Quarterly Reports

Start-Up Activity Rising, But Slowly

5.5% OF JOB SEEKERS STARTED A BUSINESS IN FIRST HALF OF 2014

An improving economy should lower the barriers to starting a business. However, it also means that more companies are hiring. Faced with the choice between entrepreneurship and traditional employment, a new survey indicates that less than 6.0 percent of out-of-work managers and executives were willing to give self-employment a shot in the first half of 2014.

Q2 2013 Relocation Report: More Job Seekers Relocating For Work

The percentage of unemployed managers and executives relocating for new jobs in the first half of 2013 climbed to its highest level since the beginning of the recession, according to new data released Wednesday by global outplacement and coaching consultancy Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc. The rising relocation rate is further evidence of an improving housing market and regional employment gains.

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