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Hire or Fire: Who Would Job Seekers Pick for the Country’s Top Job?

HIRE OR FIRE Who Would Job Seekers Pick for the Country's Top Job? CCKCL2 ICKLOL CLIC According to a recent Beyond.com survey, active and passive job seekers who lack a sense of career security favor Governor Romney, while those who feel more secure favor President Obama. PASSIVE JOB SEEKERS DO YOU FEEL SECURE IN YOUR CURRENT JOB? If President Obama is hired, JOB SEEKERS VOTING FOR JOB SEEKERS VOTING FOR of ROMNEY 56% OBAMA Republican job seekers will not explore new job opportunities, while 37% 60% SECURE 37% SECURE 60% NOT SECURE 63% NOT SECURE 40% of 41% *Passive jobs seekers are looking while employed, as opposed to out of work. Democratic ACTIVE JOB SEEKERS job seekers will avoid changing jobs if Governor Romney is hired. I BELIEVE THERE ARE JOBS OUT THERE FOR ME. JOB SEEKERS VOTING FOR JOB SEEKERS VOTING FOR ROMNEY OBAMA 62% 84% TRUE 62% TRUE 84% FALSE 38% FALSE 16% IF THE BATTLE FOR THE WHITE HOUSE WAS DECIDED BY JOB SEEKERS, HOW WOULD EACH STATE SWING? ELECTORAL VOTES Perhaps these California job seekers are actors trying to find work as Republicans. Surprised that job seekers caused Mississippi and Georgia to swing blue – Romney should keep an eye on these two states. 279 OBAMA 259 ROMNEY THE POPULAR VOTE The way the How job seekers in each party plan to vote 7% 10% OF DEMOCRATS PLAN TO VOTE FOR ROMNEY OF REPUBLICANS PLAN TO VOTE FOR Presidential candidates OBAMA talk about JOBS and A A A A A A A. EMPLOYMENT will OF REPUBLICANS PLAN TO VOTE FOR OF DEMOCRATS PLAN TO VOTE FOR 93% 90% have a major impact ROMNEY OBAMA on job seekers' voting decision – regardless AAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAA. AAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAA. AAAAAAAAA of where they live. AFTER THE ELECTION, JOB SEEKERS BELIEVE THE MOST JOB OPPORTUNITIES WILL BE CREATED IN: MANUFACTURING HEALTHCARE 39% 26% 25% FINANCE 6% 4% TECHNOLOGY- -RETAIL WHICH FACTORS WILL HAVE THE GREATEST IMPACT ON THE GROWTH OF MIDDLE CLASS JOBS? JOB SEEKERS VOTING FOR JOB SEEKERS VOTING FOR ROMNEY OBAMA SMALL BUSINESS 31% SMALL BUSINESS 20% POLITICS 17% POLITICS 18% BUSINESS LEADERS 8% BUSINESS LEADERS 9% ECONOMY 44% ECONOMY 53% BE OND.com. JOIN US ON FACEBOOK AT WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/BEYONDCAREERS FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @BEYONDJOBS Data provided by: A Beyond.com survey of 5,603 visitors to Beyond.com, The Career Network, from August 23 – September 19, 2012. Membership in The Career Network was not required. The margin of error was plus or minus 1.31 percentage points. Additional Sources: Real Clear Politics (http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/president/2012_elections_electoral_college_map.html) Illustrations: FunnyShirts.org Contact: Julie Shenkman at JulieS@Beyond.com or 1-866-694-JOBS

Hire or Fire: Who Would Job Seekers Pick for the Country’s Top Job?

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With the 2012 Presidential Election just weeks away, we asked job seekers and professionals who they plan to vote for come November 6th. We also asked the survey participants if they’re optimistic ...

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