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Job Stress – And the top spot went to France ! UK is second

According to a new study, 42 percent of American workers have changed jobs to escape the pressure-cooker, while another 35 percent have thought about it.  The study, by job-search site Monster, surveyed 6,700 people in the U.S., U.K., France, Germany, India, the Netherlands and Canada. It turns out the U.S. is only the third-most stressful … Continue reading

Job Boards / Will they Be Still Relevant in the Future ?

Everyone seems to agree that generalist large scale job boards are in trouble, and others are profiting. The decline of the Monster share price to below five dollars, parallel to the success story of LinkedIn stock, and the recent valuation of Indeed.com nicely illustrates these shifting dynamics. Generalist job board revenue per posting is declining, … Continue reading

Job Search / Traffic Surging, Indeed.com on Top

What’s the most trafficked site by Americans searching for a job? Turns out it’s Indeed. Last month, says comScore, the web traffic measurement company, 17.3 million different visitors from the U.S. clicked into Indeed to look for a job. That translates into a 29% increase over December’s job search count. Overall, January saw a 24% … Continue reading

Indeed becomes No. 1 jobs site in the UK, after doing the same in the U.S. | VentureBeat

Job search site Indeed, already a long-standing powerhouse in the U.S., has overtaken TotalJobs to become the top job search site in the U.K. based on unique visitors, the company revealed today. Indeed overtook Monster in the U.S. in Nov. 2010, a sign that its formula of showing job listings from tons of job-related sites … Continue reading

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