We worked with Monster.com on the “Multi-Generational Worker Attitudes” study to understand how different generations view entrepreneurship, how they evaluate companies and their overall attitudes to their current or previous employment situation. Monster sent an invitation to 200,000 randomly selected Monster users to participate in a Monster Workplace Survey between October 29 and November 29th, 2012. A
We worked with Beyond.com on the “Multi-Generational Job Search” study in order to compare and contrast the job search behavior of different generations. The study helps recruiters understand how to best target individual age groups. 5,268 job seekers were surveyed total, including 742 Gen Y (18-29-year-olds), 1,676 Gen X (30-47) and 2,850 Baby Boomers (48-67). Beyond.com is The Career
We worked with PayScale.com on the “Gen Y on the Job” study in order to find out the types of jobs Gen Y has, how much they are getting paid, the best cities and companies for them, and more. We started with a survey sample of 500,000 Gen Y workers, collected between July 2011 and July 2012.
We worked with Experience, Inc. on the Student Employment Gap study in order to identify issues in the college hiring process, what skills they are looking for, sources for hire and more. We surveyed 225 US employers out of a pool of over 100,000 employers. Experience, Inc. is a network that connects employers with Gen-Y talent.
We worked with Identified.com on a Gen-Y & Facebook research study to better understand how they use Facebook, what companies they’re working for, how long they spent at their first job, and more. We analyzed 4 million Gen-Y (18 to 29-year-olds) Facebook profiles out of a data set of over 50 million. Identified.com is the largest professional