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1. KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE
To effectively advertise opportunities, you must think like your target audience. While
To begin with, you can eliminate the word “job” from your vocab. They’re looking for jobs that will allow them to advance in their careers. While 75 percent of Gen Zers indicated they’re willing to start at the bottom, 65 percent said the possibility for advancement is one of their top considerations when it comes to choosing a job. Make sure you give them opportunities to advance in your company and highlight this in your job description, along with the salary rate, benefits, and culture. These are some of the most important details for job seekers to see.College Recruiter believes that every student and recent graduate deserves a great career. If you're having trouble finding qualified employees, a solution may be closer than you think: local universities.Click To Tweet
2. ENGAGE WITH LOCAL SCHOOLS
Don’t just post a position on Indeed or one of the other prominent job sites and wait for people to apply. Take the initiative to contact colleges and universities in your area! Attending career fairs and meeting with students, posting information on bulletin boards, and networking with school personnel who may know possible hiring are all examples of this.
3. USE SOCIAL MEDIA
To attract potential applications, we also propose placing sponsored advertisements on these websites. It may be more cost-effective than paying for job boards.
4. PRIORITIZE “FIT”
When it comes to
5. BUILD RELATIONSHIPS
Building a talent pipeline and strengthening your
Bring your top-performing local high school graduates to campus events to help your company connect with current students. Recent graduates have established networks via which you can hunt for talent, and as successful employees, they can show applicants what they can achieve if they come to work for you.
Extend your reach beyond the booths at career fairs. Get to know a professor from a department, such as computer science, and have that department hold an information session. Alternatively, if you find a student organization whose mission fits with your company’s, have its members publicize your visit.
While efforts on social media and mobile platforms undoubtedly help with university recruiting, actual discussions make the most lasting effects. You’ll be well on your way to creating a strong and productive campus talent pipeline by making personal ties.
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