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Posted 4 years 4 months ago

Original Article: http://www.kiplinger.com/slideshow/business/T012-S001-jobs-you-won-t-bel...

"We spoke with recruiting executives and industry hiring managers to identify lesser-known jobs emerging within broader fields. Workers who fill such atypical roles are 'agile learners who take something new and quickly get good at it,' says John Challenger, CEO of the outplacement company Challenger, Gray & Christmas."

Posted 4 years 5 months ago

Original Article: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-08-18/why-6-million-american...

"The final third are the 6 million this story focuses on—many of them people, like Tait, who are working part time because they don’t want to commit to one job or employer. No one knows if the trend will endure or will become more widespread. But if more and more Americans choose this career path, companies will have to adapt, says John Challenger, who runs Challenger, Gray... more

Posted 4 years 5 months ago

Watch: http://chicagotonight.wttw.com/2015/08/25/performance-review-amazons-pec...


CEO John Challenger discusses peer-reviewed and data driven performance... more
Posted 4 years 5 months ago

Original Article: http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20150822/ISSUE01/308229999/help-s...

"John Challenger, CEO of Chicago-based outplacement firm Challenger Gray & Christmas, says there are situations where it's worth pursuing an online MBA quietly, especially if it might cut into work time. However, he ultimately comes down on the side of telling your boss. 'That shows them your ambition,' he says."

Posted 4 years 5 months ago

Original Article: http://www.chicagotribune.com/bluesky/series/mba/ct-mba-costs-bsi-201508...

"John Challenger, CEO of executive-placement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, said MBAs work better for people earlier in their careers and that they don’t necessarily translate to higher pay. Performance matters most, he said.

'For some companies, an MBA says something about you, that you’re able to have the tenacity, the stick-to-itiveness, the smarts to go get that MBA,'... more

Posted 4 years 6 months ago

Original article: http://www.cnbc.com/2015/07/22/oil-and-gas-jobs-pay-is-still-big-but-not...

"And keeping pay and bonus percentages constant has been made possible only through cost-saving layoffs. U.S.-based energy firms announced 60,500 job cuts in the first six months of 2015, compared with fewer than 4,000 in the same period last year, according to job placement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas."

Posted 4 years 7 months ago

Original Article: http://www.wsj.com/articles/fear-of-losing-out-drives-deal-boom-1435361072

"Through May of this year, there have been about 8,800 announced merger-related job cuts, which translates to an annual pace of about 21,000, according to Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc., an outplacement-services and executive-coaching company. That is less than in the last takeover boom. In 2006, for example, there were nearly 77,000 such cuts, according to the company’s data.

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Posted 4 years 7 months ago

Original Article: http://news.investors.com/economy/060815-756275-prime-age-employment-sti...

"'The question is, have people found ways to game the system?' said John Challenger, CEO of placement firm Challenger Gray & Christmas. 'Are they going on disability, are they in the underground economy, are they more willing to not be dual-income-earning couples?'"

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Posted 4 years 7 months ago

Original Article: http://www.cnbc.com/id/102664876

"'Banks are now under so much deeper, stronger regulation. So, they built up their risk and compliance staff over the past several years to comply with all the government rules and regulations to protect against downside risk,' Challenger added.

Demand for accountants, comptrollers and financial analysts would grow even more if there's another crisis, he said."

Posted 4 years 9 months ago

Original Article: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/prospects-improving-for-teens-looking-for-su...

"'It is not that young people have gotten progressively lazier. In fact, it is quite the opposite," said Challenger. 'They are spending more time on homework, extracurricular activities, and summer educational and personal development programs. All of these factors take away from time that used to be spent in a traditional job.'"

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