All the data led to an overall Net Employment Outlook of 17 percent, which is four percent higher than the outlook for 2014’s 1st quarter. The data mentioned beforehand did not necessarily put premium on older, more experienced employees over younger ones. Opportunities include positions in durable/non-durable goods manufacturing, wholesale & retail trade, information, professional, education, and health services, along with leisure & hospitality and government.
With this positive outlook for Tulsa’s job market, great jobs in Tulsa wouldn’t be hard to come by for months to come. “Employers expect slightly improved employment prospects compared with one year ago, when the Net Employment Outlook was 15 percent,” said Manpower spokesperson Kelly Beyer.