In today’s highly competitive job market, candidates face various obstacles during the job search and hiring process which often results in frustration and long periods of unemployment.
Carrie Mae Berry, Managing Partner and National Sales Manager at LEAD Professional, spends a lot of time honing her team’s recruiting skills for the business professional, health care, information technology, and manufacturing industries.
LEAD National is looking ahead to five important recruitment trends in the skilled trades that will shape how businesses across the country navigate 2024.
Do you feel that your job application or submitted resume ends up in the abyss of a black hole? Well, you are not alone! Job applicants, even those who have paid for a professional resume, are struggling to get noticed.
The job market for skilled trades, especially electricians, is booming. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that 80,000 new electrician jobs will be created annually through 2031, making this the highest demand in history for electricians.
There are jobs available in the ship building and shipyard industry for a variety of skillsets and skill levels, but what they have in common is an opportunity for skilled workers to grow into roles that offer some very serious compensation packages.
Across the country companies are struggling to fill positions in the construction, industrial, and marine sectors as competition for the best workers continues in a tight labor market.
In the current competitive labor market, many companies are focusing on securing contracts for the best workers to stay ahead of their competition.
Are you a job seeker looking for your next career opportunity or an employer seeking to bridge a staffing gap? LEAD Technical has you covered. Learn about the industries LEAD Technical serves.
LEAD New England Helps Companies Find the Right Skilled Trade Workers Despite the Rise of Wages and Benefits
“With wages and benefits, and labor costs rising, LEAD is a viable option for companies looking for workforce solutions in these hard times.” says LEAD New England’s Managing Partner, Dick McLaughlin.