Connected Nation recently released the second report in the six-part Online and In Touch Research Series. The high-level study highlights broadband’s impact on job searches. According to the study, Kentuckians turned to the Internet in search of their next job as broadband availability and adoption increased. Among other details, the study finds that:
- One third (31%) of adult residents use the Internet to access job searches in Kentucky.
- Nearly half (49%) of Kentuckians with broadband use the Internet to drive a job search.
- Internet job searches continue to grow across the region including urban, suburban and rural areas.
To learn more about the study, click here.
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