What the heck is the human resources market?
It is a market for human resources professionals, according to a report by investment firm Citi.
The firm estimates that human resources services accounts for more than $300 billion of the company’s annual revenue.
Citi’s analysts also forecast that the human resource market could grow $2.5 trillion in annual revenues by 2027.
The analyst firm expects this growth to be driven by higher demand for HR, higher salaries, and more employees.
The human resources industry has been struggling for years to stay relevant and competitive.
The human resources sector has been losing employees and revenue for the last two decades.
And in recent years, its earnings have been stagnant.
In a research note, Citi said it expects that the hiring of human resources employees will continue to be an important part of the human capital mix for the next few years, as companies continue to invest in technology and expand hiring.
It is important to note, however, that there are still many areas where hiring and retention of HR personnel is an area of concern.
This year’s report found that the average HR salary for full-time employees at companies with 50 employees or more increased by $4,922.
The average salary for part-time workers increased by only $1,903.
The HR sector’s future is also dependent on how the economy performs, according Citi analysts.
In a recent report, the company forecast that unemployment will continue its steep rise in the coming years and that it will remain above 6 percent in 2019.
That’s roughly the rate it has been at for the past 15 years.
The market has grown to be one of the most volatile asset classes, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) soaring over 2,000 points in the past 24 hours, according the research firm.
And while there are plenty of jobs available, many companies are reluctant to hire people for reasons including concerns about their ability to pay, according Toews.
It can be difficult for companies to hire new employees when the economy is struggling, Toews said.
“You can be hiring people and then they lose their job,” Toews added.
Citigroup, for its part, expects the stock market to continue to outperform the housing market in the next several years.
The company predicts that the market will see annual revenue growth of $7.2 trillion by 2026.
That will make the market one of America’s biggest asset classes.