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Number of Out-of-Town Job Candidates (from Distant Cities, States) in the Last 12 Months Compared With Previous Years. n = 421. Reasons For Increase in Out-of-Town Job Candidates. n = 131.

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Number of Out-of-Town Job Candidates (from Distant Cities, States) in the Last 12 Months Compared With Previous Years

n = 421


Reasons for increase in out of town job candidates
Reasons For Increase in Out-of-Town Job Candidates States) in the Last 12 Months Compared With Previous Years

n = 131

Note: Excludes respondents whose organizations have not seen an increase in out-of-town job candidates compared to previous years. Other category include type of position and industry. Percentages do not total 100% due to multiple response options. Respondents were asked to select their top 2 reasons.


Reasons for increase in out of town job candidates by organization region
Reasons For Increase in Out-of-Town Job Candidates (by Organization Region)

Note: Sample sizes are based on the actual number of respondents answering the question using the provided response options; however, the percentages shown are based on the actual number of respondents by organization region who answered the question using the provided response options. Excludes respondents whose organizations have not seen an increase in out-of-town job candidates compared to previous years.


For out-of-town job candidates that accept a position at your organization, are you finding that the following situations are increasing, no different than in the past or decreasing?


For out-of-town job candidates that accept a position at your organization, are you finding that the following situations are increasing, no different than in the past or decreasing? (by Organization Staff Size)

Note: Sample sizes are based on the actual number of respondents answering the question using the provided response options; however, the percentages shown are based on the actual number of respondents by organization staff size who answered the question using the provided response options.


For out-of-town job candidates that accept a position at your organization, are you finding that the following situations are increasing, no different than in the past or decreasing? (by Organization Region)

Note: Sample sizes are based on the actual number of respondents answering the question using the provided response options; however, the percentages shown are based on the actual number of respondents by organization region who answered the question using the provided response options.


Level of Agreement Regarding the Increase in Number of Job Candidates Willing to Commute Longer Distances for Work in the Next 12 Months

n = 394


Demographics
Demographics Candidates Willing to Commute Longer Distances for Work in the Next 12 Months


Demographics cont d
Demographics cont’d Candidates Willing to Commute Longer Distances for Work in the Next 12 Months


Methodology
Methodology Candidates Willing to Commute Longer Distances for Work in the Next 12 Months

  • Response rate = 15%

  • Sample comprised of 425 randomly selected HR professionals from SHRM’s membership.

  • Margin of error is +/- 5%.

  • Survey fielded the week of May 19, 2008


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