Careers Slideshow: Executive Job Creation Grows
By Ericka Chickowski | Posted 04-16-2010
The indicators for 2010 are stacking up for a much improved job situation for executive leaders, according to a new report by the professional networking and research group ExecuNet. In a recent survey of 184 executive recruiters conducted in March, ExecuNet found that companies are finally adding more executives to their ranks than cutting them. CIO Insight examines the highlights.
Executive Job Creation Grows
ExecuNet conducts this Executive Job Creation Index (EJCI) survey each month and determines a job-creation index based on the net expected gain of jobs created versus those lost. March was the third month in a row that ExecuNet showed a positive EJCI number, after more than 11 straight months of negative percentages. 2010 EJCI Figures January: 14.6% February: 10.1% March: 10.7% March EJCI Yearly Comparison March 2009: -30.6% March 2010: 10.7%