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Alex is a Growth Marketing Manager at Snagajob, where she works with sales to help connect businesses with the right workers. Her first hourly job was as a barista at Caribou Coffee.More Content by Alex Woodward
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53% of employers have experienced increased callouts due to worker health or scheduling challenges.
Jobs are up 21% in the last month, even as COVID-19 cases surge.
Candace Nicolls, senior vice president of people and workplace at Snagajob, says it’s critical to remember employee engagement is built on trust, not virtual happy hours.
61% of workers on unemployment are planning on a CARES Act benefit extension. Find out more about how the CARES Act is affecting hourly workers and employers.
Overall, jobs are only down 11% from pre-pandemic levels, which is a huge gain from when they were down 53% at their lowest on 4/18.
See why CEO Mathieu Stevenson remains optimistic about the post COVID economy and how he plans to help rebuild.
Jobs are up 23% in the last month, even as the virus surges across the US.
Our CEO Mathieu Stevenson discusses how franchises have been dramatically impacted by COVID-19 and how they can adjust to the “next normal” of consumer behavior.
Jobs are up 13% in the past week. Overall, jobs are only down 18% from pre-pandemic levels in early March. Check out our weekly data report for more.
The pandemic economy has made it especially tough for teenagers to find summer jobs. Our CEO, Mathieu Stevenson, discusses which industries they should look to for more opportunities
While businesses typically hire for summer jobs through June, this year’s hiring will likely extend into July
According to CEO Mathieu Stevenson, 20M Americans who were furloughed or laid off will seek part-time or hourly employment.
CEO Mathieu Stevenson provides tips on how organizations can support their employees during this time and some opportunities he sees emerging in the post-pandemic economy
The rise in COVID-19 cases in some areas of the country is causing uncertainty based on geography. This week’s infographic reflects those differences.
Jobs are up 18% in June, jobs are returning with just a few stops and starts as COVID-19 is rising in certain areas, but they’re up 3% week over week.
The rise in COVID-19 cases in certain states has created a mixed bag of hiring trends across the country. Job growth is happening differently across industries and geographies.
We surveyed about 100 employers and over 1,000 workers to see how they're feeling, see what they told us.
This week, job growth is flat, but we’re confident this isn’t the full story. Jobs are up 11% in June, and still down 32% from pre-pandemic norms.
As employers start to post jobs and hire workers back, there’s a lot to consider.
See the top 5 things workers are looking for in a job description and learn more from our weekly worker and employer survey.