This week, The Recruiter, reported that online hiring has increased across most sectors. This is promising news for job seekers looking for science jobs.
Monster’s Employment Index grew by an encouraging seven points in October, indicating the online scientific job market is showing early signs of recovery, with job demand reaching its highest level since February 2009. Hugo Sellert, Head of Economic Research at Monster Worldwide: “Despite economic indicators showing that the UK remains mired in recession, the solid expansion in online recruitment activity in October suggests the fourth quarter is off to a better start. The rise in online job openings to an eight-month high points to an early recovery in hiring demand. Companies across the UK may now be considering expanding payrolls again as economic conditions have stabilised.”
CK Science have also experienced growth in online hiring for science jobs. We have gone to great lengths to increase the visibility of the vacancies that we advertise online, by utilizing both our own website and social media such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. This has been a great success, with an increased number of candidates contacting us to register for science jobs and a higher percentage of our active vacancies being filled in this way.
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– Become a fan of CK Science on Facebook
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