By: Jay Mittelman
You know the generation of Baby Boomers is huge, but are you aware that their legacy will be a shortage of qualified job applicants?
People born from 1946 to 1964 had only half the number of kids as their parents. The result is a crunch for young workers, particularly in big cities and among skilled workers such as nurses and teachers.
If your company is finding it difficult to locate qualified new employees, you may be limiting yourself. Don’t just look at young college grads. There’s a wealth of other potential staff members out there if you know where to look.
Step up your recruiting efforts among the following groups:
The Formula: Look around you. There are opportunities everywhere for finding people to fill entry-level jobs.