Fifty-two million Americans have looked online for information about jobs, and more than 4 million do so on a typical day. Overall, these figures represent a more than 60% jump in the number of online job hunters from March 2000 when we first asked about the subject. Moreover, there has been about a 33% hike in the daily traffic related to job searching.

Some 50% of online men had sought job information, compared to 44% of online women. On a typical day, twice as many online men are job hunting as women. More here.