I was tapped by a dear friend and industry colleague of mine, Robin Ryan, to help contribute some resources to her wonderful, all-encompassing toolkit, I jumped at the opportunity. We discussed Predictions For 2023 From The Career Experts!
Will 2023 be the year you advance your career? Do you know the changes and new trends that will impact your career? If you’re looking for answers, these career experts have outlined some insightful revelations that you need to know about to effectively manage your career in 2023.
First, as an overview, here are the trends and employment changes I see and how they will impact you.
The red-hot job market will continue as employers scramble to find and hire top talent.
The No. 1 issue for employers in 2023 is going to be retention!
Layoffs will continue, especially in tech, but keep in mind as a few are sent home, most people in the industry will keep their jobs, and tech companies will still be hiring in 2023.
A new push by employers is going to center around upskilling to advance the skills of their employees and meet the employer’s current and future needs. Individuals will also see that lifelong learning is a key to their success. You can find great options for certificate and top-notch educational programs at Coursera and at Section4.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) will begin to play a more significant role in the hiring process and particularly in screening resumes. Amazon has been making big strides in perfecting this technology. Recently, Amazon laid off recruiters, and the company is supposedly replacing them with AI software. Where Amazon leads, others will follow.
My input on Remote Work:
Matthew Warzel, President, MJW Careers: While some remote workers may settle for a hybrid setup as a compromise, some will most likely quit if forced back into the office. Some of these professionals even left larger cities in a mass exodus, such as the Bay area, to maintain a remote-based salary that’s relatively high while working in a more affordable location. And the worst-case scenario is that some remote workers will have to bite the bullet and return to the office. Many variables are outside of the geographical location in play, including the role, level, company, and industry.
Check the link below to read the article on Forbes.
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