Facebook on Wednesday revealed its answer to LinkedIn. The company’s Social Jobs app is a program that allows users to search for and ultimately land job interviews.
Recent survey’s have shown that more internet users are turning to social networking to find jobs and company’s have been following suit. Unfortunately with lazy people submitting applications from behind their computer screens many company’s are met with hundreds, even thousands of unqualified apps. read more
Before the days of LinkedIn and the Facebook app Branch OutÂ recruiters looking for employees had to rely on resume websites (Monster, CareerBuilder), emailed resumes from interested parties and even headhunting agencies that specialized in finding resumes online.
Now thanks to digital recruiting platforms employers can quickly and efficiently find potential employees with the skills they require.
Thanks to the team atÂ Â JobviteÂ we now have a nicely integrated infographic that shows how far “social job recruiting” has come since the 1990s.
According to a recentÂ Pew ResearchÂ estimate 65% of job seekers now use social media to look for new jobs. Jobvite found that 49% of people already holding down a job will use social recruiting websites to find a new job in 2012 while 55% of company’s plan to invest more money for social recruiting this year. read more