ASA Workforce Monitor Summary and Infographics
People of color are more likely to say child care duties have been a career obstacle during Covid-19. Seven in 10 Black/African-American parents (70%) and 62% of Hispanic/Latino parents believe their opportunities for career advancement were negatively affected by their child care and virtual schooling duties during Covid-19, compared with 51% of White/Caucasian parents.
Perspectives on masks and vaccines at work.
Pandemic Child Care Challenge
Parents say Covid-19 child care duties hurt careers.
Employers hit the mark with Covid-19 response, say employees.
Folks share their top financial concerns amid pandemic.
Concerns amid pandemic differ by demographics.
Barriers and Trust Explored.
Recruitment, Retention, and Relocation
Few Adults on the Job Hunt
Lack of Experience Biggest Barrier
Personal Contacts Lead to Job Offers
Training Can Improve Business Efficiencies, Minimize Losses
Election and Job Creation
Americans Optimistic About Job Creation
'Gig Economy' Is Jargon to Most Americans
Automation, Robots, and AI
Americans Split on Impact of Automation in the Workplace
The Skills Gap
What Americans Are Saying About the Skills Gap
Skills Gap: Who's to Blame?
Schools, Employers, Governments—Individuals Too
Job Search Methods and Preferences
Americans say job search process too impersonal
Americans view apprenticeships favorably
Apprenticeships vs. College
Apprenticeships stack up well against college
Elections and Employment
Americans positive about employment after midterms
Lack of relevant skills one reason adults can't find work
Workers open to new opportunities, but worry about finding the right one
Talent Identify Companies' Top Recruiting Mistakes