There may be some good news on the jobs front, which could give the housing market
a boost.Â Some employers
plan to add new jobs in 2012, but many are waiting to see how the enconomy fares before ramping up their hiring plans, according to CareerBuilderâ€™s annual job forecast.Â Nearly onin four empoloyers (23%) say they plan to hire full-time, permanent workers in 2012, unchanged from a year ago.Â Nearly six out of 10 (59%) expect no change i their staffing, while 7% say they plan to cut staff.
Compensation is also expected to increase in 2012 for both current staff and prospective employees.Â Some 62% of employers plan to increase compensation for their existing employees, while 32% will offer higher starting salaries for new employees.Â Professionals in sales (24%), information technology (20%), engineering (14%), and business development (14%) are expected to get the biggest pay increases.
great info. from March/April 2012 Â CRS magazine