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Employment Trends: labor market news and the US jobs report

Find up-to-date insights about employment data, workforce hiring, unemployment and career surveys.

Background checks

Majority of employers background check employees … Here’s why

Ben Goldberg, CEO of Aurico | November 17, 2016

75% OF EMPLOYERS SAY THEY HAVE HIRED THE WRONG PERSON; THE AVERAGE COST OF ONE BAD HIRE WAS NEARLY $17,000.

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Zombies Zombies Zombies

The ZOMBIES are coming! How will your city endure?

CareerBuilder | October 27, 2016

For the second year in a row, Boston is most likely to survive the zombie apocalypse.

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Calling in sick

Feverish or phony? This year’s absurd excuses workers have used to call in sick

Ladan Nikravan | October 18, 2016

Over the past year, 35 percent of employees have called in to work sick when they were feeling well. Read more to find out about their excuses.

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Emsi growth areas

Want to know where the jobs will (and won't) be in 2021?

Rob Zaldivar | August 4, 2016

Top growing and declining jobs over the next five years by wage category - according to CareerBuilder and Emsi data.

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Competition snapshot

Get to know your job-search competition

Ladan Nikravan | July 28, 2016

CareerBuilder's Job Competition Snapshot provides insight into the chances of being called by an employer based on how you stack up against the competition.

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Is 9 to 5 outdated

Is working 9 to 5 a thing of the past?

CareerBuilder | July 21, 2016

Three out of five workers believe working 9 to 5 is outdated.

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Employers are screening candidates on social media

60% of employers are peeking into candidates' social media profiles

Amy McDonnell | April 28, 2016

60 percent of employers revealed they use social networking sites to research job candidates. What does this mean for you -- and your hireability?

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