2019 USA Job Market Archives - Global Mobility Solutions

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State Employment Differences Amplified by COVID-19

By | 2019 Best States Overall, 2019 Unemployment, 2019 USA Job Market, 2020 USA Job Market, Job Market, Job Seekers, State Employment Differences, Tri-State Regional Economy, Unemployment, United States, United States Economy, US Economy | No Comments

State Employment Differences Amplified by COVID-19 Across the U.S., state employment differences are often reflective of a variety of factors. Some of these factors are broad in scope, and others may be distinctly local. For example, components that may influence the growth or decline of…

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Administration Limiting Immigration Visas due to High U.S. Unemployment Levels

By | 2019 USA Job Market, 2020 USA Job Market, Border Restrictions, COVID-19, Global Relocation, Global Relocation Challenges, Global Relocation Tips, Global Relocation Trends, Immigration Application Fees, Immigration Rules, Job Market, Job Seekers, Limiting Immigration Visas, Relocation Challenges, Skills-Based Immigration Plan, Talent Mobility, United States Economy, US Economy, Visas and International Travel, Workforce Mobility | No Comments

Administration Limiting Immigration Visas due to High U.S. Unemployment Levels The Trump administration will be limiting immigration visas in order to protect U.S. workers suffering from job losses during the COVID-19 pandemic. The order also bars groups of foreign workers. Several types of visas fall…

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Inclusive Employment: Necessary for Talent Acquisition and Future Corporate Growth

By | Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives, Employee Development, Inclusive Employment, Inclusive Workforce, Job Market, Job Seekers, Labor Force, Low Unemployment, Talent Management, United States, United States Demographic Trends, United States Economy, US Economy, Working Age Population | No Comments

Inclusive Employment: Necessary for Talent Acquisition and Future Corporate Growth Employers in the US should review their talent acquisition programs to ensure they focus on inclusive employment. With the signing of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), the US economy is poised for higher growth and…

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How Does the Sharing Economy Impact the Relocation Industry?

By | 2019 Fastest Growing Industries, 2019 USA Job Market, Job Market, Job Seekers, Labor Force, Sharing Economy, United States Economy, US Economy | No Comments

How Does the Sharing Economy Impact the Relocation Industry? Many Global Mobility Solutions clients have transferees who are comfortable with the sharing economy. As a result, these transferees may have different expectations for the services they use during their relocation. The impact of the sharing…

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What are the 2019 Fastest Growing Industries in the US?

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What are the 2019 Fastest Growing Industries in the US? What are the 2019 fastest growing industries in the US? US economic growth continues its strong pace, with 3rd Quarter 2019 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) increasing by 1.9%. This follows the 2nd Quarter GDP growth…

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