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Australian Healthcare Professionals on LinkedIn

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LinkedIn Talent Solutions recently analysed its healthcare membership to identify where to find talent, who the top employers are and what healthcare professionals are interested in on LinkedIn.
This infographic presents a summary of the key findings of LinkedIn's Australian Healthcare Professionals Report.

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Australian Healthcare Professionals on LinkedIn

  1. 1. AUSTRALIAN HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS REPORT 2015 Demand for health talent outstrips supply1 Some specialists are even more in demand than others Ability to make an impact is more important to Australian healthcare professionals than the wider Australian professional community LinkedIn Talent Solutions recently analysed its healthcare membership to identify where to find talent, who the top employers are and what healthcare professionals are interested in on LinkedIn. This infographic presents a summary of the key findings of LinkedIn's Australian Healthcare Professionals Report. The report uncovered that there is high demand and high supply in almost all Australian metropolitan areas. The exception to this is Adelaide. So if you are looking for talent, try Adelaide! Passive recruitment Health professionals on LinkedIn are growing Attract top talent Demand High Demand Saturated Small Markets Untapped Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Perth Adelaide New South Wales Queensland Newcastle Victoria Canberra Other 51,731 50,083 30,595 20,115 15,105 9,448 7,796 5,593 4,856 4,655 23,6445 There are 235K+ Health Care Professionals on LinkedIn in Australia TOPREGIONS 236,445 TOTAL TALENT POOL Note: Size of bubble indicates size of pool. Higher demand index means that professionals are receiving more contact from recruiters than peers in other regions Source: LinkedIn member data, as at October 2015 gynaecologist radiologist sonographer general practitioner physiotherapist nurse occupational therapist midwife rehabilitation consultant psychiatrist anesthetist orthopaedic surgeon director nursing podiatrist radiographer mental health excercise physiologistsurgeon audiologist pathologist dental assistant clinical psychologist case manager dentist psychologist pharmacist doctor social worker therapist paramedic counselor youth worker chiropractor dietitian childcare worker caseworker nutritionist physical therapist dental surgeon # of LinkedIn Members 500 50,00020,00010,0005,0002,0001,000 DemandIndex MoreDemandLessDemand Saturated High Demand UntappedSmall Markets Supply vs. demand of members by title In your efforts to find the best candidate for your hard to fill role, you may need to consider passive recruitment. Source: LinkedIn member data, as at October 2015 Specialist roles such as gynaecologists, radiologists and sonographers are in very high demand AustralianHealthCareProfessionals AustralianProfessionals Note: Question asked: Please select the 5 most important factors when considering a job opportunity. Sample: 213 Australian Health Care Professionals respondents and 15,299 Australian Professionals respondents. Source: LinkedIn Q1 2015 Talent Drivers Survey 50% 54% 42% 44% 42% 38% 38% 37% 37% 34% 37% 30% 35% 37% 35% 36% 34% 29% 33% 41% Good work/life balance Excellent compensation & benefits Ability to make an impact Culture that fits my personality Job security Having a good relationship with your colleagues A place I would be proud to work Values Employee Contributions Having a good relationship with your superiors Challenging Work 70% of LinkedIn users are passive candidates. These professionals are not actively looking for a new role, but are open to discussions with a recruiter about a job opportunity. Think about incorporating a passive recruiting strategy to make use of this talent pool when looking for new hires. LinkedIn is an excellent way to research and attract passive talent. Build your brand on LinkedIn to ensure that you are top of mind when talent starts looking for a new opportunity. Jan 12 70,000 80,000 90,000 60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0 May 15Dec 14Jul 14Feb 14Sep 13Apr 13Nov 12Jun 12 Allied Health Professionals 83,786 members 3.6x growth Nurses 70,716 members 4.4x growth Mental Health Professionals 50,600 3.2x growth Doctors 36,670 members 2.8x growth The number of Healthcare Professionals in Australia on LinkedIn has grown ~3.6x since January 2012 Source: LinkedIn’s 2015 ANZ Talent Trends report 3 ways to ensure that your organisation is attractive to top talent Setup your LinkedIn company page Grow your follower base Engage followers with regular, relevant status updates About LinkedIn Talent Solutions LinkedIn Talent Solutions offers a full range of recruiting solutions to help organisations of all sizes find, engage, and attract the best talent. Founded in 2003, LinkedIn connects the world’s professionals to make them more productive and successful. With over 380 million members worldwide, including executives from every Fortune 500 company, LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network. 2 3 4 5 6 30% higher than overall LinkedIn membership growth in Australia 1 2 3 Australian Healthcare Professionals Report 2015 Download here Australian Healthcare Professionals Report 2015 1 Australian Healthcare Professionals Report 2015 Where to find talent in Australia

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