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Become A Social Recruiting #Rockstar: Top 10 Tips From TalentEgg

If you’re hiring students and grads, then it’s no secret that social media is where you need to be. Still, setting up an online account and posting a couple of times does not guarantee that your talent pool will “like” you in droves.

If you’re looking for some inspiration for your social recruiting efforts, then you’ve come to the right place! Employers on TalentEgg are egg-ceptional at using social media to connect with students and new grads.

‘Follow’ their lead with these top 10 tips for social recruiting success.

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How to Make Sure Students and Grads Know About Your Fall Recruitment Season

You’ve organized your events, posted your roles, and you have a solid hiring strategy in place. By all intents and purposes, you are ready to tackle Fall Campus Recruitment Season head on.

Except for one thing – your target talent pool might not know you’re hiring.

For most students, September is all about hitting the books, not the job search. Less than 20% of students are looking for work at this time. However, 70% of employers do the majority of their recruiting in the fall. Therefore, to capture busy students’ attention, your recruitment strategy also needs an effective marketing plan.

The best way to reach students is to go to where they spend the majority of their time – online. Content, social media, and email marketing are some of the best ways to promote your events and opportunities but before you get started, there are two things to remember:

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3 ways to make your online presence stand out to Gen Y

One of the modern professional’s golden rules? Have an online presence.

Students and grads are constantly told that actively managing and optimizing the way they present themselves online can play a key role in the realization of their career goals. The same is true for campus recruiters.

As the face of your employer brand, your goal is to position yourself as a go-to source for career-focused Gen Y, a cohort that is constantly plugged in and connected online.

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