Among the actions employers are expected to take in the new year are capturing new talent early, looking outside the country and considering rehires. (Image: Shutterstock)

While 44 percent of employers plan to add full-time, permanent employees in the new year and 51 percent are looking to hire temporary employees, they might face some challenges keeping jobs filled; 40 percent of workers also have a change in mind, intending to change jobs this year.

CareerBuilder’s annual forecast highlights these statistics and points out that not only might it take employers time to find employees to fill those positions, it might be a bit challenging just to keep existing jobs filled.

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