The U.S. labor market has continued to add jobs this year, and in recent months the unemployment rate has fallen to levels not seen since 2008. And yet, there is plenty of evidence that hiring could be even stronger: Job openings in our country’s labor force remain at near-record levels, and many HR professionals have cited challenges with finding qualified applicants for their vacancies.This ongoing recruiting difficulty was just one trend highlighted in research produced by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) in 2015. Though some HR professionals struggled with staffing, others were confident about the labor market’s health overall, as well as their own job prospects in the human resources sector. What follows is a summary of HR professionals’ responses to a variety of surveys conducted by SHRM in 2015.
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