CHICAGO, Oct. 21, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The 2016 real estate hiring forecast by Ferguson Partners Ltd. surfaced three hiring trends of note:
- As the U.S. continues to be the “safe place” in the world for global capital to invest, survey respondents are positive about 2016 prospects.
- In an effort to compensate for the “lost generation” of employees as well as to build their infrastructure, employers will be hiring primarily middle management and junior professionals.
- Asset management executives will be much more in demand in 2016, as firms attempt to drive value and cash flow in their portfolios.
Survey participants suggest industry fundamentals are good and will continue. However, many worry about a plethora of global issues causing the “Wall of Worry”. Nonetheless, having survived the “2008 depression”, survey participants aren’t as troubled by the global uncertainty ranging from China’s slowdown, to stock market volatility, depressed oil prices, Fed policy, presidential elections, and unrest in the Middle East, to name just a few!
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FPL is comprised of three primary operating companies that work together to serve a common client base. Ferguson Partners Ltd. provides executive and director recruitment, succession planning, and board assessment services, FPL Associates provides compensation consulting services, and FPL Consulting provides a range of organizational, financial and strategic consulting services. FPL is headquartered in Chicago, with offices in New York, London, Hong Kong, San Francisco, Singapore, Tokyo, and Toronto. www.fpladvisorygroup.com
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