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On the Board Biz Daily Blog, “2015 Source of Employment Survey Results”. Two data tranches over eight years – from 2006 and 2014 – strongly refute the claim by some that “job boards are dead or dinosaurs.”

Also on the Board Biz Daily blog, read “Record Set for ReSI Nominations”. The nominations are in from Australia, Canada, Hungary, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States – find out who’s competing for a 2015 ReSI Award!

At the CyberSoapbox, sound off on: “How will employers’ current focus on improving the candidate experience affect job boards?” It’s one of the most visible trends in recruiting today, so will it make a difference in what employers expect from job boards?

At the Peer Poll, chime in on: “Now that we are almost halfway through the year, what level of growth do you expect to see in your business in 2015?” Will this year build on the success many sites saw last year or will the up and down recovery swing the pendulum in the opposite direction? Results of the poll will be published next week.

Jobboarders Book of the Month: “Finding Needles in a Haystack” by Wendy Enelow. Keywords are the lingua franca of talent searching, and this 3-volume set provides over 25,000 keywords and keyword phrases, across 5,400 job and position titles in 28 industries and professions. Get it in the IAEWS Bookstore.

In Careers:

  • Marketing Manager | NAYLOR Association Solutions

In Classifieds:

  • Private Research Bulletin Gives the Edge to Busy Jobboarders.

Plus, four new members joined the Jobboarders community.

  • M Colley,
  • Anthony Russo,
  • Jeff Steiner,
  • Jim Murray,


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