Which States Would Job Seekers Relocate To?

Texas has the highest number of job searches from outside the state.

What motivates people to look for jobs in a new place and where are they looking to go? These questions are at the heart of the latest research from the Indeed Hiring Lab — a global research institute committed to advancing the knowledge of human resource and talent management professionals worldwide.

In examining aggregated, anonymized data on where job seekers …

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The Importance of Service at Indeed

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In Client Services at Indeed, our promise is to deliver quality to our clients, partners and teammates worldwide. This brand promise purposely has a lot of meanings – we strive to deliver a high quality of applicant for our clients so those candidates will convert into hires, and we have a culture of providing high-quality support for one another in …

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Mobile Now Accounts for Half of All Job Searches

50% of searches on Indeed come from mobile

Mobile job search traffic to Indeed has increased dramatically over the past year, growing from 33% of total traffic in 2013 to 50% today.

As smartphone ownership accelerates, job search has evolved from a desktop activity to a mobile one. Job seekers now take their search with them, browsing opportunities when it’s most convenient for them. And, the way people …

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Employer Branding is a Journey & Other Secrets to Attracting Top Talent

Employer branding tips from Lisa Chartier of Philips.

Technology companies today face unique hiring challenges. Not only must they compete against some of the world’s most recognized brands, but also disruptive start-ups with big ideas and lofty ambitions. Regardless of size and stature, a strong employer brand helps businesses attract the best candidates and increases retention.

Lisa Chartier, Global Head of Executive Service Programs and Marketing at Philips, …

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Low Local Unemployment Attracts Job Seekers from Neighboring States

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Across the country, local economies range from rural to urban, tech-centric to industrial, and everything in between. From state to state, labor markets offer diverse options to workers of all kinds. Recently released unemployment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics reveal the variation in unemployment rates nationwide, providing a look at what those markets look like in each state.

The …

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