Apartment Jobs Snapshot Q2 2022

September 19, 2022 | 1 minute read
The apartment job market remained strong in the second quarter of 2022, because of the robust U.S labor market fueling apartment demand. In this edition of NAAEI’s Apartment Jobs Snapshot, employers posted more than 41,600 openings. Although the apartment market has begun to cool, job growth in the apartment industry is expected to outperform competing sectors by the end of 2022. Dallas, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Seattle and Denver were the top-ranking markets for apartment job demand. Leasing and maintenance postings increased compared to last year. In contrast, property management job postings fell by 1.1 percentage points.

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Thank a Teammate Tuesday

Thank a Teammate Tuesday: July 19 Take a photo of your mentor or an awesome teammate. Then submit it with a caption about the impact they have had on your community.

Rental housing professionals, especially onsite team members, have been committing themselves to performing the vital work necessary to keep the community together and moving forward during these challenging times. The rental housing industry is taking time to celebrate our vital, onsite teams throughout the country for their dedication to keeping residents in our communities well served and safely housed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Apartment Onsite Teams Day Toolkit

Rental housing professionals, especially onsite team members, have been committing themselves to performing the vital work necessary to keep the community together and moving forward during these challenging times. The rental housing industry is taking time to celebrate our vital, onsite teams throughout the country for their dedication to keeping residents in our communities well served and safely housed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

To thank our onsite property teams, we are designating Wednesday, July 20 as Apartment Onsite Teams Day. The celebration will take place during RPM Careers Week, where we’ll be celebrating careers in residential property management.

Apartment Onsite Teams Day Toolkit

Here are ways to show your appreciation and spread the word about Apartment Onsite Teams Day.

Regardless of how you choose to celebrate our onsite team members, share your celebration with us on social media using the official hashtag: #APTeamsDay.

4 Reasons We HATE Job Searching (and How to Overcome Them)

Why do we hate job searching so much? Why is job searching so hard?

“What do you mean, ‘why’? Job searching sucks! Everyone knows that!”

Well, yes it does. But it’s one thing to know that you hate job searching; it’s quite another to interrogate why you hate job searching.

That’s what we’ll try to unpack today.

Undoubtedly, the reasons why job searching sucks are innumerable. But, in this article, we’ve tried to pin down 4 core reasons why the job search process is so difficult for so many of us.

Like all content on Beyond the Professoriate, this post is directed chiefly towards graduate students, recent PhDs, and academics of all stripes.

However, if you’ve ever felt defeated, frustrated, or enraged by the job search process, we hope this article will provide some modicum of solace no matter what industry you’re in.