Study: People spend less time reading job ads than they think

05/2/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

Job seekers spend an average of 49.7 seconds reading a job add before dismissing it and 76.7 seconds reading ads that interest them, according to an eye-tracking study conducted by TheLadders. Many of the people who participated in the study claimed they spend one to five minutes reading each job ad, and some said they spend up to 10 minutes.

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