Every job market is unique and in order to gain the most out of your job search, working alongside a specialised recruiter can be your ticket to success. Just as you may use a mechanic to help you with your car or a plumber to help stop your leaking tap, an expert recruiter can help…Continue
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The job market made a significant push in April. The average daily number of posted job openings grew 7.1%, a rate last seen in April 2010. The job market made up for the slow growth in March when employers barely increased their labor demand. Nevertheless, the current need for more labor has not yet reached last years peak. We will learn over the next 30 days whether employers remain optimistic and continue to post more openings. In order to exceed last years peak the current job…Continue
Online labor demand in March increased just 0.8% compared to February. Nevertheless, there was much movement in the market (see weekly chart below). Year-over-year online labor demand dropped 4.4%.
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This weeks post is a little different, in two ways.
Firstly, it is in fact a Vlog, rather than a blog, and I encourage you to watch the video, focusing more on the content than the plain visage of your faithful blogger!
Secondly instead of a recruitment tip, I am focusing today on the global job market. Is it improving?
I travel a lot. Japan, Singapore, Malaysia and the UK just…Continue
Added by Greg Savage on July 27, 2011 at 9:58pm — No Comments
I last wrote on unemployment in a March post, so when the latest numbers came out last Friday, I realized that it was time to address the topic again (and to once again forego writing about staffing software!).
The numbers, which reflect the U.S. job market in April, are rather confusing…Continue
Added by Stephanie Bressan on February 11, 2011 at 11:00pm — No Comments
Here is our weekly feature in which we share the top articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing. This week we’ll be talking about how to prepare for an interview, features vs. benefits, annual labor market survey, the rise of mobile social networking and 20 interesting Social Media facts.
Here are the articles our that interested us this week (in no particular order), enjoy!:
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Job.com “Pulse of the Job Market” Quidget® Poll Results:
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Sitting directly across from you at the offer table is your anxious candidate awaiting the release of your proposed salary. You have prepared your offer based upon the salary scale provided by your
company. Also, you have combined several factors regarding this
candidate including; salary history, education, experience and what they
can bring to the opened position.
The candidate has done their research by utilizing free online…
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The National Bureau of Economic Research reported this week what we’ve all heard – that the recession which began in December 2007 “officially” ended in June, 2009. The 18 month duration made this the longest downturn since the “Great” Depression. Are you having fun yet? The economy is expected to continue to grow, although many economists are predicting only 1% growth next year. In June, 2009, if you…Continue
Job seekers hear about the hidden job market and often wonder how much is myth vs. reality. Here is a guide on what is real, and what you can do to tap into these opportunities.…Continue
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Most (okay, some - those over 30 for sure) will know how to complete this movie cliche: "you had me at..."
I think Amazon had me at: "Amazon is building brand new recruiting tools and services from the ground up..." Which makes me kind of a geek. I'm good with that. I'm also very happy to see lines like that in job
postings. We're going to need many more…
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