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Approximately half of global executive search consultants have a neutral outlook for the executive search business in 2013, according to an industry outlook report released last week by the Association of Executive Search Consultants. Another 29 percent have an optimistic view while 22 percent have a negative view.
The report is based on a survey of 186 executive search executives from around the globe.
“Our 2013 outlook report is understandably reflective of the general economic and political conditions prevailing in different parts of the globe," said AESC President Peter Felix. "In the United States, the largest market for executive search in the world, in spite of the political uncertainty of the past few months there is no doubt that the economy is on the mend and that organizations are again recognizing the crucial need of finding top talent in a market where there is still a talent shortage."