On May 22, Smileops announced the results of a survey on trends in job change conducted in response to the expansion of the new coronavirus infection. The survey period was April 28, 2020, and the survey was conducted by “Job Curjob” users, with 524 valid responses.
About 3% of people who have been notified of selection interruptions or cancellations
Have you ever been notified by your company of suspension of selection or cancellation of an offer due to the effects of the new coronavirus infection?
When asked if he felt uneasy about the situation in which the new coronavirus infection spread, he replied that he felt a little uneasy. Specifically, the overwhelming majority of people were concerned that they would be less likely to be adopted due to the economic impact.
When asked if the company had been notified of a suspension of selection or cancellation of a job offer due to the effects of the new coronavirus infection, 71 respondents said that there was no impact. On the other hand, 16% were notified of the suspension of the selection process, 10% were “notified of the cancellation of the job offer”, and a total of 29% of those affected by the decision were notified.
When asked if the new coronavirus infection affects the timing of his career change, he found that 48% of job seekers were still motivated to change jobs. On the other hand, “delayed” was 36″, and “It was early” was 17.1.
When asked if they felt they were affected by the new coronavirus infection, 96% said they felt it was difficult to select a company to change jobs, followed by 79, and 79% said they would not be able to proceed with interviewing activities, and the top positions were related to contacts with employers.