REPORT: Best Cities for Jobseekers 2019

The best cities for jobseekers in 2019

Choosing where to live and work is a complex decision. Personal preferences are certainly important, such as warm or cold weather, coastal living versus inland and proximity to friends and family.

But there are some considerations, shared by many of us, that can make certain areas seem more desirable than others. Based on these criteria, we dug into Indeed’s job-search …

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How to Correctly Diagnose 5 Common Talent Problems

How to solve your talent problems

We all want solutions, whether it’s at the doctor’s office, the IT desk or in our hiring systems. But in our zeal to find an answer, we sometimes misdiagnose the problem.

Say you have a nagging cold. One doctor may tell you to drink more fluids and rest. But maybe they dive deeper and ask a few more questions, leading …

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6 Steps to Selecting the Best ATS for Your Company

How can you select the best ATS for your company?

Ah, the applicant tracking system (or ATS for short). Where would recruiting be if not for this one invention? Back in the dark ages, for sure, and moving at a much slower speed, for another. Lucky for you, the ATS exists, serving as the foundation of many a talent acquisition function.

Even so, when it comes to this “critical” solution, …

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Age Discrimination in the Workplace: Three Myths About Older Workers, Debunked

Common myths surrounding hiring older workers, and how to debunk them.

Americans now enjoy longer, healthier lives, and a growing number continue working long past traditional retirement age. Workers 65 and older are projected to have the fastest growth in the labor force by 2026; those 55 and older filled almost half of new jobs in 2018.

Working longer brings benefits from income to social engagement. However, age discrimination is a …

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