Finding ‘Hot Pockets’ in Today’s Job Market

While the general unemployment rate may remains relatively high, for professionals and those with a college degree, the unemployment rate is closer to three percent. Employers have increased demand for qualified candidates in certain sectors, including Financial Services, Human Resources, IT and some entry-level positions.

PSG’s President Aaron Green recently shared his thoughts with about what makes some industries and jobs ‘hot.’

Read the full article here.

Where the Jobs Are – and How to Find a New Job in Healthcare, Finance, Customer Service and Tech

PSG President Aaron Green spoke to the Boston Globe for its annual “Where the Jobs Are” special magazine feature. Aaron was one of several local jobs experts offering advice on where to look and how to land a new job. Read the article here


PSG’s Aaron Green Talks to NECN about Massachusetts Hiring Forecast

PSG President Aaron Green was a guest on last night’s NECN Business show. Aaron was invited to be interviewed about the release of PSG’s most recent Quarterly Human Resources Survey. He spoke about the Massachusetts employment environment with NECN Business anchor John Daly and highlighted an increase in hiring and recruiting locally. PSG’s quarterly human resources survey details Massachusetts employment trends based on client survey results. In the survey PSG asks clients for their responses to questions about hiring and staffing, salary and compensation, concern over retention and recruiting talent and budgets for HR spending.

To request a copy of PSG’s survey results please contact your PSG representative or call us (at 617-250-1000) or email

PSG’s Aaron Green Talks about IT Jobs with the Boston Business Journal

Technology jobs, particularly at software companies, are increasing in Massachusetts and demand for talent in this area is growing.  This week’s Boston Business Journal article, Information Technology a Bright Spot for Local Economy, explains more.