And is What is Mobile Mobile Recruit-Recruitment ment already ? here?
Opinions are still controversial.But can you change the facts?
2000% The rate of mobile web growthover desktop internet (in 2 years)
And Mobile search is growing more than 200% year-on-year..
…it is expected to overtakesearches on desktop PCs by
…it is expected to overtakesearches on desktop PCs by 2014
Already at the end of last yearmore smartphones were sold than PCs
If you deliver news and alerts, onlythrough mobile you can reach thepockets of 33% of the planet
86% of mobileinternet usersare using their devices while watching TV
By 2010 mobile had passed every othertechnology in its number of users subscriptions Today, in April 2012, it has 6 Billion, in a planet of 7 Billion people!
00000000000000 France thinks of using 14 digits mobile phonenumbers by 2014 as there seems to be too much demand for available numbers
Are mobile users ready to be the mobile job seekers?
Only in UK 2.8Maccess job listings onmobile every monthand it is growing fast…
67% of them aevery day ccess
13M mins per month spentbrowsing career sites in UK
72%would be interested in receiving information oncareer opportunities via mobile
52% haven’tapplied for job onmobile
BUT 79% out of them would like to do that if they could
84% thinkthat companies need to have mobileenabled sites
Users want two things: They want the mobileaccessibility they want it NOW
They want betterpersonalised mobile services =apps and web apps and again- they want it NOW
Personal ConvenienceImmediacy are the core factors that will make mobile’s role in job hunting grow
What candidates expect?
Search and matching Job alerts Track application status Location based servicesCompany info and connections Easy way to apply Tips for a good application Contact and communicate with recruiter Career related eventsSharing on social media
candidates are already seeking for mobile recruitment. Is your company READY FOR IT?
Mobile cannot beignored anymore nor in business neither in Recruitment
The question:”Should a company have a mobile site?”is the same irrelevant as it would be asking ”Should a company have a webpage?”
The right question is:”How can we improve our services through mobile and attract more users/customers by doing so?”
Mobile cannot be ignored by anyindustry or company if it doesn’t want to be wiped out from the business in the next 5 years. It is replacing the traditional web and it is doing it really fast.