With Millennials now representing the largest generational segment of the U.S. labor force and Generation Z poised to enter the labor market, the question of how traditional industries can attract these younger workers has become increasingly critical. From misperceptions of what these generations expect in a career to missteps in adjusting their internal structures and…

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The U.S. workforce experienced historic gains in 2018 as more than two million jobs were added, and wage increases began to accelerate, according to the monthly ADP National Employment Report® and quarterly Workforce Vitality Report. The unemployment rate stood at 3.7 percent in November, a near 50-year low, which made it difficult for companies to bring in both…

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The first month of 2019 picked up where 2018 left off in terms of job growth in the U.S., with the number of nonfarm payroll jobs added by American businesses surpassing the strong figure seen last December: Per data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ latest Employment Situation Summary, U.S. organizations brought on 304,000 new…

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