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Hudson's Job Seeker Pulse Q1 2015

Fortune 100 vs. Middle Market Job Seeking Behaviors 


During Q1 2015, did Fortune 100 or Middle Market employees more actively search for jobs?
How do Q1 2015 job seeking activity levels compare with Q4 2014 levels?

Job Seeker Pulse is the only job seeking behavior study based on real-time data.
The second edition analyzes job seeking behaviors by seniority level and generation within Fortune 100 and Middle Market employee groups. In this edition we explore questions such as:

  • Which Millennial sub-groups are more satisfied to stay where they are?
  • Which Gen Xers are most actively seeking to make the move?
  • Which sub-group among Boomers shows a surprisingly high level of job hunting behaviors?
  • Which groups in the Middle Management and Upper Management ranks are most actively hitting the job market?

Answers to these questions are among the findings in the second edition of Job Seeker Pulse, which utilizes Joberate technology to track job search activity for 14,888 people who were employed by Fortune 100 (7,829 employees) or Middle Market companies (7,059 employees) during Q1 2015.

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Hudson now offers the technology behind the Job Seeker Pulse to capture real-time job seeker behavioral trends. In combination with the tool, we provide data interpretation to assist companies with recruitment, retention, demand planning and workforce planning efforts for a competitive edge.
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