800,000 jobcast downloads

Blast from the past! This article was first published five years ago by Chris Russell, the founder of JobsinPods, when our jobcasts exceeded 800,000 downloads.  With the relaunch of JobsinPods.com in November, 2016, we hope to exceed that 2011 number in 2017!

Here’s what Chris wrote…

That is what we believed would happen when we launched this jobcast service 4 years ago in the online recruiting world. And that is what happened. Listeners came in droves and our clients reaped the benefits of humanizing their companies. One podcast (aka jobcast) at a time.

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JobsinPods Testimonial from David Dalka

JobsinPods “jobcasts” create unique value as a candidate awareness and screening tool. JobsinPods’ process, and multiple, robust  distribution channels helps to target and  identify those that are truly interested in your organization. Podcasts serve to self-select qualified applicants through interviews with hiring managers, executives, and key employees. JobsinPods creates superior relevancy of candidates and opportunities that other career postings do not provide.   

Business Keynote Speaker David Dalka Fearless Revival
Business Keynote Speaker David Dalka Fearless Revival

David Dalka, Founder and Managing Director, Fearless Revival

Thirty-four Percent of Employers Plan to Hire Full-Time, Permanent Employees in the Second Quarter, CareerBuilder’s Forecast Finds

A Quarter of U.S. Workers Plan to Change Jobs This Year

CHICAGO – March 31, 2016 – The U.S. has added private sector jobs every month for the last six years,1 and the latest forecast from CareerBuilder shows this trend will continue in the second quarter. One third of employers (34 percent) plan to add full-time, permanent employees over the next three months and 37 percent plan to hire temporary or contract workers.

At the same time, U.S. workers are looking for better job opportunities: 1 in 4 workers (25 percent) plan to change jobs this year. Continue reading “Thirty-four Percent of Employers Plan to Hire Full-Time, Permanent Employees in the Second Quarter, CareerBuilder’s Forecast Finds”