CareerBuilder In the News

Matthew Tarpey

Last updated on 3/22/18

In case you missed it, here are some of the latest news stories featuring CareerBuilder products, research and experts:

1. Manufacturing in America
CareerBuilder CEO Matt Ferguson appeared on CNBC’s Power Lunch and spoke about how automation and technology are having a big impact on manufacturing.

2. States that Haven’t Recovered From the Recession
Ferguson was also interviewed for a story on CNBC about a recent CareerBuilder study, looking at which states have and have not recovered since the recession. The study was also covered by Marketwatch, CBS National Radio, ABC Radio and 24/7 Wall Street.

3. Automating HR
CareerBuilder’s chief human resources officer Rosemary Haefner was interviewed by Talent Economy for a story on the efficiencies automation brings to human resources and how it has changed the recruiting landscape.

4. How Artificial Intelligence is Helping Job Seekers
Fast Company featured CareerBuilder data in a piece that looked at how AI is now being used to help people improve their social images before they start the job search process.

5. Learning from Millennials
Millennials are more likely than Gen Xers or Baby Boomers to have asked for a raise in the past two years, and nearly 80 percent of those who asked got one, according to a recent article on NBC News featuring CareerBuilder data.

6. Workplace Distractions
USA Today linked to CareerBuilder data for a story on what distracts employees at work.
Similarly, Inc. used CareerBuilder data in a recent article to highlight how smartphones are a distraction and hurt productivity.

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