Finding Jobs in a Recession: Who and How?

February 17, 2009

Before or after attending our free webinar, “From the News Cycle to the Spin Cycle,” you may want to check out Jeremiah Owyang’s ongoing job survey project at Web Strategy. Owyang, a senior analyst at Forrester Research, has been addressing a series of job-search-related topics with results from a small sample of respondents who have found new jobs during the recession. There are a lot of interesting results, including that most of his respondents were able to find jobs within three months, and found full-time positions. If you’re looking for work or thinking of changing jobs, Owyang’s project is a good starting point for advice.

If you are looking for work or a career transition, make sure to leverage your existing social and professional networks.  You can search for PR jobs on Twitter, use your connections at LinkedIn, or try your local PRSA or IABC chapter.

Of course, Business Wire is currently looking to bring some new people on board – check out the Jobs section at BusinessWire.com for information on positions we’re filling right now.


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