Recruitment Whitepaper: Hiring Tech & Trades Jobs in Uncertain Times

As the nature of work evolves, two sectors are experiencing ever-increasing difficulty finding skilled talent to fill their job openings: Tech and Trades. Digital advancements have created an extraordinary amount of high tech opportunities – in fact, more opportunities than there are workers. Decades spent pushing students away from vocational schools and towards four-year universities have dried up the skilled trades pipeline, even though there is still much work to be done. Read more

Why Nurses Become Nurses

The nursing profession may be one of the most difficult and varied in the medical field. National surveys have shown that nursing can be both a physically grueling and mentally stressful job that literally has life and death consequences no matter the level of licensure or area of care. Read more

How to Recruit Skilled Trades in a Labor Shortage

America’s skilled trades labor shortage has made headlines all year. Our workforce is aging, and trades employers are feeling the effects. 53% of skilled trades workers are over 45, 18.6% are aged 55-64, and only one new worker enters the trades for every five who retire. Read more