As we all know, the standard work week for most folks in the US runs Monday thru Friday. Saturdays and Sundays are typically filled with personal activities away from the workplace (family time, hobbies, chores, relaxation, etc..). Time spent "working for the man" drastically declines over the weekends.
What about the people who find themselves in the unfortunate position of being unemployed? What does their time break-down look like? As any career or outplacement service will tell you, searching for that next job should become a full-time endeavor. Many suggest aligning your job search day as you would have scheduled your work day. From looking at the stats on our job board (http://www.eMarketingSilo.com), it appears folks take this advice to heart. We can see a fairly prevalent historical trend in regard to activity from job seekers... Job Views drop by almost 75% on the weekends!
Now, I'm not aware of any company nor Job Board who turns their servers and computer systems off over the weekend. One can still login, view and submit an application to job postings on Saturdays and Sundays.