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Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
Job Search Hr Magazine Final
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  • 1. February 22, 2010
    SHRM Poll: Job Search, Data on Unemployed SHRM Members in 2009
  • 2. The recession has impacted jobs from a variety of industries and job functions, including HR. In December 2009, SHRM surveyed members who were listed in the SHRM membership database as unemployed to gain insight into how HR professionals have been coping.
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  • 3. Are you currently employed (e.g., either a part- or full-time position, consulting position, short-term contracts, etc.)?
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    Note:n = 209
  • 4. Currently Employed
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  • 5. When did you become employed?
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    Note:Only respondents who are currently employed where included in this analysis. n = 67
  • 6. Are you currently working in:
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    Note:Only respondents who are currently employed where included in this analysis. n = 68
  • 7. Are you more or less satisfied with your current employment situation compared with your previous employment situation OR do you feel that both situations are comparable?
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    Note:Only respondents who are currently employed where included in this analysis. n = 68
  • 8. Were you laid off from your previous job?
    While you were looking for a job, did you do any consulting jobs to help make ends meet?
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    Note:Only respondents who are currently employed where included in this analysis. n = 68
  • 9. How long were you without work before starting your current job?
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    Note:Only respondents who are currently employed where included in this analysis. n = 68
  • 10. Currently Unemployed
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  • 11. Which of the following would you say best describes your current level of job search?
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    Note:Only respondents who are currently not employed where included in this analysis. n = 139
  • 12. Are you currently seeking a job in the HR field?
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    Note:Only respondents who are currently searching for employment where included in this analysis. n = 136
    *Other fields listed by respondents were web design, senior services, payroll, organization development, operations, consulting.
  • 13. In your opinion, how would you rate the likelihood of being hired for an HR-related position within the next three, six or 12 months?
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    Note:Only respondents who are currently searching for employment in the HR field where included in this analysis. n = 123
  • 14. Why are you not searching for a job in the HR field?
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    Note:Only respondents who are currently not searching for job in the HR field where included in this analysis. n = 7
  • 15. What is the geographic scope of your job search?
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    Note:Only respondents who are currently searching for job where included in this analysis. n = 135
  • 16. In your time away from work, what actions have you taken?
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    Note:Percentages do not total 100% as multiple response options were allowed. n = 116
  • 17. Do you currently have health insurance?
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    Note:Only respondents who are currently searching for job where included in this analysis. n = 137
    *Medicare, county health plan, NJ family care, retiree health plan.
  • 18. Demographics: Organization Industry
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    Note: Percentages may not total 100% due to rounding.
  • 19. Demographics: Organization Industry (continued)
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    Note: Percentages may not total 100% due to rounding.
  • 20. Currently employed (n = 68)
    Currently unemployed (n = 137)
    Demographics: Organization Sector
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  • 21. Currently employed (n = 63)
    Currently unemployed (n = 137)
    Demographics: Organization Staff Size
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  • 22. Currently employed (n = 67)
    Currently unemployed (n = 131)
    Demographics: Organization Region
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  • 23. SHRM Poll: Job Search
    Methodology
    Response rate = 23%
    Sample comprised of 209 self-identified unemployed HR professionals from SHRM’s membership
    Margin of error is +/- 5
    Survey fielded December 1 – December 10, 2009
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