The number of candidates only using the internet
The number of candidates only using the internet to look for a job is more than ever before!
Europes largest online recruitment survey NORAS, once again shows that the number of people exclusively using the internet to look for a job is still on the increase.
The annual National Online Recruitment Audience Survey (NORAS), published later this month, surveyed job seekers between September and December 2009. The results show that 1 in 5 online job seekers now use only the internet to look for jobs more than doubling the figure of 1 in 11 from 2008.
The 2010 NORAS survey has had a massive response having been carried out by over 86,000 participants, up from 50,000 participants in 2009.
The NORAS 2010 results will be available to download free at www.noras.co.uk later this month. The information will include how jobseekers look for a job, how successful online recruitment is for them and how they use different online channels. Plus what is most and least important to jobseekers on a recruitment website.
Giles Guest, managing director of Enhance Media the online recruitment research and strategy company that produces NORAS commented "NORAS is an essential piece of research helping employers and agencies choose the best job boards for their roles saving them time and money.