The New Job Hunt [Inforgraphic]


Candidates now treat the job search like any other major purchase, by learning about companies and comparing them online.

The New Job Hunt 2012 [Infographic]
The New Job Hunt 2012 [Infographic]
Passive job seekers may be a thing of the past, with seven out of ten full-time workers searching for new opportunities. The ease of online access is making most employees open to changing jobs, with a slight advantage going to Millennials–people born after the mid-1980s.

A new infographic by CareerBuilder talks about “The New Job Hunt,” including generational differences and how job seekers (both active and passive) search for their next career move.

Spoiler Alert: online job searches are similar to other major purchases, by comparing companies, reading product reviews and other online consumer habits. 

Infographic after the jump… Continue reading “The New Job Hunt [Inforgraphic]”

Online Access Creates "Perpetual Job Seekers"


A Majority of Full-time Workers Regularly Search for New Job Opportunities; Half of Workers Say They Just Have a Job, Not a Career

Online Access Creates Perpetual Job SeekersFew will argue that social media has not a substantial impact on business, but one shift may not be visible to the casual observer.

Regular online access has now created a group of “perpetual job seekers.”

Increased use of social media platforms have begun to blur the line between unemployed “active” job seekers and employed “passive” candidates.

Continue reading “Online Access Creates "Perpetual Job Seekers"”

Online Access Creates “Perpetual Job Seekers”


A Majority of Full-time Workers Regularly Search for New Job Opportunities; Half of Workers Say They Just Have a Job, Not a Career

Online Access Creates Perpetual Job SeekersFew will argue that social media has not a substantial impact on business, but one shift may not be visible to the casual observer.

Regular online access has now created a group of “perpetual job seekers.”

Increased use of social media platforms have begun to blur the line between unemployed “active” job seekers and employed “passive” candidates.

Continue reading “Online Access Creates “Perpetual Job Seekers””