Is the slow down in the economy coming?
U.S. job seekers are taking longer to land a position as employers cut back on expansion plans because of concerns over the health of the economy, a survey found on Tuesday.
The typical job search took 3.6 months in the second quarter, nearly a month longer than in the first three months of the year, outplacement firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas reported. Searches also took longer than a year ago, when the typical job hunt lasted 3.1 months.
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