Influence of social media on job offer acceptance in the United Kingdom (UK) 2014

This statistic shows the influence of comments read on social media on accepting a job offer in the United Kingdom in 2014. Among employed professionals who had been looking for a job or had been approached about a new job on social media, 6 percent said comments made them less inclined to accept a job offer.

Was your decision to accept a job offer influenced by comments you have read on social media about the employer?

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Source

Release date

May 2014

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

2014

Number of respondents

209 respondents

Special properties

All working adults who have been looking for a job/been approached on a job UK

Supplementary notes

Age of respondents not specified.
Month of survey not specified.

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