Discovering The Hidden Job Market [EPISODE 16] #Podcast

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In this week’s podcast episode titled – “Discovering The Hidden Job Market”, I made an exposition on how job seekers can discover the hidden job market.

The Job market is usually described as a market in which employers of labour search for employees and employees search for jobs. It is important to note that the job market is not a physical place but it is a labor economics concept demonstrating the competition and interplay between different labor forces.

Widely, it is believed that, the job market can grow or shrink depending on the labor demand and supply within the overall economy, specific industries, for specific education levels or specific job functions.

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A Job market operates similarly as a physical market does, this connotes that a good understanding of market dynamics would help us understand the job market better.

In this episode, you will learn:

  • That in the world of business, there is a strong belief that two types of market exist – the open market and the hidden market.
  • What the open job market and hidden job market are.
  • How you can re-invent your job search approach by adopting 3 key tactics to discovering hidden job opportunities.

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Happy listening 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Discovering The Hidden Job Market [EPISODE 16] #Podcast”

  1. I listened to your podcast. Nice one! Thanks for sharing these thoughts.

    Hidden Job Market.. ?

    I must confess that I have never heard that term before. Well, maybe it is because I am not a job seeker. Or, I was simply listening to the “wrong” podcasts. 🙂 Yet, it is good to know. Thank you very much for sharing.

    1. Sefa, 😀

      Yeah, it does exist. You are an employer of labour, reason why you may not know it exist 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by to listen to the podcast and dropping a comment.

      Cheers 🙂

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