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New Research: What Top Performers Have in Common

New research reveals what top performers have in common and how employers can attract more of these candidates to opportunities.

It’s no secret top performers contribute a disproportionate amount of output in our organizations. Rather than seeing an even distribution of performance throughout the workforce, one study found that 10% of productivity comes from the top 1% of employees and 26% of output is a product of the top 5%.

That means top talent produces 4X as much as the …

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5 Trends Shaping the Talent Driven Economy [New Research]

New report from the Indeed Hiring Lab on emerging job search trends

Six years ago, there were 6.2 unemployed job seekers for every one job opening. Today, it’s 1.7 unemployed job seekers for every job. That’s a big improvement and it means that rather than looking for any job, most candidates are now employed and can look for the right job.

To get a better understanding of what types of jobs people …

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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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