78% of Candidates Would Apply to Jobs From Mobile

New research about how people use mobile devices in their job search

American consumers now own an average of four digital devices, meaning that we’re more connected than ever before. People are now accustomed to accessing any information at any time, wherever they are. This shift in consumer behavior has inspired innovation across all types of industries, including travel, retail and financial services, and now, the recruitment industry is being disrupted as …

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Find Your Next Hire with Indeed Resume

[VIDEO] Find your next hire with Indeed Resume

With millions of qualified candidates creating resumes on Indeed every month, many of the world’s leading organizations turn to Indeed Resume to find the right candidates by searching for the exact skills and expertise their organization needs.

Indeed Resume provides a simple way for employers to find talent — just as people use Indeed to search for jobs, recruiters and hiring …

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How 3-Day Weekends Disrupt Job Search

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Labor Day serves as a transitional weekend in several ways. School is back in session, fall is in the air and it’s a time to relax before diving into the next season. In the midst of this short week, we took some time to reflect on the past holiday and how three-day weekends change our daily patterns and habits, job …

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Are You Ready for the Mobile Job Seeker?

Mobile job applications are increasingly popular and necessary

Around the world smartphones are transforming how people seek out and apply for job opportunities — half of all searches on Indeed now come from mobile devices. To gain a deeper understanding of mobile job search, Harris Poll conducted a survey on behalf of Indeed, asking either unemployed or working people how they use their cellphone, smartphone or tablet to …

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4 Dimensions for Understanding Who’s Searching for Part-time Jobs

Indeed data and economic analysis on who’s looking for part-time jobs

Last week in Jackson Hole, Wyo., Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen spoke about the nation’s economic recovery and noted that despite signs of improvement, the labor market still faces many challenges. Among other things, Yellen touched on the high number of Americans working part time for economic reasons — 7.5 million people would like a full-time job but can’t find …

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