More than two-thirds of job candidates believe that employer brand strength is important (35%) or very important (34%) when they’re evaluating a new job opportunity. The results indicate that employees can be a “valuable asset” in communicating brand strength.
The job market in the U.S. is brimming right now with fresh and exciting opportunities for professionals in a range of emerging roles.
The vast majority of college grads don’t seem to think their social media accounts could negatively affect their chances of securing a job.
This chart by Visual Capitalist is based on US Bureau of Labor Statistics illustrating expected job losses due to automation by job type.
This infographic from Websitebuilder.org illustrates the facts and importance of online consumer reviews and ratings to a wide variety of businesses.
This infographic from Leisure Jobs illustrates seven aspects of LinkedIn optimization.
There will be no shortage of disruptions to companies, spurring the need for these data and analytics capabilities.
Facebook was the most popular social network for job searching, followed by Twitter and LinkedIn.
Almost 8 in 10 of the youngest Baby Boomers are working full-time, part-time or seeking work.
Some 84% of global online consumers aged 16 and older report sharing content online.