National Unemployment Rate vs. The CRE Rate
CRE-focused recruiter Carly Glova, resident and executive recruiter of Southern California-based firm Building Careers, said 2019 was the fi
Post COVID CRE Hiring: Good, Bad, or Ugly?
What will post COVID CRE hiring look like in the months ahead, as we rebuild and move on? Are we getting back to business as usual? Is it a
Companies are HIRING!
Companies are HIRING and June is off to a great start here at Building Careers! #hired #CREcareers
What Commercial Real Estate Listings Platform is Best for You?
With so many different Commercial Real Estate (CRE) listing platforms on the market, it’s difficult to decipher which are right for you....
Diversity vs. Inclusion: There’s a Difference!
CRE Insight Journal does a great job explaining the difference between diversity and inclusion. They invite Patti Digh, founder of the Schoo
2020 CRE Outlook and What It Means for Hiring
With a new decade upon us, many are concerned about the 2020 CRE outlook and how the new year will play out for hiring. Building Careers has
What Commercial Real Estate Trends to Watch in 2020
The United States is currently experiencing its longest expansion in history, leading many in the real estate industry believe we’ll...
2020 U.S. Real Estate Market Outlook
2020 could be a pivotal year for the U.S. commercial real estate industry, with geopolitical, economic and local regulatory issues in...
Hiring projections for 2020?
Hiring projections for 2020? Overwhelmingly, studies predict 2020 hiring will remain relatively unchanged year over year. Looking back on...
Surprising Job Vacancy Costs You Can't Afford to Overlook
It may be tempting to leave a vacancy unfilled in order to save money, but there are hidden job vacancy costs that will hurt you in the long