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Recruiting the Modern Job Seeker: What You Need to Know

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Recruiting the Modern Job Seeker: What You Need to Know

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56% of recruiters are hurting for qualified candidates. Are you happy with your pipeline of quality candidates? Do you know what makes the qualified job seeker tick?

Join Jobvite's VP of Marketing, Matt Singer, and learn what’s driving the modern job seeker, what they want in a new position, and how to use this information to your recruiting advantage.

This presentation will highlight:

- How your location affects job seekers’ job outlooks
- Which benefits are most important to your candidates (besides $$)
- Where job seekers say they found their best and most satisfying jobs

56% of recruiters are hurting for qualified candidates. Are you happy with your pipeline of quality candidates? Do you know what makes the qualified job seeker tick?

Join Jobvite's VP of Marketing, Matt Singer, and learn what’s driving the modern job seeker, what they want in a new position, and how to use this information to your recruiting advantage.

This presentation will highlight:

- How your location affects job seekers’ job outlooks
- Which benefits are most important to your candidates (besides $$)
- Where job seekers say they found their best and most satisfying jobs

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  • Speaker: Matt  Transition to Ty
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  • Try new job boards, tailored to new geographies, disciplines, or groups, like Dice or through job aggregators like JobTarget
    Make sure that you’re looking at your conversions along all of your job boards. Don’t go in blind.
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  • Speaker: Matt; then Ty
  • Notes: Job seekers don’t want drastically different things than from years past. For better or for worse, money is still their top priority.

  • Try new job boards, tailored to new geographies, disciplines, or groups, like Dice or through job aggregators like JobTarget
    Make sure that you’re looking at your conversions along all of your job boards. Don’t go in blind.

  • Try new job boards, tailored to new geographies, disciplines, or groups, like Dice or through job aggregators like JobTarget
    Make sure that you’re looking at your conversions along all of your job boards. Don’t go in blind.

  • Try new job boards, tailored to new geographies, disciplines, or groups, like Dice or through job aggregators like JobTarget
    Make sure that you’re looking at your conversions along all of your job boards. Don’t go in blind.

  • Try new job boards, tailored to new geographies, disciplines, or groups, like Dice or through job aggregators like JobTarget
    Make sure that you’re looking at your conversions along all of your job boards. Don’t go in blind.
  • Speaker: Matt
    The wealth of insight into your company mission, its culture, strategies, and salaries are all available to candidates through social media pages Glassdoor, google searches, (if you’re SaaS) through review sites for your products, or their peers in the industry
    Work with your marketing team, work with them to include fun culture tips and stories
    Or if you have the bandwidth, create social handles for your jobs or for your company culture. If you don’t, then

  • Try new job boards, tailored to new geographies, disciplines, or groups, like Dice or through job aggregators like JobTarget
    Make sure that you’re looking at your conversions along all of your job boards. Don’t go in blind.

  • Try new job boards, tailored to new geographies, disciplines, or groups, like Dice or through job aggregators like JobTarget
    Make sure that you’re looking at your conversions along all of your job boards. Don’t go in blind.
  • Speaker: Claire
  • Speaker: Claire

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