In 2015, job seekers are taking the driver's seat. Instead of accepting any job offer or staying in a job that’s not the right fit, people can now find the job that suits them best. This has created a war for talent in which there are few job seekers to compete over, especially for highly skilled candidates. New research shows the fastest growing job searches are for hard-to-fill roles that require technical skills—good news for employers who need to attract this talent for continued growth and innovation.
The top criteria job seekers are currently searching for and how to remain competitive in a tight job market
The fastest growing job searches in 2014 and how to stand out among companies competing for the same talent
How to develop creative strategies to attract employed people and job seekers from other markets
Economist at Indeed and Associate Professor of Economics and International Affairs at the George Washington University Tara Sinclair sits down with HCI to discuss the methodologies and results of Indeed’s latest research on how ...
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As hiring competition intensifies, where will your organization find the hidden pockets of talent that it needs to stay competitive? What strategies will enable you to retain that talent? Learn key insights from new research on how today’s employees search for jobs before they make a job move.