Skills required for the most in-demand roles continue to evolve rapidly. See which positions are the hardest to fill in the United States.
In the biggest workforce shift and reallocation of skills since World War II began, those skills most in demand during the early phase of the crisis are different than the most in-demand roles we are seeing today and in the future. While a third of U.S. companies are reporting difficulty finding the talent they need, employer hiring expectations are on the rise, fueling the strongest hiring pace in 21 years.
The all-new ManpowerGroup Talent Shortage Survey not only reveals the hardest-to-find skills in the country, but also explores the most in demand soft skills employers look for, as well as the steps companies can take in order to make the next normal better for all.
The Employment Outlook Survey – conducted April 2021 – is the most comprehensive, forward-looking employment survey of its kind, used globally as a key economic indicator. The Net Employment Outlook is derived by taking the percentage of employers anticipating an increase in hiring activity and subtracting from this the percentage of employers expecting a decrease in hiring activity.
Talent Shortage – undertaken in January 2021 – is a survey of 42,000 global employers. It identifies the proportion of employers who report difficulty filling positions in their organization. It reports on which jobs employers say are most difficult to fill, and identified candidate shortcomings that are preventing employers from filling positions.