The Recruiting Tool That Will Help You Beat Your Competitors

Campus recruiting can be an arms race. You compete for the best booth, the best swag, and the best perks, but everyone knows that just because a student stops by to grab that free hoodie doesn’t mean they are a good fit for your company. (Have you ever met a student who can say no to a cool sweatshirt? We haven’t either).

Campus programs are also hard to track. Getting your brand out there is valuable, but more and more students are going to Google and to social media to learn about your company and culture. This past year career fair attendance hit an all-time low; meanwhile, students said the number one thing they want from their career centers is more social media updates.

Let’s face it: it’s not just about the free sweatshirt.

Over the past 5 years we have spoken to thousands of companies and HR managers. They have told us about their concerns over decreasing budgets and increasing demands. They have talked about their need to increase the quality of their candidates, reduce their time to hire and to find candidates across the country to make up the DNA of their workforce in the future.

These concerns led us to develop an all-new product that we are thrilled to share with you today: Profile Search. Profile Search is the easiest way to find student and recent graduate job seekers. It is the proven way to reduce your time to hire and free up your team to focus on other critical projects. Like designing that perfect sweatshirt.

Learn more about Profile Search here or create a free account and try it today. All new accounts get 5 free invites to help you make your next amazing hire. Enjoy!

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Nathan Parcells

Nathan Parcells is VP of Marketing and co-founder of Looksharp. He has spent the past decade helping students launch their career, researching best practices for hiring millennials (including running Looksharp's annual "State of College Hiring") and sharing these insights with employers. Nathan's work has been featured in Forbes, TechCrunch, Business Insider and more. Outside of work, Nathan is an avid rock climber, back packer and Bob Dylan fan.