Sources of Online Job Traffic [Infographic]

Where does online job traffic come from?As a hiring tool, the internet has all but killed newspaper classifieds. Will social media do the same thing to online job boards?

TribeHR tracked one case study—a developer job that was recently posted. They examined how people arrived at the job post, as well as how long they stay on the post and whether they applied or not.

This infographic outlines the results TribeHR study, and can be useful for anyone looking to recruit staff, predict the future trends in human resources, employ the latest innovations to their recruiting process, or have a better social media presence—at all levels of the organization.

Infographic after the jump…

Where does online job traffic come from?


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