Increase in Occupations Taking Advantage of Human Traits Reported on EmploymentCrossing

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EmploymentCrossing reports a rise in jobs for occupations requiring skills complementing software applications. EmploymentCrossing Premier can speed up the job search process for those serious about their careers.

Through the EmploymentCrossing Premier program, select job seekers get personalized services previously unavailable to EmploymentCrossing members.

The March 21 article, “Future economy: Many will lose jobs to computers,” published on USA Today affirms that employment in occupations that take advantage of human traits like manual dexterity, creativity and emotional intelligence, or the ability to improve the lives of other humans directly will persist in the future. This finding is rooted in the 2013 paper – “The Future of Employment: How Susceptible are Jobs to Computerisation?” by Carl Benedikt Frey and Michael Osborne. The latest job search on EmploymentCrossing supports this finding. While the site shows that there are more than 2,590,300 openings in the country, a categorical search shows that there are more than 25,520 physical therapy jobs, about 171,420 hospitality jobs, nearly 20,240 design jobs, more than 7,270 advertising jobs, over 233,280 nursing jobs, about 83,640 education jobs and 527,199 healthcare jobs awaiting the right talent.

According to the latest ADP report, firms with 1-49 workers employed 59,000 more workers, medium-sized businesses staffed with 50-499 workers added 35,000 employees and large firms with 500 or more employees hired 44,000 additional workers. “This shows that the job market improved despite the harsh winter weather. And, it is foreseen that this trend will continue steadily and pick up pace over the next few months,” says Chief Executive Officer of EmploymentCrossing Harrison Barnes. Further, after conducting a market study, Barnes reports that seven of the ten states in America that will experience the fastest job growth will be in the West.

EmploymentCrossing, the brain child of Barnes, makes the job search an effortless process for professionals finding it tough to locate good jobs in the U.S. Job seekers simply have to sign up as members on the website and view employment opportunities collected from over 4,134,900 online sources. All of these can be viewed for free for a trial period of 72 hours. After this, job seekers can continue viewing active openings on the website by paying a membership fee of $49.95 per month.

In addition, EmploymentCrossing offers yet another program that provides unique services to job seekers. Through the EmploymentCrossing Premier program, select job seekers get personalized services previously unavailable to EmploymentCrossing members. Moreover, many unadvertised jobs open up to them first before they are made public.

Every member of this elite program is assigned a career coach who creates a customized and detailed game plan for the career of his/her client. Career coaches walk members through a step by step process that leads them directly to their next jobs. This gives the program members a distinct advantage over the competition in the market for just $2,495 for six months. To learn more, visit:

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The EmploymentCrossing Premier Service revolutionizes the job search experience for ambitious professionals with a drive to excel in their careers. The elite members of EmploymentCrossing Premier enjoy an unprecedented opportunity to benefit from all of the resources the EmploymentCrossing group of companies offer. To explore further details, please visit:

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