Snagajob In The News

The media turns to Snagajob for hourly employment insights.

Ninety-One Percent of Hourly Employers Anticipate Hiring the Same or More Workers This Summer

Snagajob’s Annual Summer Hiring Survey Also Shows an Anticipated Increase in Seasonal Wages Arlington, Va. – April 5, 2016 – Ninety-one percent of hourly employers anticipate hiring the same or more workers this summer compared to last year, according to an annual survey released today by Snagajob, America’s largest and fastest growing hourly employment marketplace….
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Snagajob Expands Hour Minds Program

Agenda Will Focus on the Transition to a Digital, Mobile and Data-Driven Hiring Process Arlington, Virginia – March 30, 2016 – Snagajob, America’s largest marketplace for hourly work, today announced an expanded program for Hour Minds 2016, one of the nation’s leading events on hiring trends in the hourly industry. Taking place April 27-29 in…
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U.S. News & World Reports: 3 Free Apps to Boost Your Job Search

Arnie Fertig, a U.S. News Careers blogger, suggests another app: Snagajob. ​This app, which has the same name as its website, caters to job seekers looking for hourly work. According to its iTunes description, you can search and apply to over 350,000 jobs in industries ranging from restaurants to retail and customer service. ​ Read…
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Forbes: Preparing Your Teen for the Job of Getting a Summer Job

According to a Snagajob survey, “The most important characteristic employers look for in a summer employee is a positive attitude (40%), followed by schedule flexibility (23%), commitment to work the whole summer (19%) and previous experience (18%).” Read more.  

Bloomberg TV: Mobile job hunting made easy

Peter Harrison, chief executive officer at Snagajob, talks with Betty Liu about the increasing amount of part-time jobs available in the U.S. and the move to mobile job hunting with their smartphone app. He speaks on “In The Loop.” Video.

Bloomberg: Holiday hiring breaking records as retailers pay out more

Seasonal job seekers using the website are finding work in an average of 28 days this year compared with 45 days last year, company Chief Executive Officer Peter Harrison said. The Richmond, Virginia-based online matching service focuses on part-time and hourly positions. “There is a lot more activity by employers,” he said. “Clearly there is a very…
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NBC Chicago: New app to help hourly workers find work fast, simple and targeted

Art Norman introduces us to a new app for smart phones to help hourly workers find work fast, simple and targeted. It’s called Snagajob. Video.  

CNN: 50 states, 50 jobs, one honeymoon

Heath, with a little entrepreneurial know-how, contacted, an hourly employment marketplace, to help find hourly workers (which made up 58.8% of the American workforce in 2013, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics) to spotlight during their travels. Read more.

FOX Business: Tips for successfully landing a seasonal Job

Still while the jobs may seem plentiful time is running out. Experts say you’ve only got a few more weeks to land the coveted jobs because companies are already moving into training mode. “Sixty-eight percent of managers said they expect all the positions to be filled in October,” says Peter Harrison, chief executive of job…
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Yahoo: Snagajob app can help you find seasonal work

This smartphone app can help you snag a seasonal job this holiday season. Video.

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