Wednesday’s looking like an awfully good day to post a job.
At least that’s what you glean from job-distributor eQuest, whose data indicates a lot of U.S. job-seekers are hunting on Wednesdays, as well as Tuesday and Thursday. It studied more than a million jobs posted online to see when candidates searched and sent in resumes.
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And eQuest found this about what times of day people searched and sent in resumes:
Also from eQuest:
- “Jobs posted to Twitter experienced its highest level of searches and responses from mobile devices on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesdays
- Monster, CareerBuilder and Indeed.com were at their strongest Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, from computers, during the lunch hour.
- Healthcare job postings were most active when posted on Wednesdays, retail jobs on Saturdays, and technology jobs were at their strongest Tuesdays and Fridays.”