[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]With the arrival of the New Year and all of the holiday parties behind us, U.S. job searches are going to be on the rise. The unemployment rate in America is at a 17-year low (only 4.1%) and the percentage of people quitting their jobs for a career change is at a post-recession high. Monster job search data shows that in previous years, searches for U.S. jobs jumped 70% during the first week of January from any other average day of the year. If moving to a new country for a career change is something you are thinking about, consider USAFIS for help in the entire process.
An even greater upswing in U.S. job changes looks promising in 2018. Close to 40% of working Americans are on the hunt for a new job, shown in a new report by Glassdoor, a job-hunting site. This statistic is higher than previous years. With more than 2,000 already employed adults surveyed, 50% said they would consider changing jobs within the next year. USAFIS is a privately owned company that will help you through the entire U.S. immigration process so you can begin to work and live in America.
Trends analyst Scott Dobroski said, “It’s a positive economic climate and there’s new job growth so we know that more people will be searching for a job this year.” Those most eager to make a move are millennials. Glassdoor said of those ages 18 to 34, 56% are either currently looking for a new place of employment or plan to do so this year. Higher-paying positions, better career opportunities, and a culture that fits their desires are the main reasons for the job transitions. If you are seriously considering not only a job change, but relocating to a new country, USAFIS will assist you in the process. Contact them today.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][info_list font_size_icon=”24″][info_list_item list_title=”This article in a nutshell:” list_icon=”Defaults-wrench”]Top facts:
- Unemployment in America is only 4.1%.
- This is a 17 year low of unemployment.
- Searches for U.S. jobs jumped 70% during the first week of January.
- Close to 40% of working Americans are looking for a new job.