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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
The rise in COVID-19 cases in certain states has created a mixed bag of hiring trends across the country. J...
Managing a remote team and finding it harder than you thought? Our SVP of people and workplace Candace Nicolls shares tips and advice on how to master this while simultaneously empowering employees.
We’re seeing jobs up 8% week over week, down 5% month over month and down 2% since early March.
Overall, jobs are down 17% week over week, up 2% month over month and down 11% since early March.
Do you know a college student looking for work? Snagajob’s Blake Pinard shares 5 job hunting tips for students.
Overall, jobs are up 6% week over week, up 27% month over month and up 6% since early March.
We’re seeing overall jobs are down 3% week over week, up 14% month over month and up 1% since early March.
The pandemic challenged the market with a 546% increase in supply chain-related jobs. Snagajob is developing tools to document worker skills and experience and match them.
Jobs are up 3% from their pre-pandemic levels in early March.
Job inventory has grown 29% since the Fourth of July, creating new opportunities for the 18 million unemployed workers.
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