CHICAGO (AP) -- What will the job market look like in the new year?
There's a new prediction from CareerBuilder, which reports that employers are planning to add new jobs, but they're waiting to see what happens with the economy. The company's annual survey finds that nearly one-in-four managers plan to hire full-time, permanent employees in 2012, similar to 2011.
CareerBuilder says employment trends among small businesses are expected to show some improvement over last year.
The nationwide survey included responses from more than 3,000 hiring managers and human resource professionals.
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