Here are some of the latest recruitment marketing statistics:
– 84% of Job Seekers Use Mobile Devices to Search for Jobs, The Muse
-92% of employers use recruitment marketing in social media to reach talent, according to Recruitment Marketing Report
– Recruitment marketing spend is up 30% from last year, Forbes
– 59% of employers say that recruitment marketing has a high impact on their ability to hire, Recruitment Marketing Report
-86% of job seekers say they use social media for their job search, source: Recruitment Marketing Report
– Recruitment marketing efforts lead to a 45% reduction in cost per hire, Forbes
-71% of employers who use social recruiting say it helped them screen applicants
-80% of employers believe social recruiting has been helpful in finding passive job seekers
-70% say that they have hired applicants from social media
-55% of job seekers use career sites
-39% of job seekers use job boards
– The Average Job Seeker Spends 13 Hours and 40 Minutes Searching for a Job, Recruiterbox
– 51% of Companies Use an Applicant Tracking System (ATS), Workable
– The Average Time to Fill a Position Has Increased from 42 Days in 2010 to 52 Days in 2018, SHRM
– The Cost-Per-Hire Has Also Increased Over the Years, from $1700 in 2010 to $4000 in 2018, Recruiterbox
– 92% of Employers Say that Candidate Experience is Important When Making Hiring Decisions, The Muse
– The Most Important Thing to Job Seekers is Finding a Company with Values that Match Their Own, Indeed
– The Second Most Important Thing to Job Seekers is Finding a Company with a Good Reputation, Indeed
– The Third Most Important Thing to Job Seekers is Finding a Company that is Growing, Indeed
– The Fourth Most Important Thing to Job Seekers is Finding a Company with Good Benefits, Indeed
– 86% of Job Seekers Say That Company Culture is Important When Deciding Whether or Not to Accept a Job Offer, Glassdoor
– The Five Most Important Factors in a Positive Candidate Experience are Clear Communication, Timely Feedback, Respect/Courtesy, Opportunities for Advancement, and Competitive Compensation, Recruiterbox
– 65% of Job Seekers Would Not Apply to a Company Again if they Had a Negative Candidate Experience, Recruiterbox
– Studies show that nearly half of all job seekers (45%) would accept a lower salary in exchange for better benefits. The most popular employee benefits are health insurance (94%), followed by retirement/pension plans (80%), and flexible work hours (77%)., SHRM
– The most popular methods for finding a new job are online job boards (61%), followed by company websites (55%), and recruitment agencies (41%)., Recruiterbox
– 83% of employers say that referrals are their top source of quality hires., The Muse
– 78% of employers say that employee referrals are the best source of quality candidates., Jobvite
– Studies have shown that referred candidates are hired 55% faster than those who come from other sources, and they have a 16% lower turnover rate than other employees., Jobvite
– Employees who are referred by a friend or colleague are also more likely to be a better fit for the job and stay with the company longer., Recruiterbox
– When it comes to making hiring decisions, the most important factor for employers is previous work experience (85%), followed by skills and abilities (72%), and cultural fit (67%)., Recruiterbox
– A study by the Recruitment Process Outsourcing Association (RPOA) found that referred candidates are 20% less likely to leave a job within the first year.
– According to a study by CareerBuilder, nearly 60% of employers are willing to pay a referral bonus.
– The most popular methods for finding referrals are employee Referral Programs (48%), followed by LinkedIn (35%), and Facebook (34%).
– A study by Jobvite found that 72% of employers use social media in their recruitment efforts.
– The most popular social media platforms for recruitment are LinkedIn (94%), Facebook (79%), and Twitter (66%).
These statistics show that recruitment marketing is a vital tool for any business looking to hire quality candidates. Referral programs, social media, and applicant tracking systems are just a few of the many ways that businesses can use recruitment marketing to find the best candidates for their open positions.