ScottM - 4:46 pm on May 9, 2013 (gmt 0)
We are fortunate enough to live in a part of the country where the unemployment rate is very low. In fact, it is so low we are having difficulty getting people to apply for jobs when they open up.
(Our competition has taken to radio advertising for current openings. The unemployment rate is THAT low.)
I have come to the conclusion that we just aren't advertising the openings in the right media. We used to advertise openings in the local newspaper years ago (something like $20/week). NOW, they want $100+ or something like that, and we aren't sure that the newspaper reaches that many people any longer. (So many college students don't even really read the local paper.)
We want to start listing openings online, but we have no idea what particular job listing board most people use in our area. It is my guess that it is a large mixture of various sites.
So...my questions are:
Do all of these "job listing sites" all use pretty much the same data? From some feed? If so, where does one add a listing and get listed over the majority of them?
It would be nice to know if you listed an opening with say, 'Monster', that your opening would be fed to all the other job listing sites.
Is there anything like this?