Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB via HRMarketer) August 10, 2006 -- First Advantage's Recruiting Solutions Division, formerly TruStar Solutions, announced today the release of a recruitment whitepaper detailing new best practices in targeting and recruiting college and recent-graduate level talent. The whitepaper is non-promotional, and is available for free download at: www.fadvrecruiting.com
What we discovered is a wealth of information supporting the need for companies to re-examine their college-level recruiting strategies.
The whitepaper, which is entitled Recruiting the Connected Generation: College Recruitment in 2006, is designed to give recruiting strategists valuable insight into the changing communication habits of college students. The study combines comprehensive research with practical recommendations for taking a proactive stance in recruiting the best college talent.
"We studied how current market forces are influencing hiring trends as they relate to the college talent market," said the author of the whitepaper, Lindsay Kaufman of First Advantage's Recruiting Solutions Division. "What we discovered is a wealth of information supporting the need for companies to re-examine their college-level recruiting strategies."
'The incredible growth of social networking sites, such as MySpace.com and FaceBook.com, illustrate the intensity of the college student demographics' Internet usage. According to the sites traffic reports, they have 75 and 8 million users respectively, with traffic numbers and member profiles growing on a daily basis...'
'Pique student interest through engaging online experiences. Instead of describing the opportunities available - incorporate the technology students are comfortable using. Why not have a virtual Q&A session with one of your recruiters? Feature a blog written by a first year marketing or finance department associate...'
To download your free copy of this informative whitepaper, visit First Advantage's Recruiting Solutions website at www.fadvrecruiting.com
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