How to Attract Millenials & Gen Z to Blue-Collar Jobs

“We are lending money we don’t have to kids who can’t pay it back to train them for jobs that no longer exist.” Those are the words of Mike Rowe, former host of “Dirty Jobs,” a television series on the Discovery Channel that followed hard-working entrepreneurs and employees doing unglamorous blue-collar jobs. Episodes feature occupations…

6 Recruiting & HR Trends You Need to Know This Month

As anyone in recruiting and HR can attest, the field is one of constant change. Fluctuations in the economy and labor market directly impact recruiters’ ability to bring in qualified candidates, while HR laws and best practices are always evolving to keep up with our fast-paced world. This transformation, on top of your day-to-day tasks,…

6 Recruiting & HR Trends You Need to Know This Month

As anyone in recruiting and HR can attest, the field is one of constant change. Fluctuations in the economy and labor market directly impact recruiters’ ability to bring in qualified candidates, while HR laws and best practices are always evolving to keep up with our fast-paced world. This transformation, on top of your day-to-day tasks,…

Gen Z v. Millennials: Key Differences Recruiters Need to Understand

These two generations makeup more than 50% of the U.S. population (1), meaning they’re both important demographics to think about when putting together a recruiting strategy. Here’s the difference between the two and what they’re looking for in a future employer: Generation Z Born: 1995–2012 Current Population: 23 million Millennials Born: 1977–1994 Current Population: 71…

Why You Need to Consider Gen Z Now

The moment your recruiting team cracks the code to successfully recruit Millennials, along comes a new candidate pool to worry about: Gen Z. With the first members of this generation graduating in the next two years, now’s the time for your company to adapt its search and recruiting efforts to welcome and target this audience,…