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8 Most Important Hiring Trends for 2014

8 Important N Hiring Trends $) More Expensive Hiring Because employment rates have risen in the tech, healthcare, financial, marketing, and other fields, there aren't as many talented workers to go around. Marketing instead of recruiting Because of the changes in the talent pool, you will have to begin thinking about the long-term. This means developing a strong employer brand that brings talented workers to you. Big data Good marketers use data to reach their audience. Invest in market research to determine the best recruit- ing methods. Combine your strengths in recruiting with the hard data to make the best hiring decisions. Going mobile Seventy percent of job seekers are using their mobile devices to find jobs. You need to make it easy for can- didates to read about and apply for jobs on their mobile devices. More older workers According to the Census Bureau, there will be 40 million workers between the ages of 55 and 64 in 2014. You cannot neglect your older talent pool. 40 million Age: 55-64 yrs Retaining young workers Millennial workers are not just looking for jobs. According to Merced Sun Star, they want interesting and challenging work. 34500 Shortage of STEM grads Expect a shortage of graduates in the science, tech, engineering, and math fields. You'll need to amp up your recruitment game. Tech positions Despite the shortage, there will be an increase in hiring for employees with skills in advanced manufacturing and cyber-physical systems, according to Stay tuned to Hire Daily for ongoing news on these trends throughout the year at: or Source: Sponsored by: Hire Daily

8 Most Important Hiring Trends for 2014

shared by joelcheesman on Feb 05
What trends should be front-and-center for recruitment and hiring in 2014? We break it down for you. Included are topics of mobile recruiting and big data.




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