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-- when firms were actually estimating anywhere from 90000 to 125000.
So where aren't easy least of jobs joining us now is Brett good -- Mr.
President actor Robert Half International that's the world's largest specialized staffing firm.
Thank you you say you see executives optimistic about their business is so when does that translate into new jobs.
That seems to be the big question in that we're looking at these surveys we've conducted professional employment surveys of executive -- Of their business confidence and we're seeing that 92%.
Of the business executives are confident that about the prospects of their organization.
But that needs to translate to though is.
One is market demand such that they need to add staff and its interest -- when you -- -- -- these BLS numbers.
Ever presented today you're really seen a story.
-- have two different camps.
Of employment you're looking at the professional sector.
-- -- -- -- Software developers web designers and you've got unemployment rates between 3.5 to four point 8%.
And then you've got another camp whose unemployment rates are much much higher that are skewing the entirety of the numbers.
What's interesting threat is productivity numbers remain high they've been high through this.
Whole downturn so it begs the question our workers who are fortunate have a job on one hand also kind of being overworked and facing a burn out and then does the company went -- the company recognized that bringing reinforcements to keep those counted current workers.
You know from -- -- some -- that they can even do that I mean it's it's kind of.
Interesting sort of something.
Absolutely and its interest in some of the surveys again that are coming out whether it's our own or others are indicating between forty to 51% -- currently employed professionals.
As the market continues to improve.
Are either actively or passively considering.
New career opportunities.
That is a very significant number -- organizations to reconcile.
So part and parcel with that we're seeing something that we call churn in the marketplace.
Where executives that a year ago because of the economy were not willing to leave in open position.
Are now taking risks moving to new opportunities thereby creating.
And opening or an opportunity at the organization that they've laughed and we're seeing that movement begin to take place I hope that's an early indicator of what we can expect in the future.
What industries have candidate shortages.
-- it is not as much of industries -- -- health care certainly hot right now.
Their software ERP developers but it's really within functional roles in its -- that broad based industries need to utilize.
Accountants ERP systems business systems analysts financial analyst.
What designers web developers -- seem to be functional roles that are in demand right now across -- industries.
And quickly -- the pool of potential retirees match up with the modifications need for these jobs you're describing.
I -- their -- actually is -- and its interest in and one of the reports that we put out hiring managers were indicating it's more challenging now defined no skill sets.
And interest in finding.
All right Bret -- good thanks -- of time.
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