rGlobally, 81% of the workforce use job websites to find a new job – this lowers slightly to 80% among those interested in working in Brazil.
Every day this week, recruiter.co.uk
has looked at some of the factors affecting recruitment and talent mobility
in this emerging economy.
Three major differences in the way those interested in working in Brazil differ in their job search from the global workforce as a whole are the likelihood to visit a company website, consult in-store advertising or attend a jobs fair or other career event.
Here is a selection of responses to the question ‘Which sources would you use when looking for a new job?’:
| ||Global workforce |
| Those interested in Brazil |
|Company website |
| 46% || 60% |
|Search engines || 36% || 26% |
| Local newspaper || 21% || 28% |
| National/regional paper || 18% || 22% |
| Speculative applications || 13% || 25% |
| Job fair/careers event || 12% || 28% |
| In-store advertising || 6% ||17% |
This is the final article in a week-long series by recruiter.co.uk
using IG’s research on Brazil.