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Executive Job Outlook

In this interview, we talked to Cathy Logue, from Stanton Chase about the results of the 2016 BlueSteps Executive Job Outlook report and her advice for candidates. Download the full report here.

In this interview, we talked to Donna Padilla, from Witt/Kieffer about the results of the 2016 BlueSteps Executive Job Outlook report and her advice for candidates. Download the full report here.
 

Many executives expect the number of executive jobs to increase in 2016. Is now the time to make a move?

In this interview, we talked to Stafford Bagot, from Heidrick & Struggles, about the results of the 2016 BlueSteps Executive Job Outlook report and his advice for candidates. Download the full report here.
 

Many executives expect the number of executive jobs to increase in 2016. Is now the time to make a move?

In this interview, we talked to Pascal Bohu, from Sirca Executive Search, about the results of the 2016 BlueSteps Executive Job Outlook report and his advice for candidates. Download the full report here.
 

Many executives expect the number of executive jobs to increase in 2016. Is now the time to make a move?

In this interview, we talked to Jan Bouwer, from Search Partners International/AltoPartners, about the results of the 2016 BlueSteps Executive Job Outlook report and his advice for candidates. Download the full report here.
 

Many executives expect the number of executive jobs to increase in 2016. Is now the time to make a move?

In this interview, we talked to Steven B. McKinney, from McKinney Consulting Inc., about the results of the 2016 BlueSteps Executive Job Outlook report and his advice for candidates. Download the full report here.
 

Many executives expect the number of executive jobs to increase in 2016. Is now the time to make a move?

In this interview, we talked to Adriana Prates, from Dasein Executive Search, about the results of the 2016 BlueSteps Executive Job Outlook report and her advice for candidates. Download the full report here.
 

What global economic trends do you see having the most impact on executive jobs in the coming year?

In this interview, we talked to Lucie Shaw, from Amrop UK, about the results of the 2016 BlueSteps Executive Job Outlook report and her advice for candidates. Download the full report here.
 

Many executives expect the number of executive jobs to increase in 2016. Is now the time to make a move?

In this interview, we talked to Mike Morrow, from TRANSEARCH USA, about the results of the 2016 BlueSteps Executive Job Outlook report and his advice for candidates. Download the full report here.


Many executives expect the number of executive jobs to increase in 2016. Is now the time to make a move?

Now is a great time to consider a move. We are seeing robust search activity through the first month and a half of 2016.

You’d need to have spent six months living on the moon to have avoided hearing talk of China’s economic slowdown. China’s new normal has been providing headlines for much of 2015. While China’s growth rate is still good by global standards, it’s nonetheless a big drop in the context of an economy as big and powerful as China. Let’s take a look at the possible impacts of China’s slowdown on executive jobs. No doubt China’s new normal will have an impact on executive employment, but the effects will be uneven and will impact expatriate executives, returning Chinese, and local executives differently.