What motivates UK jobseekers?

When people in the UK look for a job, they tend to have personal requirements from a new role whether it be an attractive salary, a position that offers a good work/life balance, a reputable employer or a great retirement package. This infographic illustrates what’s most important to UK jobseekers when looking for a new job, what they value most once.
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Why do people want to work abroad?

This year, the Global Talent Survey revealed a number of key findings about jobseekers and their preferences when looking to work abroad. This infographic illustrates where most UK jobseekers would choose to relocate, the top 5 things that would motivate UK jobseekers to move away from home, where global jobseekers would choose to relocate and what they value most in a.
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International recruitment challenges and how to combat them

One of the best aspects of modern life is how much smaller the world has become. Better connected by transport links and communications, our perceptions of international borders widen. However what influence does this have on global recruitment? How do jobseekers view the viability of overseas work and how should employers respond? These are all pertinent questions raised and answered by.
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Popular employers for the global jobseeker

The world today is one big global career opportunity. As a result, it is increasingly important for UK businesses to understand how to attract the skills of international candidates as well as to retain its own high-achieving nationals. Happily, The Global Talent Survey 2014* reveals that the UK is the third most sought-after country to work in, with 35% of votes.
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Attracting the right talent to your business

Attracting the right talent to your businessEntry-level job candidates make up a large proportion of the job market. Yet many employers are struggling to recruit. Total Jobs consulted some top talent experts, to help employers develop their recruitment practices. Here are some ways employers can attract the best new staff to their roles. Build greater flexibility into job descriptions Thinking outside the box, when it comes to writing job.
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How to boost your employability skills

How to boost your employability skillsEntry-level candidates make up a large slice of the jobs market. There tends to be a lack of relevant skills and experience amongst jobseekers, which means employers are struggling to recruit. Finding candidates who’ve got what it takes is key. By improving your employability skills, you can bag yourself a great job. Take a look at some of the ways entry-level candidates.
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Why are employers struggling to recruit?

Why are employers struggling to recruit?Entry-level candidates account for a huge proportion of the jobs market. Yet many employers are struggling to recruit. This is sometimes because prospective candidates lack certain skills and relevant experience. It is also related to how recruiters perceive would-be employees’ skills/ability levels and how they go about recruiting, generally. Here, we highlight some of the main reasons why employers are struggling.
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Top 5 entry-level jobs

Top 5 entry-level jobsGet your career off to a flying start with our roundup of the best junior roles around – whatever you’re looking for. Deciding on a career is probably the single most important decision of your life. Think about it: you’re going to spend at least eight hours a day, five days a week in your job. Your earning potential, your daily.
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Recruitment jobs: old and new

Recruitment jobs old and newIt’s been more than 100 years since the first recruitment agency opened in the UK. In that time the industry has changed massively, but the basic need to find or advertise a job has remained the same. We take a look at how the digital age and other factors have impacted the hiring process. Social media matters Gone are the days when.
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Entry-level report: infographic

Every year, thousands of young people enter the labour market in the UK and begin looking for work for the first time. Although the employment prospects for entry-level jobseekers, particularly graduates, are frequently discussed, seldom is there an attempt to understand the entry-level job market as a whole. Based on the latest Totaljobs report on the entry-level labour market in conjunction.
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