The Hays Global Skills Index (GSI) is an annual assessment of the trends impacting skilled labor markets and examines the dynamics at play across 33 countries, determining how easy or difficult it is for organizations to find the skilled professionals they need. Each country is given an Index score based on seven key indicators.
How does the US score?
Learn how the US scores on each indicator including the three key drivers, key skills in demand and our US Managing Director's view from the ground, when you get your copy of the report today.
The United States’ continued recovery from the global recession has had a mixed impact on the labour market overall. In recent years, the US employment rate has decreased, leaving a smaller pool of available workers. However, wage growth in the current recovery has been relatively slow, which suggests that employers are not yet feeling overly constrained by the inability to find employees.