This summer’s hiring expectations mark a continued improvement over the years immediately following the recession, according to CareerBuilder’s annual Summer Jobs Forecast. Nearly three in 10 employers (29%) report they plan to hire seasonal workers this summer. That’s up significantly from an average of 21% from 2008 to 2011.
Employers in leisure and hospitality (47%), manufacturing (34%), IT (34%) and retail (33%) are the most likely to hire seasonal help this summer.
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