After Six Years, Shelly Mudd, Jobs2Careers CRO, Embarks on New Adventure

by Samantha Smith on Jul 20, 2017

It is with heartfelt gratitude that Jobs2Careers bids farewell to Chief Revenue Officer Shelly Mudd after six years of service to—or rather, the building of—Jobs2Careers. Shelly was a founding member of Jobs2Careers back when it was a three-person company just starting out under CEO Bruce Ge.
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[Webinar] Healthcare Recruiting in 2017—Data, not Intuition

by Kelly Love Johnson on Jul 19, 2017

A healthcare recruiter’s biggest challenge in 2017 is the same as it’s always been: finding enough qualified hires to fill the high demand of specialized positions. The reasons may change, but the pain point remains the same. Advertising technology has made giant leaps in the past few years, and can uncover candidates and save recruiters time like never before.
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How to Find the Sweet Spot in Your Job Ads

by Kelly Love Johnson on Jul 13, 2017

We’ve written about best practices for writing job ads before, but we wanted to share a simple version that hits the high points and makes it easy to put into practice now. When a candidate reads a job ad they should be saying to themselves "this is a company I’d want to work for."
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From Followers to Funnel...Tap Your Social Networks to Make Hires

by Emily Ceskavich on Jul 10, 2017

When the subject of social media comes up in the recruitment world, there’s often a lopsided focus on the marketing side: Employer branding, Facebook ads, driving website traffic to your careers page, highlighting your employees, and so on.
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What Millennials Want and How Staffing Must Adapt to Recruit Them

by Kelly Love Johnson on Jul 5, 2017

It seems like everyone with staffing demands is trying to solve the “millennial puzzle.” Like any generation, you can’t put 100% of a group into a single bucket, but what you can do is step back and take a look at your staffing strategy. Has it changed in the past year? Two years?
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My Jobs, My Content, My Moat: No Thank You, Google.

by Thad Price on Jun 27, 2017

Many moons ago, there once was a job search engine crawling job boards, career sites, newspapers, and communities for job content. This job search engine decided that Craigslist would be an invaluable resource for users in their pursuit to offer users "one search, all jobs."  
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