modest rise in the Monster employment index in September reflects the typical pick up seen in overall recruitment activity during the outset of the fall hiring season," said Jesse Harriott, VP of research
. Next was "providing leaders with the skills they need to be successful," at 71%. "Recruiting and selecting talented employees" came in third at 69%.
"Top executives are beginning to realize the right
"April's rise in online recruitment activity was in line with seasonal expectations and suggests that the pace of slowdown in the U.S. labor market is moderating," said Jesse Harriott, senior VP and chief