Job Demand Keeps Ratcheting Down

November 2002
Financial Executive;Nov2002, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p12
Academic Journal
The article mentions that job demand in the third quarter of 2002 declined by 15 percent from the year-earlier period, according to the Executive Talent Demand Index of ExecuNet.com, an online career services company. The sectors in the job market that were most affected are finance, management information systems/information technology, consulting, high technology, human resources, and operations management. However, according to the survey, employment in the retail trade sector increased by ten percent. Regional disparities regarding employment in the United States are mentioned.


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