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I just wonder, are the global searches much fewer than US searches currently?

(Assuming I understand correctly what they are.)

Right now it is at 1725 Global Searches. You people in the US, what do you see?

4 hours later it is at 1727 searches. So not exactly a torrent of searches.

Update: Thanks for the answer. I see "Global Searches" is changed to "Total Searches". Excellent.

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I don't think the US searches are listed. – Georg Schölly Jan 4 '10 at 21:37
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Global searches just means "searches". It does not mean US versus non-US.

More live employer search data is available now for everyone:

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By the way, when I found your podcast around number 40-50, I first listened to ALL the backlog and has been hooked to every podcast since. So far I am drinking the KoolAid... – Prof. Falken Jan 5 '10 at 12:37
Anyway, couldn't you leak some info in the next podcast about what "topics" employers search for the most? – Prof. Falken Jan 5 '10 at 12:41

You can assume that the employers are the same as the
In which case they are 95% USA with a few in London/Cambridge (UK)

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