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Social Media – Recruiters and Job Seekers Usage (Infographic)

While social recruiting is by no means a new trend (we are living in the year 2015 after all), it’s processes and it’s nuances are evolving all the time, and it’s importance in recruiting continues to grow. Back in 2010, 78% of recruiters were using LinkedIn to find candidates. 5 years later that percentage has risen to 95%. Similarly, 2010 saw just 14% of recruiters posting jobs on Twitter. That figure has now risen to a whopping 95%! The potential for employee referrals on Twitter has also risen from 16% in 2010, to 93% in 2015.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Infographic: How Recruiters and Job Seekers Use Social Media by @sioffy.

 

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