The Great Skills Divide
The current employment market is characterized as "the great skills divide." Those with specialized skill sets are in high demand and short supply, while the opposite rings true for the general workforce.
Specialization in the job market translates into lower unemployment — particularly in accounting and technology, where proficiency and experience in regulatory, compliance, mobile and big data are driving hiring.
Professionals focused on keeping their skills current in the most marketable areas often have multiple career opportunities. As a result, companies need to move quickly to recruit top talent and offer competitive salaries to get them on board.
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The Demand for Skilled Talent — Volume 7, Q4 2013:
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