Magazine article Workforce

Web Job Ads Are for Everyone

Magazine article Workforce

Web Job Ads Are for Everyone

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The Buzz

Digital Recruiting

That's your image of the online job seeker? Is it a college grad? Is it someone in IT or a "knowledge worker"?

Actually, 47 percent of visitors to companies' career Web sites do not have four-year college degrees, according to "Perception vs. Reality: Jobseeker Behavior Online," a report by iLogos Research, a division of Recruitsoft. The study surveyed 1,543 individuals via the career Web sites of four Fortune 500 companies.

Twenty-three percent of the job seekers had only high-school educations; 22 percent had completed two-year college degrees. Two percent reported that they had "some high school" education. On the other end of the education spectrum, 39 percent of visitors to the sites had four-year college degrees. Thirteen percent had master's degrees. Only 2 percent had doctorates.

The research shows that a broad range of visitors comes to corporate career Web sites, and so companies should not limit their postings to just "information age" jobs, according to iLogos. …

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