Posted December 04, 2014 by

Less is More in Recruiting

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Recruitment concept on blue background with world map and social icons. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Have you ever noticed how recruiting ‘experts’ and ‘pundits’ tell you that – more is better?

It isn’t. What’s the use of getting hundreds of applicants if they aren’t high quality? When you’re on the line for filling your organization’s open positions, you need quality applicants that meet your needs – not dozens of ‘poor fits’.  Wouldn’t you rather get 20 applications and have 10 of them be good fits than get 200 applications and have 12 of them be good fits?

So how can you narrow your recruiting efforts and hone in on the right candidates? Simple – use the niche focus of College Recruiter. We only target college grads and students – which means that you automatically get better fits for your entry-level openings.

But that’s not all. We drive up quality in other ways, too. You can zero in on the exact sub-set of our 17 million candidates that you need by getting your email or display (banner) ad in front of just the right grads and students basked upon their school, year of graduation, major, diversity, geography, and more.

Don’t settle for anything less that the ‘best fit’ for your recruiting efforts.

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