Social media is a very hot topic right now. It seems these days you can’t go online without reading something about social media. With the evolution of sites like Facebook and Twitter and their applications as marketing tools, the number of job positions in social media is rising at an exponential pace as companies try to keep their name in front of consumers.
You’ve read our blogs and watched our videos. You also checked out our website and found out who we are. By now, you probably have lots of things you want to tell us – what you like about Jobfully and what can be done even better. Most importantly, you believe in what we do.
If that sounds like you and you are a natural sales leader or know just the right person, we’d love to hear from you. BTW, we also have a few internship opportunities. You can find them here.
In the second part of this two part series, Jobfully CEO Mei Lu gives some pointers on how to effectively follow-up in today’s Video Friday vlog.
We’ve all heard how tough the job market is, but the truth is that people are still getting hired. Here are some numbers that might surprise and inspire you:
- According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, about 4.3 million U.S. workers were hired in June 2010, including seasonal workers, part-timers, temps and contract workers.
- The number of job openings at the end of June was 2.9 million – an increase of 26% since the most recent series trough of 2.3 million in July 2009.
- Although job growth is down, it does not mean there are no jobs available. 4.3 million hires are still 4.3 million hires.