We’ve discussed this a bit in previous posts, but it’s relatively easy to make the argument that hiring is getting harder these days. Organizations often don’t have wiggle room on salary (except for certain positions) and the North American job market is broadly strong, at least in terms of low unemployment. 67% of recruiters in one survey said it’s “harder than ever to find top talent.” A SHRM survey showed similar results: 74% of recruiters believe hiring becomes harder year-over-year. The New York Times has even weighed in on all this.
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