What is your Mobile Recruitment Strategy? – Infographic

 

More than ever job seekers are using mobile devices to browse for career opportunities over the internet.

A LinkedIn survey revealed that 72% view company pages for career opportunities while 64% browse for them on company social media pages. More than half of the survey sample indicate they check company career pages for job opportunities from time to time.

However, only a few businesses have their career pages optimized for the mobile. Fewer still have invested enough to make their application process painless on a mobile.

Is your company career page optimized for mobile devices?

What is your Mobile Recruitment Strategy? Infographic

 
About the Author:

Rob Rawson is a co-founder of Staff.com, a global recruitment platform where you can access very talented staff at affordable rates. They also have a technology called Time Doctor which is software to improve productivity and help keep track and know what your team is working on, even when working from home.

Rob resides in Sydney, Australia but can also be found in major cities around the globe, like Paris, Kiev or San Francisco.

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2 Comments

  1. michael@mrec.net says:

    Where did you get the stat re: “1 Billion job searches done per month on mobile”?

    • Admin says:

      Hello Michael,

      We are very sorry for the wrong attribution. It should be MREC13, like it is now. Thank you for pointing that out.


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