This infographic, courtesy of CareerBuilder, shows how the job hunt has changed.
Are today’s workers “always searching and always learning”?
- Profile of a job candidate – 69% of workers say searching for a new job is part of their “regular routine”.
- Generational difference – More people are looking for jobs and are willing to move for the right position in this generation than in the baby boom generation.
- Discovering opportunities and research – 68% of workers come across new job opportunities in traditional networking, with 84% of workers reading a company’s website before an interview.
- New job is like a major purchase – Accepting a new job is rated more important than moving, school or buying a car.
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