NEW YORK CITY—The workload and output at real estate firms increased in 2015, but most industry professionals don’t anticipate a commensurate increase in hiring this year. “In 2016, help is not on the way,” according to locally based SelectLeaders, which powers the Career Center and which has just issued its 2016 Real Estate Hiring Trends Survey.

Conducted among industry members ranging from job candidates to managers and HR executives, SelectLeaders’ survey found that 67% of respondents believe the “pace of business” and their associated amount of work and output rose last year. Similarly, 75% predict that the pace of hiring will either remain the same or decrease this year.

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