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The 5 Types Of Highly Desirable Passive Student And New Grad Candidates & How To Reach Them

Sometimes the best candidates aren’t the ones looking for a job.

There are many students and new grads out there that might not be actively seeking employment at that moment, but if the right position came along, they would definitely be interested and very qualified.

Maybe they’re continuing their education, or taking some time off to travel – whatever the case may be, these types of passive student and new grad candidates are a highly underrated group worth a second look by employers. For example pursuing a postgraduate degree or certificate shows a high level of dedication that many employers look for in new hires. An added bonus? Since they’re not on the job hunt, these individuals are not likely to be interviewing with other companies.

To help you attract this hidden talent pool, we’ve examined five types of highly desirable passive candidates and the required steps to reach them.

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The 3 Things Students And Grads Want From Your Career Website

For many students and grads, your campus career website will be their first impression of your company.

So, if you want to hire the best, you need to have an egg-ceptional online presence. You also need to know what job seekers expect from your career site so you can develop a resource that suits their needs. Fortunately, a recent research report from Talent Board has provided some valuable insights on this very topic.

After surveying 100,000 candidates from 200 companies, their findings revealed the top 3 things job seekers want from your career site. Read on to see how your company stacks up!

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How To Get The Most Out Of The TalentEgg Awards & Conference

The TalentEgg Campus Recruitment Excellence Awards and Conference is an exhilarating rush of presentations, conversations, and break-out sessions.

From inspirational keynotes to real-world campus recruiting insights, we’ll be covering a lot of information over the course of one day. Therefore, if you want to maximize your experience, you need to be prepared. After all, it’s not every day that you get to attend an event like this!

To ensure you’re making the most of your time, here are a few things that every TalentEgg Awards attendee should do.

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How To Break Out Of Your Campus Recruiting Comfort Zone

It happens to the best of us.

You start settling into a comfortable work routine and, before you know it, that routine becomes a rut. You’re doing the same things, day in and day out, and while you may be keeping everything afloat, you have a nagging feeling that you could be doing a lot more to take your recruiting practice to the next level.

So how do you move past a career plateau? By changing things up! There are many ways to do this – you can start small by making little adjustments to your daily workflow, or go big by starting a new company project.

Here are a few fun ways for campus recruiters to break out of their comfort zone.

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