual Job Forecast Finds

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