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Organizational growth, employee retirements, business needs, and more-have converged to strengthen hiring projections and bolster the job market. This marks the fourth straight year that employers have projected percentage increases in the double digits.
More than half of the employers who provided key reasons for their anticipated hiring increase cited the growth of their organizations. Many also reported employees nearing retirement age, high attrition rates, or business needs that would require increased hiring, and thus increase the Job Outlook
By economic sector, service-sector employers expect the largest increase in hiring-19.8 percent-over last year. Manufacturers and government/nonprofit employers also plan healthy increases. Manufacturers expect to add 9.5 percent more to their work forces, while government/nonprofit employers plan to increase hiring by 9 percent over 2005-06 levels.
By region, employers in the South anticipate the biggest hiring gains as they expect to hire 25.5 percent more new college graduates. Employers in the West project an increase in their college hiring by 23 percent, and employers in the Northeast say they will hire 16.9 percent more new hires this year than last. In the Midwest, employers plan to increase hiring by 10 percent
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