Where Do International Job Seekers Look for Work?

New research from Indeed reveals where international job seekers want to work and what they want to do there.

Each year millions of people cross borders in search of new opportunities — and in today’s hyperconnected world it’s never been easier for job seekers to research the possibilities available to them elsewhere.

With a few taps of a finger or clicks of a mouse, any one of Indeed’s 200 million monthly users anywhere in the world can find out …

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Why Culture Fit is Critical in Startup Hiring

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For many job seekers, startup companies hold the allure of a high-energy environment, the chance to make a big contribution and the possibility of an outsized reward if the company succeeds and grows.

But it’s these high stakes and fast pace that make it crucial to prioritize organizational culture in the startup hiring process. With a small staff, the impact …

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Job Search Out of the U.S. Surged After the Election and Remains Elevated

Job search from the US to other countries increased significantly after the presidential election.

During the bitter and divisive presidential campaign, many wondered, threatened, or promised to move to Canada if their candidate lost. Some celebrities even went on-record about leaving the U.S. if Trump won. So what happened? Lena Dunham may be taking some heat for “breaking her promise,” but plenty of others Americans were looking for jobs in Canada as Trump’s victory …

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The Workweek: A Round-Up of Labor Market Links for the Week Ending 11/11/16

This week’s labor market news on the US election and more.

Welcome back to The Workweek, the Indeed Hiring Lab’s round-up of the latest research, news, and perspectives that made us think deeply or differently about the labor market this week. It’s your guide to the most important new insights about work.

Here are our picks for this week:

Where Trump Did Best

Indeed’s Chief Economist Jed Kolko takes a close …

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