Searching out jobseekers' behaviour

When people search for jobs, one of the first places they go to online is the search engine Google. So what keywords do they type in?

The number of job-related searches in Google was considerably higher in December compared to the previous month, according to the December 2010 ’Recruitment sector report’ from search marketing agency Greenlight.

There were more than 2.2m searches performed in December for job-related terms, which was a notable increase (32%) in volume compared to November, when 1...

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