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Embracing Lab Robotics and Benchtop Automation
By Harvey YauI recently attended several conferences where there was a distinct increase in the push for lab science automation technology. Understandably, many lab scientists fear that bots will cost them their jobs. But the reality is that since employers can benefit significantly from automation, they’re actively looking to attract and retain scientists who know how to effectively uti ... Read More
Trends for Corporate Accounting Talent
What workforce trends can corporate accounting talent expect to see through the end of 2017? Regulatory and reporting changes set in motion a few years ago will continue to have an impact, as will the rising adoption of cloud-based platforms and advanced automation. Here is a brief outlook on six key trends that will impact talent in the corporate accounting sector this year. Increased adoption of ... Read More
Tech Salary Guide for the Triangle
Research Triangle Park in North Carolina is home to numerous high-tech companies and enterprises, as well as universities and research facilities. Comprising eight counties in Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, the Triangle is one of the fastest growing regions in the state—attracting many businesses and startups. Download the eBook for recruiting, hiring, and salary trends specific to tech talent i ... Read More
Interviewing
STEM professionals are in high demand around the globe. So why do so many highly qualified scientists struggle to get invited for a job interview?  The answer is simple: no matter how brilliant and experienced you are, your résumé and your LinkedIn® profile have to contain the right elements in order for you to get noticed. So what's the formula for a résumé or LinkedIn profile that can land you a ... Read More
Microscope
STEM professionals are in high demand around the globe. So why do so many highly qualified scientists struggle to get invited for a job interview? The answer is simple: no matter how brilliant and experienced you are, your résumé and your LinkedIn® profile have to contain the right elements in order for you to get noticed. Keywords are at the top but aren’t the only elements of an effective r ... Read More
Clinical Trends
What industry trends can clinical research professionals expect in 2017 and beyond?Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) continue to disrupt the sector, especially with respect to big pharmaceutical companies. These disruptions open up many new opportunities for candidates in growing areas such as personalized medicine.This ongoing wave of M&A, as well as a number of other industrywide developments, ... Read More
IT Trends to Know
Regardless of specific industry segments, IT talent is tasked with continuously monitoring and responding to rapidly developing trends in the sector. Kelly® brings you this concise report about workforce trends that are expected to have a significant impact on talent in the IT industry in 2017. By combining our proprietary research about workers’ needs and preferences with information gleaned duri ... Read More
2017 Trends for Engineers
What trends can engineers expect to see through 2017? While nuances may exist between specific industry verticals, a number of key trends have emerged that every engineering professional should know. Industry 4.0 The fourth industrial revolution is upon us, and projects that take advantage of new technological advances are driving demand for e ... Read More
Gig Economy2
By Joe LampinenMaking the move to the agile workforceThe emergence and growth of the gig economy in which independent, free agent workers in a variety of professions are engaged by clients for projects of defined length has had a significant impact on modern concepts of employment relationships. Engineers are particularly well suited to participate in and benefit from the gig economy. First, engin ... Read More
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Do you see the world as a puzzle to solve? A machine to tinker with? A platform for complex ideas and innovation? If so, you’re probably an engineer—or studying to become one. The demand for engineers will be up 11 percent in the next decade, yet qualified engineers are in short supply. Companies will be lining up to hire new engineers with specialized skill sets. Soft skills will be in demand too ... Read More
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What workforce trends can talent in the life sciences industry expect to see through the end of 2016? Developments that were set in motion in the past two years will continue to disrupt the market, broadening the life sciences workforce spectrum and changing how talent wants to be engaged. Kelly® is proud to present this concise editorial on important workforce trends that are likely to impact tal ... Read More
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What trends can healthcare professionals expect to see in 2016? The Affordable Care Act will continue to have an impact, as will the increased use of big data and technology. Kelly® is pleased to offer you this brief outlook on the most significant workforce trends expected to have an impact on talent in the healthcare industry in 2016. Thanks to our ongoing discussions with leading healthcare org ... Read More
Sci How Employable Are You_180x180_160142
Gone are the days of hunkering down at work to weather the economic storm, a time when most workers were merely thankful to be employed. Today, the perception prevails that career opportunities are on the rise –especially for scientific and clinical workers. Kelly® surveyed scientific and clinical professionals to gauge their views of the job market. Professionals were asked if they believe that t ... Read More
IT How Employable Are You_180x180_160142
Gone are the days of hunkering down at work to weather the economic storm, a time when most workers were merely thankful to be employed. Today, the perception prevails that career opportunities are on the rise – especially for IT workers.Kelly® surveyed IT professionals to gauge their views of the job market. Professionals were asked if they believe that they’re in high demand, and if they feel li ... Read More
HC How Employable Are You_180x180_160142
Gone are the days of hunkering down at work to weather the economic storm, a time when most workers were merely thankful to be employed. Today, the perception prevails that career opportunities are on the rise– especially for healthcare workers.Kelly® surveyed healthcare professionals to gauge their views of the job market. Professionals were asked if they believe that they are in high demand, and ... Read More
Fin How Employable Are You_180x180_160142
Gone are the days of hunkering down at work to weather the economic storm, a time when most workers were merely thankful to be employed. Today, the perception prevails that career opportunities are on the rise– especially for finance professionals.  Kelly® surveyed finance and accounting professionals to gauge their views of the job market. Professionals were asked if they believe that they’re in ... Read More
Eng How Employable Are You_180x180_160142
Gone are the days of hunkering down at work to weather the economic storm, a time when most workers were merely thankful to be employed. Today, the perception prevails that career opportunities are on the rise– especially for engineers.Kelly® surveyed engineering professionals to gauge their views on the job market. Engineering professionals were asked if they believe that they are in high demand, ... Read More
How Employable Are You_180x180_160142
