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Despite a Weak December Jobs Report, 2021 Was a Strong Year

The U.S. economy added just 199,000 net new jobs in December 2021, far below what forecasters were expecting. The unemployment rate ticked down to…

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Labor Market Outlook 2022

While many of us were enjoying the holidays, Appcast Labor Economist Andrew Flowers…
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Digital Workers Eager to Change Jobs

Newly released data from an ongoing global study, conducted by Boston Consulting Group…
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Decoding the Digital Talent Challenge

This article is part of Boston Consulting Group’s Decoding Global Talent series, which…
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Conflicting Signals of Weak Employer Hiring and Surging Worker Participation

The November jobs report, built off two surveys, was of a split-mind: the…
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Tips for Using Data in Programmatic Job Advertising

In today’s digital world, it can be hard to sort through the various…
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Quits Rates and Recruiting

Why can’t hiring organizations fill open positions? This is the question Appcast has…
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Surge in Hiring Reflects Strong Demand, But Labor Force Has Not Yet Recovered

The October jobs report showed strong demand for workers. The U.S. created 531,000…
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Holiday Hiring in a Tight Labor Market

With the holiday season quickly approaching, employers in retail, transportation, warehousing & logistics,…
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Recruiting Trends: What to Expect in 2022

Here’s to you, 2021. You’ve certainly tried our resolve. And yet we’re still…