Wednesday, January 21, 2009

When 50% in Boulder say they are looking for new job

In the recently conducted poll of Boulder professionals, more than 50% were reported to be searching for new jobs and 25% reported unemployed. For one thing it indicates that even those with a job are not sitting safely and believe a change is needed. This makes the job search more difficult for those who are unemployed. Not only do they have to compete among themselves but also with those who are trying to switch jobs. Macroeconomics says that those who are already employed stand a better chance of getting jobs because of many reasons including the networking opportunities. This competition is not different from any other time but what makes it difficult is the high numbers of both groups.
What is your take?

No comments: