The method in which to search and apply for jobs has changed immeasurably in the last few decades. In the current digital age, jobseekers have the ability to access information 24/7, from wherever they may be in the world.
The shift in consumer behaviour means that job boards must cater to the demand, making the application process as seamless as possible.
Below we take a look at key insights into how the modern jobseeker applies for jobs.
- 47.6% of legal professionals use their mobile phone to search for jobs ‘most of the time’
- 45.7% of legal professionals use their laptop or desktop computer to search for jobs ‘most of the time’
- 6.7% of legal professionals use their tablet to search for jobs ‘most of the time’
- 52.2% of jobseekers use their mobile phone to search for jobs daily
- 53.1% of jobseekers use their laptop or desktop computer to search for jobs daily
- 57.1% of jobseekers use their tablet to search for jobs daily
- 44.8% of legal professionals cited ‘the ability to instantly view jobs which match their CV’ as the most important feature of a job website
- 16.2% of legal professionals cited ‘a mobile app where they can find and apply for jobs easily’ as the most important feature of a job website
- 16.2% of legal professionals cited ‘the ability to apply for a job with one click’ as the most important feature of a job website
Based on an Simply Law Jobs survey of 105 legal professionals.
Responses acquired between 22nd February 2019 and 8th April 2019.
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