What does it mean when it says many applicants on indeed?
Sponsored jobs on Indeed are listings that are given greater visibility because an employer is paying for each click it receives. Sponsored jobs appear above and below free job post listings, and stay there so that potential applicants can see them even as they’re scrolling through free postings.
Why do employers use indeed?
Lots of employers trust Indeed to help them find great fits for their open roles. You may have heard of tools such as Sponsored Jobs, which appear optimally in Indeed’s search results, making them over 3.5 times more likely to result in a hire.
Which is better monster or indeed?
When it comes to the battle for job search supremacy between Indeed vs. Monster, Indeed handily wins in the number, and range of job listings available. From sourcing jobs both internally and from other career sites to be inclusive of a variety of candidate types and working styles, Indeed wins out in our book.
Is it worth applying to old job postings?
Some recruiters may wait and collect resumes for a few weeks or a month before looking them over. Some may start glancing through resumes as soon as they come in. Even if the job has been open for a month or so, it may be worth it to apply to a job posting if you are a strong candidate and highly qualified.
Can I post a job on Indeed without salary?
Is payment required to post my job on Indeed? For most jobs on Indeed, sponsoring your job (paying for the listing) is not required. We’ll let you know if your job must be sponsored to appear on Indeed.
Do jobs postings on Indeed automatically repost?
This is totally normal. Sometimes jobs don’t get as many applicants as they were hoping for. Or maybe they aren’t getting the number of quality applicants they want. So they keep posting.
Do employers pay to post jobs on Indeed?
Yes, Indeed does charge for sponsored job postings that appear above and below free listings. Indeed employer cost is set by a budget. You can also choose to post on Indeed for free, with less visibility for your post.