40% of job descriptions with the exact same skill requirements have completely different titles. This is according to research done by Duke Professor Sharique Hasan and is what he dubs the ‘language gap’ in hiring.
As a part of the industry responsible for machine learning, AI, and the ‘cloud’, it’s not at all surprising that tech recruiters are early adopters. Back in the heyday of job boards and ‘post-’n-pray’, tech recruiters shifted their focus towards passive candidates. And now, as most companies practice passive sourcing in some shape or form, the most successful tech recruiters rely on intelligent tools to give them a competitive edge.
As the baby boomer generation ages, the number of job openings in healthcare is projected to skyrocket. Currently that number already far exceeds the supply of healthcare professionals, 1.1 million to 689,000.
With the demand expected to only increase, how can healthcare recruiters find success? Taking a closer look at responses from healthcare recruiters in the 2019 Recruiting Automation Trends Report, we’ve uncovered some answers.
The 2019 Recruiting Automation Trends Report has unveiled this year’s most important trends in recruiting, from the ways in which organizations leverage recruiting automation to the most successful strategies for bolstering diversity and mitigating unconscious bias in hiring.
Each year we survey hundreds of TA professionals to uncover the leading trends, practices, and challenges facing recruiters and piece these together in our annual Recruiting Trends Report. Last year, amongst many interesting findings, our 2018 report shed some much needed light on the important role recruiting automation has begun to play within the most successful talent organizations.
Back in 2015 we published one of our most popular articles to date reporting on the highest paying recruiter salaries in the industry. We couldn’t believe some of the incredibly high salaries top-performing recruiters were able to rack in.