The coronavirus pandemic caused a decline in the staffing and human resources industry in 2020. Business closures and stay-at-home orders triggered a drop in corporate profit and staffing cuts. The research group IBISWorld predicted an annual 2.2 percent drop in revenue for employment and recruiting agencies in the U.S. from 2015 through 2020. The outlook is brighter for the coming years, though. The rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine in 2021 will bolster the economy as businesses reopen and the employment rate increases. As the pandemic becomes contained, social distancing requirements will ease and companies will gain confidence in hiring employees for permanent positions. According to an article in MarketWatch, the human resources consulting services market is expected to have considerable growth through 2026.
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- Career and Employment Counselors
- Career and Employment Technicians
- Directors of Volunteers
- Employment Firm Workers
- Executive Recruiters
- Human Resources Consultants
- Human Resources Managers
- Management Analysts and Consultants
- Military Recruiters
- Office Administrators
- Personnel and Labor Relations Specialists
- Temporary Workers
- Workplace Diversity Experts