Seventy-four percent of people are either actively searching for a new
job or are open to new opportunities.
The average person uses 14 or 15 unique resources in his or her job search.
Nearly 35 percent of people begin preparing for their next job within
weeks of starting a new one.
Twenty-four percent say job searching is a regular part of their weekly
Sixty-nine percent of workers say searching for new opportunities is
part of their “regular routine,” with
24 percent searching as frequently as once a week.
The average job search cycle lasts about six months.
The average candidate started his search nearly 38 weeks ago, with 66
percent of respondents saying they thought about looking for a new job
within six months before actively searching.
Nearly two thirds of workers use an employee ratings site at some point
in the job search (two-thirds of this group also say they used it prior
to submitting an application).