5 Employment Stats
Every Hiring Manager
Needs to Know
3.1 million workers left
their jobs voluntarily in
December 2015, the
highest level since 2006.
Source: Bureau of Labor St...
There were 5.6 million job
openings in December
2015, the second-highest
level ever reported.
Source: Bureau of Labor Stat...
54% of CFOs increased a
new hire’s salary from what
the worker made before.
The average raise was 10%.
Source: Robert Half
Starting pay for professional
positions will increase 4.1%
on average in 2016. IT jobs
will see the largest gain, at
5.3%....
64% of workers said the
chance to learn new skills
was a critical factor in
deciding to take a new job.
Source: Robert Half
Discover more employment
stats to help your hiring
efforts:
roberthalf.com/
demand-for-skilled-talent
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Learn five key employment stats that can help inform you about the current hiring climate and increase your chances of landing the talent you need to grow your business.

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5 Employment Stats Every Hiring Manager Needs to Know

  1. 1. 5 Employment Stats Every Hiring Manager Needs to Know
  2. 2. 3.1 million workers left their jobs voluntarily in December 2015, the highest level since 2006. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics
  3. 3. There were 5.6 million job openings in December 2015, the second-highest level ever reported. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics
  4. 4. 54% of CFOs increased a new hire’s salary from what the worker made before. The average raise was 10%. Source: Robert Half
  5. 5. Starting pay for professional positions will increase 4.1% on average in 2016. IT jobs will see the largest gain, at 5.3%. Source: Robert Half
  6. 6. 64% of workers said the chance to learn new skills was a critical factor in deciding to take a new job. Source: Robert Half
  7. 7. Discover more employment stats to help your hiring efforts: roberthalf.com/ demand-for-skilled-talent

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