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By Megan O'Toole in posted: Nov, 8th 2017

Job Postings That Resonate With Entry-Level Candidates

Entry-level job descriptions are at times a candidate’s first introduction to your organization. While these postings may seem simple to create, it’s crucial to not overlook the power of a well-written and impactful job description. If a job ad sounds dull and uninteresting, this will deter candidates from applying. Moreover, if competitors are taking the […]


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By Megan O'Toole in posted: Nov, 8th 2017

Is Your Website Attracting Entry-Level Candidates?

Many companies today are having a difficult time sourcing high-quality candidates for their entry-level positions. This isn’t because the candidates aren’t out there, it’s just that recruiters are having a hard time finding the “right” candidates for their available jobs. In an attempt to solve this problem, HR managers are constantly considering new methods and […]


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By Megan O'Toole in posted: Nov, 8th 2017

Using Social Media to Recruit Entry-Level Candidates

Over the last decade, social media has hit the world by storm. Facebook alone has more than one billion users. According to Pew Research Center, 70 percent of all Americans are engaged on at least one social media platform. With numbers like this, it should come as no surprise to learn that today, social media […]


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By Megan O'Toole in posted: Nov, 8th 2017

Using Videos to Recruit Entry-Level Candidates

One of the best ways a company can attract entry-level candidates is by using recruitment videos. Recruitment videos are a creative way to showcase a company’s brand, culture, and what an entry-level career path could look like. Continue reading to learn the benefits and best practices for creating and marketing a successful recruitment video targeting […]


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