American Perceptions of How the Trump Presidency Will Affect the US Job Market

The Trump administration is in full swing and everyone is wondering how its policies will affect the future of the United States. For those who are currently seeking employment, the question is how will the Trump Presidency affect the US job market. Will American job seekers have a plethora of jobs to choose from, and will companies be optimistic about hiring local labor.  The latest Pew Research Center poll isn’t looking favorably on the administration. Donald Trump’s approval ratings are 10-15 points lower than President Obama’s when he exited office. Their survey found that only 33% of women and 28% of Millennials approve of the job the Trump administration has done so far. The numbers are in, but since the survey didn’t touch upon public opinion on the state of the US job market, and how Americans feel the Trump Presidency would affect it, the team at Opportunity decided to poll American job seekers to get more insights on the subject.

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Desired Salary Expectations Of U.S. Job Seekers Outpace Companies Willingness To Offer

Heading into 2017, Opportunity looks inward to examine the trends surrounding job seeker salary expectations versus the reality of what hiring managers are willing to offer.

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Business Networking Demographics At A Glance

As we continue to dig deeper into the data surrounding our 1M+ users worldwide, Opportunity examines our networker population to understand their preferences worldwide.

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The Top 25 Countries With The Most Connected Workforce

Opportunity examined the professional networks of over 25,000 people worldwide to determine which countries have the most connected workforce.

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The State of Salary Trends In The United States Heading Into 2017

Opportunity takes a geographical look at the salary discrepancies between job seekers and hiring managers across state lines.

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Q4 2016 Regional U.S. Employment Trends: Supply vs. Demand

Employment Trends: Top 10 Global Workforce Skills 2016 vs. 2017