Nearly one-third of google searches for “jobs” come from mobile devices, making the smartphone the engine of choice for job seekers and recruiters alike.
Our mobile phones are pocket-sized repositories for a lot of big personal data. From music to fitness apps, games, photos, and a trove of texts and contact information, they literally contain the stuff of our lives. And increasingly, our work. So why shouldn’t they be used as a tool for tapping into a new job?
Turns out, they are. According to ComScore, 10.9 million workers searched for jobs using mobile devices in August 2013 up from just 3.8 million in August 2012. Nearly one-third (31%) of Google searches for “jobs” now come from mobile devices, making them the engine of choice for job seekers and recruiters, alike.
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