Job seeker

A job-seeker is a person who is either employed or unemployed and looking for work.

  • Job-hopping, generally defined as spending less than two years in a position, can be an easy path to a higher salary — but experts caution that bouncing from position to position can be a serious red flag to prospective employers. Unfortunately, the majority of workers — 64 percent — favor job-hopping, according to a new survey by our recruitment agency in Thailand, Fischer & Partners. That’s up 22% from a similar survey four years ago. Not surprisingly, millennial workers felt the most favorably about changing jobs frequently, with 75% of employees under 34 stating that job-hopping could benefit their careers.


  • Leadership skills are abilities that help you guide your team to meeting individual, group, department, and organizational goals. They are considered a type of soft skill, because they’re usually not easily learned or quantified.


  • What's the best way to talk about weaknesses at job interviews? When you’re asked about weaknesses, it's important to respond carefully. You don't want to cast any doubt on your ability to do the job. However, you also don’t want to come across as arrogant or dishonest by claiming that you don’t have any weaknesses.


  • "What is your greatest strength?" may seem like one of the easier job interview questions you'll be asked. But for many candidates, it can be tricky—either they're too modest in their response or they fail to highlight on-target strengths. 


Job seeker

We define a job-seeker as the person who wants to change their current work. They can be employed, unemployed, a new graduate, or someone seeking to move from being a business owner to an employee role.