Finding job candidates has changed quite a bit since the time of Caesar. But one thing that’s remained the same – managers want to hire the right candidate. Take a look at this infographic from Hireology for facts and stats on how hiring has changed.
Job seekers, listen up! We know the job search can be complicated sometimes. After all, many of you may be sending out resume after resume, networking like it’s your job, and monitoring your application status, with no results. However, when you’re aware of how to succeed in the job search today, you may have a much better outcome than you’ve had previously. This infographic, compiled by Interview Success Formula, a program that helps job seekers to deliver powerful interview answers, illustrates how job seekers can navigate through the job search today and how to do well in the process.
The CV Battle goes into the age old argument of what you should and shouldn’t include when it comes to your CV. Details include things like your spelling, the clarity of your writing and the confidence you exude. For example, it is said that less is more which can be said for many different things like previous employment and your personal profile. They want to get to know you, but they don’t need a life story. This infographic from Job Zoo looks at the CV do’s and don’ts.
This infographic from JobZoo introduces some creative, mysterious and surprisingly strange statistics relating to the jobs people choose to obtain. The figures and facts show the most loved and loathed jobs which includes danger and money motivated jobs people have.
It can be difficult to find the right people for your company’s open jobs. How will you know if the candidate is top talent or could be the office Grinch? The infographic below, compiled by Spark Hire, an online video resume and interviewing platform, provides a helpful quiz to let you know if your holiday candidate is a gift or a curse.
Today’s men are opting for jobs in non-traditional fields, more specifically, pink collar jobs. Pink collar jobs are service-oriented jobs traditionally occupied by at least 70% women. Examples of these jobs are: nursing, teaching, social work, administrative assistant and dental hygienist. Check out the infographic below presented by Work Boots to learn more about men in pink collar jobs.
As the 71 million Baby Boomers continue to retire, job growth in the healthcare industry is affected in two ways: The enormous aging generation will need more assistance and care as well as 24.3% of hospital jobs that will be left open from retiring baby boomers that will need to be filled. The infographic below provides a deeper look into how Baby Boomers are part of the growing jobs in the healthcare industry.
With these tough economic times, finding a job has become a bit harder. Check out this infographic from Resume.com about the facts and stats of the crisis that faces job seekers today, and also interesting facts about other jobs that can be found around the world.
The recruiter of today is unrecognizable from even a few years ago. As technology changes every industry, recruiters have been impacted particularly hard. Recruiters have evolved with the times, but what does the future hold? Find out in the infographic below by RecruitLoop.
As you are probably already aware, the National Employment Report for the month of August was recently released. ADP has created an infographic to visualize the data so the information is easy to consume by the readers.
Allied health, an industry that already employs an estimated 6 million workers, is expected to grow even further in the coming years, according to federal projections. The following infographic below highlights some of the allied health jobs expected to grow the fastest this decade, according to projections from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
This infographic, published by Advanced Medical, provides an informative overview about the current job market for occupational therapists in 2012. It looks at the top 15 metro areas in the U.S. for open occupational therapy jobs, the average salary ranges in those metros, project growth of the industry, average pay range, the mean salary over the last decade, job satisfaction, work schedule and work environment.
So you’re posting your retail jobs online, looking for that elusive perfect candidate and you’re having little to no luck. Instead of pulling your hair out in exasperation, take a gander at Mindfield Group’s retail job postings infographic and realize that you’re not alone in your search for great talent…and then see what you can do about it.