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Infographic: Top Recruiters Worldwide – (Jan. – Jun. 2018 vs Jan. – Jun. 2017)

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This is the latest infographic of the worldwide series, and this time we explore which were the recruiters that had the most number of offers per country from January to June 2018.

In the labour market, recruiters are often the conduit between the candidate and the company, and that’s why when looking for a job, it is important to be aware of the role that recruiters play in the selection process. This infographic shows us that Hays and Randstad are two of the most important recruiters worldwide.

By transforming raw data into knowledge, our analytical tool Job Market Insights offers this detailed view of the contracting market. As can be seen throughout this series of four infographics, Job Market Insights covers the current business development needs. It is designed to help you make strategic decisions, so to make them accurate contact insights@jobisjob.com.

RECRUITERS - WORLDWIDE - INFOGRAPHIC

Infographic: Top Job Sites Worldwide (Jan. – Jun. 2018 vs Jan. – Jun. 2017)

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Continuing with this worldwide infographics series, in this case you will find which are the leading job sites in the current job market.

In this highly detailed infographic, Job Market Insights has gathered the volume of offers per site and the variation compared to the same period of 2017.

When we have to decide on a strategy we need to have in depth knowledge about the business environment. And that is where Job Market Insights through its Big Data analysis helps you make insightful decisions. Not only do we have main job sites, this big data tool also provides you information about which are the important companies that publish on each job board, which are the locations with highest volume of offers and which are the most in demand job positions. Not to speak of many other features…

Contact insights@jobisjob.com and discover how Job Market Insights can help you to orient your decisions and grow your business.

TOP JOB SITES - WORLDWIDE (Jan-Jun 2018 vs Jan-Jun 2017)

How to Prepare College Students for a Career

This entry was posted in Articles, Careers advice and tagged , , , , on by Alfonso Pujalte.
Careers Key

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Students in colleges aspire to pass their courses and graduate, then afterwards to find their
dream job, travel, have adventures and eventually settle down for a happy life. The reality,
however, is far less direct than this statement would imply. You are likely to meet college
graduates who have not managed to find the job they have desired for a long time and others
that have completely changed their careers, losing years as they relaunch in a different sector.
The main cause is insufficient career preparation while they are in school.

Both the student and professors have the responsibility to prepare the graduates to know how to
find a job after college. Today we want to look at what can really help you regarding career
planning for college students. Learn more here about getting the most out of your education. You
have the potential to find the best jobs on the market that you can even enjoy if you prepare
yourself.

Here are the five good tips to follow when building your career plan:

1. Participate in Work-Based Learning:

Most Universities have the option of working for professors or with associates in industry, either
as summer jobs or throughout the academic year. These experiences can really help you later
when writing resumes/CVs for your field. These positions enable students to make a living while
completing their education. This caters not just to your finances, but also to your future goals!
If you can, avoid minimum-wage, low-skill jobs as a student. They won’t help you on your
resume in 10 years!

Avoid being misused just because you have not graduated yet. To build experience for the
career you want, you need to find jobs related to your major and job goal while you are in
school. An example is if you are studying to become a tech developer, you should start by
getting a job in a computer store with software related services. The exposure makes you stand
out when you graduate from college.

2. Expand Your Knowledge:

There are many subjects and courses offered in colleges. Many students choose what they
want to be and disregard the rest. When you want to know how to choose a career, keeping
away from other subjects in college is risky. You will need them in the future after graduation,
they always give you insight. It is better to pay attention and seek new knowledge rather than
discarding any academic opportunity.

Prospective employers will gladly take you if you have knowledge in a wider range of
interrelated fields they may need in their companies. For instance, if you are planning to
become a software developer, it is ideal to learn how to develop websites as well.

3. Find and Participate in Job Shadowing Positions:

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Job shadowing is when you visit a business to observe how they run. You can see the
responsibilities of one more job positions of a real business in any field of study you are
interested in. You will learn the basics of a job, the challenges, and the potential. The time you
can have to learn this depends on how long the business owners are willing to welcome you.
Job shadowing allows you to make a sound decision as to what career you should settle for.
When you know what a real job in the business world is like, you will have a better idea of how
to find a job after college.

4. Be Wise with Internships:

The internships help the students get hands-on experience with a real job while they are still
advancing towards graduation. However, some students don’t get the opportunity to intern at a
place that actually helps them with their career goals. It is sad to acknowledge that companies
may take you for an internship and offer you a job that is outside your career plan.
If this happens, you need to make changes. Find something that will help you with your career preparation.
Even if it means that you have to work long hours, it is better. An instant assignment help service (UK)
can help you write your assignments while you get your hands on the career you are aspiring towards.

5. Stay Updated:

Are you able to discuss the latest developments in the industry of your choice? In the effort to
innovate, new technology, discoveries and methods tend to play a significant role in most
business. For any graduate to land a job that fulfills their desires, they need to ensure that they’re
up-to-date with all the aspects in their industry.
Current college students are privy to all the big new tech trends and innovation. Older
employees out there understand industry developments, but are often a bit outdated in tech and
research. Learning to stand out from the majority of graduates is a primary goal in your career
preparation.
Instead of relying just on the knowledge you get from your lectures and textbooks, you need to
take time to learn about the industry trends in your career path. Universities have professional
journals released every month for various industry subjects. You need to read as much as
possible and discuss this knowledge with your professors and colleagues to get ahead with your
career preparation!

Author: Michelle Lambert

What Users Are Saying About JobisJob

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JobisJob is more than just a tool you use for the job search. Our team is small, our office is lively and our kitchen is always stoked with fresh fruit and a full pot of coffee. When you use JobisJob for your job search, we want you to know that behind the bright orange logo is a hard working team doing their best to help you find your next job opportunity.

The JobisJob tools that we love


With our new (free) app, you can now job search from your mobile, receive job notifications and apply from wherever you are.

Our trends tool gives you an insight on the labour market in the 22 countries where we operate, so you’re always in the know!

In My Menu, you can save jobs that interest you, check out recommended jobs and even review previously visited job adverts. Want to connect with friends and acquaintances? Connect your JobisJob account with Facebook and Google+! You never know how far a little networking can get you.

What our users are saying


We love hearing from our users! Your comments help us improve where we need to and give us an insight into what users want and like about JobisJob.

Here are a few user comments that made us smile.

If you’ve used JobisJob and have a question, a complaint or want to give us a pat on the back, we’re always here to listen! Comment on this blog post or send a quick message to Customer Support.

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5 Ways to Face Mistakes at Work

This entry was posted in Articles, Working life and tagged , on by María Aragón.

Making mistakes at work is not the end of the world, the problem comes when you’re unsure of how to manage them. In one of my favourite quotes, Robert Kiyosaki perfectly sums up what it means to make a mistake: “Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn”.

Facing Mistakes at Work

If managing mistakes at work is something new to you, we’ve got some tips on how to see your mistakes as something positive and productive!

5 ways to learn from your mistakes and move on


list_okRecognise the mistake and learn from it!
We’re expected to be honest at work, not perfect. Managing a mistake is a key moment for showing our honesty and capacity for reaction. Assuming our blame for the mistake (not stepping up an admitting the mistake is like using petrol to put out a fire), detecting its origin and assessing the consequences will help us to deal with the obstacle.

list_okFind solutions and if necessary, help. If we simply report the mistake, we send this message: “I put my foot in the mess but I don’t know how to clean it up. Let someone else come and solve it.” This doesn’t say a lot about our emotional intelligence. To the contrary, if we report a mistake and we propose duly-researched solutions, we are showing our capacity for assuming responsibilities and adapting to unexpected circumstances.

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