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SimplyHired.com August Employment Outlook

SimplyHired.com August Employment Outlook

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U.S. Employment Outlook
August 2011
 
U.S. Employment Outlook
 
|August 2011Simply Hired, Inc.
Executive Summary
Key highlights from this month’s report
U.S. Job Market Snapshot
Nationwide employment changes at a glance
Local Market Outlook
Job growth and competition in 50 major metros
Industry and Occupation Outlook
Job growth and competition in major industries and occupations
Top Hiring Companies
The top 5 companies hiring in 25 major metros
About
Information on the report and Simply Hired
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ContentsU.S. Employment Outlook
August 2011
 
U.S. Employment Outlook
 
|August 2011Simply Hired, Inc.|
 
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Nationwide hiring resumes slowly.
Nationwide job openings increased for the firsttime since April, up 6.5% month-over-month and 17.0% year-over-year. Openings werepreviously down -3.8% in June and -2.6% in May. “As predicted, job opening numbersare up again as we approach the end of summer,” said Gautam Godhwani, CEO ofSimplyHired.com. “Although a 6.5% increase is fairly small, we expect to see continuedmodest growth over the course of the fall season.”
Increased job openings in all major metros.
In line with the nationwide boost inopenings, all 50 major metros experienced job growth this month. Thirty-nine metroareas posted growths greater than 5.0%, with the most substantial increases inOklahoma City (12.3%), Pittsburgh (11.8%) and Grand Rapids (11.2%).
Hiring increases in most industries and occupation categories.
Nearly all sectorsexperienced job growth in July, with just three industries and one occupation categoryposting negative month-over-month changes. Given recent world events, hiring declinesin agriculture (-6.1%), automotive (-3.1%) and manufacturing (-0.3%) were unsurprising.Hiring was also down for journalists & media workers, with a -9.6% change.
Employment Impact: World Economy
Manufacturing and automotive hiring continue to slow.
Job openings were down forthe second consecutive month in manufacturing (-0.3%), and the third consecutivemonth in automotive (-3.1%). Hiring in these industries remains affected by globalevents like the Japanese earthquake crisis and European Union debt.
Executive Summary

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