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While the overall outlook of executive search consultants for 2009 is down markedly, member firms of the Association of Executive Search Consultants believe the global executive job market will rebound in the second half of the year.
Despite their concern for the broader global economy, the recruiters expect several
market sectors will strengthen in the coming months. Search consultants anticipate the
most management-level hiring growth in these markets:
The AESC survey findings reveal that search consultants expect to see the greatest
scarcity of talent in finance and accounting positions, as well as in executive
management/board positions and engineering posts. Globally, China is expected to see
the greatest need for executive talent in 2009 (66 percent), followed by India (43
percent) and Eastern Europe (30 percent).
"Despite the current state of the global economy, our members still see several bright
spots for executive hiring in 2009. Other sectors will begin to step up their executive
hiring as the current uncertainty dissipates and greater optimism begins to work its way
into boardrooms," offers AESC president Peter Felix.
"Typically, executive search is an early indicator of renewed strength in the economy as
organizations either upgrade or begin to invest in new executive talent. Given the
extreme talent shortage which was being experienced in many sectors globally until the
end of the third quarter last year, our members are optimistic that strategic recruiting
will pick up in the near future, but certainly by the second half of the year."
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Additionally we serve as
the local venue for
groups including TENG
(Tech Exec. Networking
Networking Group), and
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We have negotiated a 20%
discounted rate for LHH clients
with Blue Steps the executive
search web site owned and
operated by the AESC
(Association of Executive
Search Consultants) which is
their professional organization
made up of over 200 of the top
executive search firms. See
your consultant for details.
AESC has around 200
member search firms, with
around 4000 consultants
around the world.
ExecuNet Exclusive: Executive
Recruiters Rank Top
Industry Markets For 2009
Environmental services and so-
called 'clean technology' lead the
list of industries executive
recruiters expect to generate the
greatest growth in executive-level
hiring in 2009, according to
ExecuNet research. The move by a
growing number of executive search firms to establish clean tech recruiting practices
and increasing venture capital interest in the space help to explain how the sector
moved from seventh on ExecuNet's list of top growth industries for executive hiring
almost 12 months ago to number one, ahead of healthcare.
Companies have shifted from volume hiring to strategic hiring against the backdrop of
stark economic data, but opportunities still exist for organizations and talented
individuals with innovative ideas. Remember the dot-com-era demand for IT talent?
Many of those ideas will power what author Tom Friedman has dubbed "ET" or "energy technology," which may represent "the next great industrial revolution," according to CT Partners, which highlights its view of the hottest executive job titles.
Pointing out that "the presidential campaigns made energy a foreign policy, national
security and economic priority" and that nearly 30 states "have state mandates
requiring that a certain percentage of power comes from renewable sources," the search
firm affirms that alternative energy will drive new jobs and new private equity
"Strategic as well as hands-on green collar roles will be created," the firm says in a
statement. "New jobs will be related to solar, wind and other renewable sources \u2014 and
a new class of executives on the management team. A strong push to retrofit
commercial buildings will make them energy efficient across industries from retailing,
manufacturing, aerospace and pharma to automotive, semiconductor and hospitality \u2014
those companies that need big buildings with lots of employees."
Our history has taught that we are nothing if not resilient but what does that mean. It means we get
knocked down but we don\u2019t stay down. So how did we get that way? It begins with our attitude or
predisposition. Everyone who came or comes to this country is optimistic about the possibilities
here. And that type of thinking is contagious especially when you look around and see the evidence
of what can be achieved by those who believe. Every story that I\u2019ve ever read about the
accomplishments of visionaries as well as the great forward strides of this country has been
preceded by dark and sometimes tragic times. But because we have been unwilling to succumb to
failure and to despair, we\u2019ve continued to get up, dust ourselves off, and try again and again until we
meet with success. That\u2019s what resilience is all about and hopefully you\u2019ll keep that in mind as your
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