2015 was a challenging year for hiring managers. Regardless of industry and geography, companies struggled to find and keep top talent. Unfortunately, 2016 is predicted to be tougher. According to new data from Career Cast the 10 most difficult jobs to fill in 2016 represent a diversity of industries, levels and functions.
- Data scientists
- Electrical engineers
- General and operations managers
- Home health aide workers
- Information security analysts
- Marketing managers
- Medical services managers
- Physical therapists
- Registered nurses
- Software engineers
Attracting and retaining talent will be the number one human capital challenge of 2016. It will force executives and HR leaders to reassess their needs and priorities and to work together to accomplish key talent objectives. To achieve your recruitment and retention goals for 2016 and beyond, follow these three strategies.
Amy Hirsh Robinson, Principal, Interchange Group
Workforce Strategies for the New Economy