Whether you’re looking to expand your human resources department or you’ve got the itch for a new job opportunity yourself, 2016 is forecast to be your year.CareerBuilder and Economic Modeling Specialists Intl. (EMSI) have released their annual compilation of the most in-demand jobs for the new year, based on supply and demand, growth, and salary data—and HR manager made the top 20.E MSI is a CareerBuilder company that provides employment data and economic analysis. The list is compiled from EMSI’s labor market database, which pulls from over 90 national and state employment resources. CareerBuilder and EMSI looked at the average number of people hired per month in more than 700 occupations from January to September 2015 and compared that to the number of job postings for each occupation, aggregated from online job boards for the same period. Occupations in which the number of job advertisements that companies posted each month outpaced the number of people they actually hired made the list. The list included other data points, such as healthy job growth and higher salaries, as additional evidence that these positions may be in demand next year.
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