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Lost in the ether: data dropped can hurt

We've all experienced it: a movie or play is going along, we are firm in our understanding of the how and why of the characters' actions, and then a bit of information is revealed that changes everything. We sit in stunned…

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2014 Job Board Trends survey

What you said: JobBoardDoctor readers speak out

Last week I sent out a request to you, my attentive reader. I asked if you would give me some feedback on the JobBoardDoctor blog and consulting services. Guess what? In only 5 days I received 100+ responses! So first of all... Thank…

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Seasonality rules: the ebb and flow of hiring

I'm looking out my window at a truly spectacular show of color from a beautiful maple - oranges, yellows, and reds. Sometimes the fall almost makes up for the Iowa winter. The natural world is not the only thing with distinct seasons.…

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surveys matter

Ask the question: why surveys matter

I have no idea what you're thinking because I don't think surveys matter. In fact, I can't even see you. I guess I'm operating in the dark. The above pretty much describes any web-based business with regard to their relationship…

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zombie job board

Take the Zombie Job Board Test!!!

A few years back during the deep, dark recession, a few articles appeared about zombie job boards (not to mention jobs for zombies). These sites staggered forward despite a lack of traffic, audience, or employers, refusing to die, filling the…

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Job seekers use job boards – for research

The Doctor is at the JobG8 job board summit this week - so this is from the archives. Enjoy! I've talked before about how job boards are evolving to meet the changing needs of both employers and candidates. I've also talked…

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