Posts Tagged ‘economy’

Infographic: You Are Here, But You’re On The Move

Plenty of applicant tracking systems (ATS) claim to get you from point A to point B, but they focus too heavily on features instead of function.  In the real world, features mean very little if they’re not usable.  Whether you’re a candidate, a recruiter, or a hiring manager, you need technology that lets you focus ...

The 2012 Jobvite Social Job Seeker Survey Results Are Out

Job seekers are out in full force — with an impressive majority actively looking or open to finding new employment.  Unfortunately, not all of them feel good about their odds.  And even more think 2012 has proven an increasingly difficult year to be on the job hunt.  In our third annual Social Job Seeker Survey, ...

Facebook IPO: What It Means for Recruiting

Facebook, the world’s largest social network with 845 million users, just filed for an initial public offering (IPO) with a hefty $75-$100 billion valuation. This would beat Google as the largest U.S. Internet IPO in history. Roughly 60% of the US population has a Facebook profile with 483 million users logging in daily from around ...

Job Seeker Nation 2010

Millions of Americans are currently unemployed, but they’re not alone in the hunt for work. They are joined by a vast group of employed people actively looking for or open to a new job. These groups form a nation of job seekers. We commissioned a new survey to find out who these job seekers are ...

Gen Y and the Recession – What Does Job Security Mean Now?

01.14.2010 · Posted in employment

How is the recession changing Gen Y attitudes about money, investment and work? A Jobvite survey of recruiters shows the impact of the recession on Gen Y attitudes about salary, benefits and job responsibilities. ...

Acquiring Talent: Get Ready for the “New Normal” (Part 1)

12.11.2009 · Posted in Industry News, Jobvite News, Perspectives

As the year – and decade – comes to an end, we at Jobvite think it now makes sense to start a dialogue with smart people about the next ten years in talent acquisition, about emerging technologies that can help – and about the nature of employment in the long term. And as ...