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Jobs: Mid-Size U.S. Employers OVERVIEW

     Some of the business sectors that were hardest hit had stabilized in 2013-15.
     For example, automobile sales are significantly higher than they were during the recent recession, banks are more stable and the home building business was enjoying good sales throughout 2015.
     However, as 2016 began, the global economy was dealing with a very difficult financial and business environment in Europe, a slowdown in global trade and slowing economies in important emerging nations such as Russia, Brazil and China.
     These problems will have an effect on employment in the U.S.
    over the next several months.
     On the positive side, during 2014 and 2015, stock markets had reached impressive highs, house values had bounced back in most American cities and consumers had shed considerable amounts of debt.
     These conditions bode well for business and employment growth at some point in the future.
     Meanwhile, job seekers who want good positions with good pay must be extremely well prepared.
     A large part of the preparation requires that they do meaningful research into prospective employers and the industries in which they operate.
     The fact remains that there were 8 million Americans unemployed at the end of 2015, and several million more who considered themselves underemployed.
     Competition for job openings will remain fierce.
     Many companies receive hundreds or even thousands of resumes for every job opening.
     Simply sending in a resume and hoping for the best is not


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