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  • 1. The CANDIDATE EXPERIENCE 67 % employed professionals will look for new opportunities in the next 12 months North American Survey - Kelly Global Workforce Index – Kelly Services, 2012, 2012 40 % 44% will read the company website 39% will read news online 36% will research social of job candidates will research a company prior to applying to a job & professional networks North American Survey - CareerBuilder, 2012 At 21 % , Companies that believe brand has a significant impact on ability to hire: the #1 cause for Americans to look for a new job is lack of opportunity or advancement. 85 % 44% 41 % Gen Y 45% of people use social media when making a career/employment decision North American Survey - Kelly Global Workforce Index – Kelly Services, 2012, 2012 Gen X 40% Baby Boomers US Recruiting Trends – Linked In, 2013 Approximately 1,000 applicants notice a job posting online Approximately 200 people begin the application process Approximately 100 complete the application Approximately 25 applications are reviewed by a hiring manager Approximately 5 candidates are interviewed for the opening Approximately 2 Finalists go through final steps in qualification process 1 person is offered the position 80% of the time the candidate accepts Talent Function Group, LLC – The Wall Street Journal, 2012 www.appvault.com

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