Now that spring is officially here, college students all over the U.S. are getting their caps and gowns prepared for graduation. But what’s the outlook for them finding a job when school’s done?
Tag: Survey Methodology
A large percentage of Americans working at mid- to enterprise-sized companies cannot name their CEO or even pick him or her out of a lineup. According to a new survey released by mobile employee communications company APPrise Mobile, nearly a quarter (23%) of Americans who work at companies with more than 500 employees are unsure […]
Is 70 becoming the new retirement age? According to a recent CareerBuilder survey, 30% of U.S. workers ages 60 and older plan to retire at age 70 or older. Another 20% don’t believe they will ever be able to retire.
“Never judge a book by its cover.” A common phrase that in terms of recruitment means something very unique. When it comes to selecting the best candidates to work for your company, going deeper than just face value should be a routine practice. According to a new CareerBuilder survey that outlines myths around background checks, […]
Is a college degree the new high school diploma? According to a recent CareerBuilder survey, 38% of employers have raised their educational requirements over the last 5 years, compared to 32% last year.
A new survey finds March basketball brackets and office pools can improve key workplace initiatives, including employee engagement, camaraderie, and work satisfaction.
First comes love, second comes marriage, then comes … delayed family plans? Eighty-three percent of women over the age of 25 who plan to have children are postponing starting a family to focus on their career, compared to 79% of men, found a recent CareerBuilder survey. Wanting to earn and save enough money to provide […]
Yesterday we looked at some of the results of a study done by CareerBuilder® into what extremes candidates will go to in order to get noticed. Today we’ll go over a few more examples and what you might do if you run into a similar candidate.