Job Preparedness Indicator Survey, November 2016

The 2016 Job Preparedness Indicator survey continued to identify gaps between the skills and traits candidates have and the skills and traits employers seek to fill open positions. Gaps were measured by assessing skills that are most important but least common among entry-level, mid-level, and senior-level job candidates. This year’s research of nearly 500 US-based, senior-level hiring managers also explored how organizations are developing the necessary skills and competencies in their workforces, as well as their level of commitment to strategic talent development and management.

To view the press release and executive summary, please click on the links below.

Job Preparedness Indicator Press Release

Job Preparedness Indicator Executive Summary