Gone are the days of hunkering down at work to weather the economic storm, a time when most workers were merely thankful to be employed. Today, the perception prevails that career opportunities are on the rise. Kelly® surveyed professional and technical workers – those who work in healthcare, engineering, IT, finance and accounting, and scientific and clinical fields – to gauge their views on the ... Read More
HC New Era Nursing_504x504_150210
Over the next 10 years, the U.S. will need more registered nurses than ever before. There is growing demand for registered nurses outside hospital settings, too. In the battle to deliver preventative care on a grand scale, nontraditional nursing roles are now more important than ever.     ... Read More
HC Coders Billers_504x504_150563
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job growth for medical records and health information technicians, including medical coders and billers, is predicted to be 22 percent through 2022—much higher than the overall average job growth. A total of 41,100 new jobs in these fields are expected to be added throughout the U.S. during this time.This considerable growth is caused by a number of ... Read More
Top Engineering Fields For Job Growth
There are an estimated 1.9 million engineers currently working in the United States.Engineers solve industrial problems, develop innovative new technologies, and create the infrastructure that makes our standard of living possible. Their work bridges technological innovation and commercial, practical applications that cater to the needs of organizations and consumers. Due to the speed of scie ... Read More
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The growing influence of technology, social media, and mobile communication now makes it possible for most knowledge work and team activity to occur remotely or virtually. Remote work offers global opportunities for talent who seek to match their skills with the companies and available positions that exist beyond the constraints of a physical commute. It allows top talent, no longer bound by geogr ... Read More
Future Green Jobs_504x504
The number of global green jobs is difficult to estimate, but easily numbers in the tens of millions. As the world continues to embrace green products and policies, it’s estimated that 15-60 million green jobs may be on the horizon. Green careers can be found throughout general industries, however, most green jobs are in manufacturing and public services. Employers in these sectors are looking for ... Read More
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Currently, job posting trends reveal that the demand for science professionals is 40 percent higher than for all other professions. Moreover, science occupations are predicted to grow by 13 percent over the next decade, adding more than 135,000 new jobs in that time. These numbers correspond to a strong predicted growth in the global pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical diagnostics. Read thi ... Read More
IT Attracting Women_250x250_Z1381E
As diverse as the IT industry is today, there’s no question we’re all experiencing some of the same positive changes in the workplace. Among them is the changing roles of IT personnel, where they’re expected to understand the business impact of their work; the changing roles of CIOs, where they’re expected to be true purveyors of talent; and the diverse range of careers open to IT professionals wh ... Read More
Engineering Employment Outlook_250x250
The demand for qualified engineers is going up a full 11 percent by 2023, yet qualified engineers may soon be a challenge to source for many organizations. College enrollment is not keeping up with even the current demand, and the impending retirement of baby boomer engineers will only contribute to the void.Learn more about the engineering employment outlook and where the demand for talent will b ... Read More
Fin candidate infograph_250x250
Whether you are currently a professional in finance and accounting, or pursuing your degree in the finance and accounting space, the good news is that the demand for your expertise should continue to outpace the market.Today’s finance and accounting professionals are value-added consultants that help influence the current and future direction of the companies they work for. But with baby boomers e ... Read More
Sci Clinical Right For You_250x250
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, professions in the field of clinical research are predicted to grow faster than the national average in the upcoming years. If you’re looking to pursue a career in clinical research, it’s essential to understand the unique skill sets required to succeed. Today’s clinical talent needs to possess a combination of personality traits, job specific abil ... Read More
Sci candidate infograph_250x250
The need for science professionals is largely fueled by the changing world around us, including matters such as global healthcare reform, thirst for innovation and development, and global improvements of living standards.Career opportunities will continue to flourish for science professionals throughout the next decade as the world continues to evolve, particularly in the areas of regulation, safe ... Read More
HC_New Era Nursing_250x250
Over the next 10 years, the United States will need more registered nurses than ever before. Nursing today is no longer solely about caring for patients. It’s about technology, community-wide health management, and consistently improving the overall outcomes of a growing industry.  ... Read More
IT employment outlook_250x250
While the demand is great for experienced IT professionals, college enrollment is not keeping up, and the impending retirement of baby boomer IT professionals will quickly create a void.Career opportunities will be strong in coming years for IT talent, especially for those involved in application development, quality assurance, network, system analysis, system administration, end user support, as ... Read More
Eng Promising Futures_250x250
In the race to become more efficient, to increase innovation and create new and better products, engineers are vital. We need engineers to create solutions to complex, global challenges; to show organizations the way forward, to make ideas reality — and we need them in greater numbers than ever before. In fact, the world doesn’t just need more engineering graduates, it needs more engineering spiri ... Read More
AdminClerical Infograph_250x250
Over the next decade, employment growth of administrative and clerical professionals will keep pace with other occupations, but will vary by specialty. As these professionals exit the workforce, many companies are replacing them with workers that can support more than one manager in an organization—and who may also have advanced skills and degrees, or knowledge of a particular industry.What does t ... Read More
Healthcare Employment Outlook_250x250_updated
The demand for healthcare professionals is projected to rise 19 percent through 2023—resulting in more than 2 million new job opportunities in the healthcare industry.Learn more about the healthcare employment outlook through 2023. ... Read More
STEM Jobs Cultivate Success Image
Opportunities Are Growing All Around Us. Faster aircraft. Bolder video games. Better medicines. Technology is advancing every day, and STEM workers make it happen. Without the work of scientists, technicians, engineers, mathematicians, and other skilled workers, many new products and discoveries would never have come about.Just as the stem of a plant holds up other structures, STEM jobs are essent ... Read More

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