Preference for social media as a job-search tool worldwide 2012-2014, by region

This statistic represents the preference for social media as a job-search tool over traditional methods among workers workers worldwide from 2012 to 2014, by region. During the survey in 2014, 53 percent of workers from the Asia Pacific region said they were more inclined to search for jobs via social media than traditional methods.

Would you be more inclined to search for jobs via social media than traditional methods?*

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Source

Release date

September 2014

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2012 to 2014

Number of respondents

230,000 respondents

Special properties

Workers from 31 countries, three generations and a multitude of industries and occupations

Supplementary notes

* (e.g. newspaper advertisements, online job boards, or recruitment companies).
The source does not specify the type or date of survey.

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