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Healthy Kids Colorado Survey provides well-being snapshot of Routt County youth

Steamboat Pilot 29 Jan 2023
One in five students surveyed said they seriously considered suicide in the previous 12 months ... The survey results outline multiple contrasts in positive and negative information ... Bakarich said the surveys help programming “be creative to meet kids where they are at” or to focus recruitment in existing programs.
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How to secure a pay rise in 2023 – the right way to go about getting a boost to tackle inflation

Irish Independent 29 Jan 2023
... as they should be on jobs sites about what compensation a role commands).Whelan advises asking a recruitment consultant how much you could earn if you moved to an equivalent job at another organisation.“Your worth in the market is a powerful tool,” he says.
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In most diverse Congress in history, staff representation lags

Hastings Tribune 29 Jan 2023
“We will continue encouraging offices to work with us to identify Latino candidates for offices and committees and to also provide better pay and benefits for staff to help with recruitment and retention.” ... which conducts its own demographic surveys of congressional staffers.
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UPSC Recruitment 2023: Notification out for 10 vacancies on various posts

Hindustan Times 27 Jan 2023
UPSC Recruitment 2023 vacancy details.. This recruitment drive is being conducted to fill 10 vacancies ... Eight vacancies are for the post of Administrative Officer in the Geological Survey of India, Ministry of Mines. UPSC Recruitment 2023 application fee ... UPSC Recruitment 2023.
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Top 10 reasons people start looking for new jobs revealed

Metro UK 27 Jan 2023
Is your new job honeymoon period over? (Picture. Getty Images/iStockphoto). We all get that new job buzz ... According to new research by recruitment specialist Michael Page, of the 5,000 employed adults surveyed, it takes just 18 months on average before people start to ponder a new job ... Getty Images/EyeEm) ... Ambition comes into play, too ... 1 ... 2 ... 3 ... 4 ... 5 ... 6 ... 7 ... 8.
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Outcry over low women participation in mining

Mmegi Online 27 Jan 2023
PWC did a survey that shows that mining is the worst sector for gender diversity – worse than the oil and gas industry – with just 5% of board seats held by women in the top 500 mining companies, Moagi continued ... Yet opportunities remain for the industry to boost female recruitment, retention, and advancement,” a worried Moagi revealed.
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Gen Z job hunters are more worried about a company's reputation than layoffs, survey says

Business Insider 26 Jan 2023
Maskot/Getty Images A recent study from Adobe surveyed over 1,000 college students and recent graduates about the job market. Nearly 80% of those surveyed said they are somewhat optimistic about the job market they are entering ... The survey was conducted in December, before recent layoffs by tech and media companies like Google, Amazon, and others.
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Manufacturers ‘investing in training to plug skills gap’

The Times/The Sunday Times 26 Jan 2023
Manufacturing and engineering businesses are maintaining training and recruitment spending, bucking surveys that suggest that businesses are scaling back investment, a leading training provider has said.
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Working in the UAE: By how much could your salary increase in 2023?

Gulf News 26 Jan 2023
Should you be expecting a salary increase in 2023? 57 per cent of companies in the UAE that took part in a recent survey said that they planned to increase salaries of employees this year. In a salary guide released by recruitment and HR consultancy Cooper Fitch, companies spoke about the changes they expect to make to salaries in 2023.
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How to write a r�sum� that gets you hired in an uncertain economy

Business Insider 26 Jan 2023
Roughly two-thirds of American workers are considering changing roles this year, according a LinkedIn survey of more than 2,000 US employees conducted in December ... According to a survey last year of 205 recruiters and hiring managers by Zety, an online r�sum� builder app and career website, soft skills are increasingly important to hiring managers.
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Can Gulf’s sustainability initiatives create more job opportunities?

Gulf News 26 Jan 2023
A survey of 17,000 energy professionals worldwide from energy recruitment firms found 47 per cent of respondents in the ME are considering moving out of the industry, with a further 22 per cent saying that they are unsure. Among recruiters, the top reason for skills shortages was ...
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Less Than Two in 10 Job Seekers Rate Their Recent Recruitment Process Experience as Excellent

Victoria Advocate 25 Jan 2023
25, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Today's job market is experiencing a clear disparity between candidate expectations and the reality they face when searching for and applying for jobs, according to a recent report by leading recruitment process outsourcing provider PeopleScout, a TrueBlue company.
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US skills gap rapidly widening, survey reveals

Phys Dot Org 25 Jan 2023
human resources professionals surveyed by Wiley, 69% said their organization has a skills gap, up from 55% in a similar survey in 2021 ... The growing skills gap has led to staffing challenges, making it harder for organizations to recruit and retain talent.
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Why 'soft skills' are essential for new graduates

Fox31 Denver 25 Jan 2023
Nearly 86% of employers are seeking evidence of problem-solving skills on the resumes of the students they are recruiting, according to the NACE survey. The survey also found that more than three-quarters are looking for proof of candidates’ analytical, quantitative and teamwork skills.
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Employers’ confidence approaches rock-bottom

The Times/The Sunday Times 25 Jan 2023
... decisions, fell to one of the lowest levels since the survey of employers by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation began in 2016.Sponsored.

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