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Hourly Hiring Trends

Tipping, Like Everything Else, is Changing Fast

The service industry is changing. Delivery and touch-less payments are just two examples of how technology, COVID, and a changing workforce have created shifts in the management of restaurants, bars, hotels, and more.

Tom Quinn |

3 reasons business can’t hire enough workers today

We surveyed 3,000+ hourly workers and employers to explore their thinking on today's workplace

Darrell Jones |

Demand for workers remains strong as businesses look to this week’s job report

Weekly Hourly Hiring Report 7/6/2022

Mathieu Stevenson |

Employer insights on hiring hourly workers

We asked fellow businesses what they're doing to hire this summer

Darrell Jones |

How employers are changing their hiring strategy

Highlights from our recent Summer Hourly Hiring Report

Darrell Jones |

As today’s workplace culture changes, consider this a wake-up call for businesses

Weekly Hourly Hiring Report 6/29/2022

Mathieu Stevenson |

5 reasons hourly workers are quitting their jobs

Snagajob surveyed 3,000+ hourly workers to explore the changes in today's workplace culture

Darrell Jones |

Workers are noticing big changes since 2019

Survey of 3,000+ employees shows shift in workplace attitudes

Darrell Jones |

Hourly workers are re-thinking priorities in summer work

Browse a quick snapshot of the changing landscape of today's workplace

Darrell Jones |

What Businesses Should Expect from Fourth of July 2022

The Fourth of July is coming back in full force. In 2022, more cities are hosting events, more people are traveling, and more money should be spent during a busy three-day weekend. With a bit of preparation, your business can make the most of the holiday!

Tom Quinn |

Beyonce (oh, and economists too) weigh in on the worker renaissance and how reimagined hiring is a win for everyone

Weekly Hourly Hiring Report 6/22/2022

Mathieu Stevenson |

This summer, workers are looking to change jobs.

We surveyed over 3,000 hourly workers to find out what's on their minds.

Darrell Jones |