The Healthcare Industry – 14.5 million jobs
Healthcare is a recession-resistant industry. It grows along with the population and, as the population grows, they age – all of which aid the industry in a booming hiring spree that doesn't seem like it’ll slow down anytime soon. The Food Industry – 10.1 million jobs
Bars and restaurants will always be around as long as people get hungry and thirsty. Now that the economy is starting to look up, people are spending money on eating out again, especially when they feel they’re receiving value for their money. The Retail Industry – 5.3 million jobs
Only certain types of retailers are at particularly high hiring levels. What do these types have in common? They’re the retailers that sell necessities, like grocery stores and tire shops, or the ones that sell discount items at places like pawn shops and bargain basements. Management Positions – 2 million jobs
Even though many companies have been forced to cut back on spending, people with management skills are still in high demand to ensure that day to day business runs smoothly.
What other industries do you see hiring trends in?