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FastTrack Search

In 2022 the job market is candidate driven(candidates get to call the shots), but finding the right job, amid the frenzy and volume of hiring, landing a job is more challenging than ever before.

Here are some important job market and search statistics that you should know

24 weeks

The average amount of time to find a job is 24 weeks. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, November 2020)

250 resumes

Average job opening attracts 250 resumes. Of those, 4 to 6 will get called for an interview, and only one will get the job(Glassdoor).

100–200 job applications

It takes 100–200 job applications to get one job offer (Talentworks 2017)

11 hours a week

Job seekers will spend an average of 11 hours a week looking for work. (Careerbuilder)

3.14 minutes

Recruiters spend an average of 3.14 minutes reading a candidate's resume, and they have generally made up their minds within the first minute.

< 1 minute

40% of hiring managers spend less than a minute reviewing a resume.

In this current market and climate, it’s critical for candidates to leverage recruiters that have the right network and industry connections to fast track their resume in front of the right job/company.

As Talent Agents, we can create a targeted marketing campaign, to target the right jobs & companies, and boost your resume brand and exposure, so that you can focus on landing the job , and let us do the hard and grueling work of recruiting.

Please fill out the form below, and we will contact you to discuss how we can speed up your job search

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