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The Monster Intelligence studies, "Nursing: Job Seeker Activity" and "Nursing: Recruiter Activity & Best Practices" examines job seeker and recruiting activity on Monster within the United States for 2008.
This tour inside Monster will help guide strategic recruiting to the next level and make the use of Monster products as effective as possible.
View the Nursing: Job Seeker Activity and Nursing: Recruiter Activity & Best Practices reports for 2008 courtesy of Monster Intelligence.
Job seekers continue to look to Monster for nursing employment opportunities. By theNursing candidates are actively searching for employment opportunities on Monster. The demand for skilled nursing professionals in the U.S. remains elevated. Nursing jobThe Internet continues to be the preferred information hub for nursing recruitment.
Nursing job seekers find online job boards to be the most useful resource over other sources
when looking for new job opportunities. Major parties involved in nurse staffing concerns,
including advocacy groups, professional associations, placement firms, and the large job
boards have created an extensive online web through which nurses may network, obtain
professional information, and shop jobs.
first quarter of 2008 there were over 408,000 nursing resumes registered in the Monster U.S.
resume database which is composed of certified nursing assistants/aides, registered nurses,
licensed practical nurses and licensed vocational nurses. Compared to the higher growth of
2006, the number of new nursing resumes in the U.S. reported moderate growth of 11%
year-over-year. On average, over 12,000 new resumes are added monthly.
On average each month, job seekers perform nearly 2 million job searches across various
U.S. locations within the nursing categories. Year-to-date, job searches in the nursing
categories have grown 12% over the same period in 2005.
postings on Monster grew 65% in 2007 over a year ago. As predicted by the Bureau of
Labor Statistics Healthcare recruiters will continue to face a shortfall of nurses in the U.S.