Poll: What Are Your Job Market Predictions for 2015?

MOV_POLL-ICONWith 2014 coming to a close, it’s time to reflect on the year and look forward to a new one too. Last December, we asked Movin’ On Up readers what they predict the job market to look like in 2014, and 36% said they expected things to get worse, followed by 23% who felt the market was stable enough to try for a new job. Readers who were confident they’d get a job offer in 2014 made up 19% of respondents, while 13% planned to stay where they were in their career paths.

This year, as we look toward 2015, we want to know if your expectations have changed. Do you think the job market will grow, remain the same, or plummet? Do you feel the same way as our readers did last year, or did your year affect your outlook on 2015? Let us know by voting in our poll!

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2 Responses to “Poll: What Are Your Job Market Predictions for 2015?”

  1. Kevin Epley #

    The poll results disappoint me. I don’t agree with the nearly 55% who have a pessimistic outlook. I’ve been chronically, long-term underemployed for almost three years. However, I see a lot of great things happening in our national, and particularly our state and local business climate. A new political and government landscape is upon us at every level, unemployment is down; sure labor force non-participation may be up, but employment opportunities will encourage this to change, I see a move to lessen regulatory and compliance restrictions on businesses (particularly small business) and the “tax and spend” mentality has finally hit home for ALL parties of government. There are more, of course, but it’s a time for optimism and, soon, celebration as we will be moving back to the greatness of Capitalism.

    Just my humble opinion,
    Kevin

    December 3, 2014 at 11:39 am Reply

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