The Rise Of Mobile Job Search – infographic

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The Rise Of Mobile Job Search – infographic

The Rise Of Mobile Job Search – infographic

According to CTIA, U.S. wireless consumers sent and received an average of six billion text messages per day, or, 69,635 text messages every second. The trade association also reports that as of December 2011, 34 percent of American households were wireless-only.

In today’s world, mobile is our means of communication, the way we get information and how we stay current on the latest news locally and worldwide. While many people use mobile devices to send text messages, make calls, check in on Facebook, or do a number of other daily tasks, many also use mobile devices to help make career decisions.

The Rise Of Mobile Job Search

The Rise Of Mobile Job Search

Source: Glassdoor

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21 Reacties

  1. Toon Kerssemakers 28 mei 2013 om 09:57

    Essential info for marketing Highly recommended. Thanks for posting Berrie Pelser.

  2. Toon Kerssemakers 28 mei 2013 om 09:57

    Essential info for marketing Highly recommended. Thanks for posting Berrie Pelser.

  3. Aneta Burzy 28 mei 2013 om 10:03

    that's amazing, 3 in 5 people looking for a job via mobile. revolutionary!

  4. Frank Wilhelm Gaul 28 mei 2013 om 10:05

    wounderful graphic!

  5. Sebastian St George 28 mei 2013 om 10:06

    Awesome infographic and incredible data! Wow awesome blog 🙂

  6. Amila Buddika 28 mei 2013 om 10:07

    verry important

  7. David Duncan 28 mei 2013 om 10:10

    Good information here on mobile job search habits. Mobile is increasing in all sectors.

  8. Branko Zecevic 28 mei 2013 om 10:20

    Interesting data! Thanks for the post! 🙂

  9. RadeBigMan 28 mei 2013 om 11:03

    Great info, shared!

  10. Di Simic 28 mei 2013 om 11:15

    This is only beginning and it is encouraging to see the numbers.

  11. Laurinda Orlandi Bailey Handlik 28 mei 2013 om 11:21

    Wow – amazing statistics — The last time I went on job interviews we didn't have smart phones.

  12. Stephanie Epps 28 mei 2013 om 11:56

    Great info for job seekers.

  13. Michelle Gilstrap 28 mei 2013 om 12:16

    Very interesting data, shared. Thanks Berrie Pelser.

  14. Hollis Tibbetts 28 mei 2013 om 13:05

    Mobile is where it's at

  15. Ernie Meyer 28 mei 2013 om 13:20

    Nice article. Remember the new gold rush is the digital market.

  16. Rob Tee 28 mei 2013 om 13:33

    Had no idea about this.

  17. Lou War 28 mei 2013 om 15:56

    Very nice and informative info graphic

  18. Harold Gardner 28 mei 2013 om 15:58

    My nephew tells me the only reason he has a PC is for games & to type papers for school. He does everything else on his phone. He even reads his text book on the phone; so job search on the phone would be a natural.

  19. Lou War 28 mei 2013 om 14:18

    Very nice and informative info graphic.

  20. Mary-Margaret Walker 29 mei 2013 om 02:40

    I would agree that we were going in that direction. I have so many other opinions about the actual job search that whether it is on a mobile phone or not isn’t as relevant as actually being able to find all of the positions that match a person’s background easily. That is one of the first hurdles in a job search. There are too many places a person has to go to find jobs that are suited for them. There are also too many jobs that aren’t publicized well at all. The job goes unfilled and there are qualified people available but they job and the candidate can’t find each other. This is what I refer to as the hidden job syndrome.

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