to knock holes.
25% (ish) of American workers have college degrees (about 35 Million people). That's exactly the number of people that wikipedia says have linkedin profiles. (I keep hearing 40 Million). I'm certain that the overlap is perfect.
Exactly how many people without college educations do telephone sourcers try to find?
Those folks can be found and addressed. That's why some ridiculous number of HR people use LinkedIn. I think I saw 93% the other day.
There are over a million social networks on Ning. All that is missing is a good search engine and Pipl is on the right track.
If you develop a relationship with the shift manager, you can pretty much get hired whenever you actually want the job. ;-)…
onsuming like crazy and that could not go on for ever. 16 million auto market is now down to 12 million and I don't think we will ever reach 16 million for some time. Auto companies have downsized and are making money at these volumes. The market in China, India, Brazil or other developing nations are growing because they were never affected by the downturn here in the US and they are all in different phase of their growth. I don't see anything wrong with US companies hiring over there to meet local demand, similar to Toyota , Honda setting up shop here in the US.
As long as corporations invest in new technologies here in the US, there will be need for talent here.
At least I hope so..…
ions are disappearing from the US to overseas.
Bottom line is we've lost roughly 5 million corporate sector jobs since 2001 and created roughly 3 million overseas--and those are conservative estimates I've read. Shows the US, and Western Europe, don't appear to be the end destination of where upper and middle class jobs will be created.…
32 – The average number of e-mail messages received per person per day. This is rising by 84 per cent each year
440 million – the number of electronic mailboxes in use, including 170 million corporate ones, growing by 32 per cent per year
...I wonder what the stats are now in 2008?