NATIONAL SURVEY SHOWS FEMALES JOBSEEKERS ARE TWICE AS SUCCESSFUL AT FINDING A NEW JOB COMPARED TO MALE COUNTERPARTS
A new national employee survey published by leading Recruitment and Employment Technology Company, CareerWallet has highlighted that female jobseekers are nearly twice as successful than men at finding a new job with only 20% needing to apply for more than 10 jobs compared with 38% of men.
The survey went on to show that the younger the jobseeker the more jobs they need to apply for before gaining new employment. Nearly half (49%) of 18-24-year olds need to apply for more than 10 jobs compared with only 29% of over 55s. Surprisingly the survey also highlighted that one in ten (10%) employees have never had to apply for a job at any point in their career.
CareerWallet is a leading job aggregator and technology company that processes up to 10 million jobs daily from recruitment companies and employers across the UK. The team has developed a portfolio of cutting-edge tech solutions that offer a wider range of opportunities for jobseekers to the perfect career move and maximises recruitment advertising for employers in the UK.
Craig Bines, CEO at The CareerWallet Group, commented, “At CareerWallet we process millions of jobs every 24 hours and this allows us to quickly see how the job market is being impacted on a daily basis.
Our national employee survey highlights how factors such as age and gender can affect how many jobs you need to apply for which can be time consuming, but this process can be made much easier using technology. As we aggregate jobs from employers and recruiters across the UK, we can help jobseekers access a much wider range of relevant roles.”