Online Jobs Articles

Online Job Demand in the US Declines
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The Monster Employment index, which is a monthly gauge of U.S. online job demand, went down 29% in the past year. It actually went down a couple points after rising slightly in April. It might not be all bad news though.

Online Job Demand Rising Again
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Monster.comThe number of online jobs went up according to the Monster U.S. Online Jobs Index. The increase marked the end of a three-month decline, indicating that employers are preparing for the fall hiring season. In August, online job availability went up in 14 of the Index’s 20 industry categories and in 13 of the 23 occupational categories measured. Still, the index is 14% lower than it was a year ago.

More Job Seekers Turning To The Internet
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Job hunters are continuing to increase their use of the Internet as the main part of their job search according to a new report from the Conference Board.

Online Job Openings Fall In July

In July there were 4,084,200 online advertised job vacancies, a seasonal decline of 196,200 or 4.6 percent from the June level, according to the Conference Board Help-Wanted Online Data Series.