The job hunting industry is heating up again, with some major companies reporting job openings.
The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) will host an event Tuesday in Washington, D.C., to announce the job openings for 2021, with the group predicting that “at least 10% of current vacancies will be filled.”
The Journal reports that the event is scheduled to take place at the National Press Club.
According to the paper, ACTA President Richard Trumka said, “Academia has been a magnet for career seekers, and we expect the next wave of talent to come from academia.”
According to a list of job openings posted by CareerBuilder.com, ACMA expects the job seekers of 2021 to be “the largest group in history.”
According the list, there are currently over 4,000 job openings at the institutions that ACTA describes as the top 10 percent of U..
S., with the University of Pennsylvania leading the pack with 6,814 positions available.
There are also nearly 1,000 jobs posted for academic positions at universities across the country, including Cornell University, Yale University, the University at Buffalo, University of Texas, the City University of New York and the University College London.
“Academic job seekers have the opportunity to earn a graduate degree in a wide variety of fields and to have their skills integrated with industry,” said ACTA president Trumkas.
“A diverse, inclusive workforce has long been critical to the success of our nation’s colleges and universities.
This is an opportunity for all Americans to advance their careers.”
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