Your job posting is often your first contact with potential candidates, creating that all-important first impression that’s sure to stick with job seekers for a long, long time.
Plus, your job posting is also the first step in getting job seekers excited about becoming your new employees.
The right job description will give a candidate all of the information they need to ensure the role is a good fit for both them and the business, increasing the likelihood that you make the right hires for your business and get serious applicants.
Here’s how to write the best job description:
When the pandemic first hit the US in full force in March of 2020, it was the beginning of a tailspin where 21 million jobs were lost in America.
Amazingly, we’ve now recouped these jobs in record time (with this rebound happening in just two short years). For perspective, the economy took a painful six years and five months for the job market to fully bounce back during the sluggish recovery from the Great Recession of 2007-2009.
Yet, hiring is elusive for businesses as workers are reluctant to return to the job force as quickly as they exited the workforce. Check out more in our recent Weekly Hourly Hiring Report.