CHICAGO, Dec. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CareerBuilder – the global leader in human capital solutions – was recommended as a "favorite vendor" among staffing firms more than any oth
The strong focus for recruitment giant CareerBuilder is and will continue to be the development of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) pre-hire products for employers, according to CareerBulder CEO Matt Ferguson.
In a recent inve
CareerBuilder Q3 2014 North America revenue was $166 million, up 5 percent year-over-year, a company representative told the AIM Group. This also represented a gain of 2 percent from the second quarter of this year.
Gannett Company, part owner of CareerBuilder, whose newspapers sell CareerBuilder advertising, reported a YOY 7 percent revenue gain from its own sales reps' CareerBuilder ad sales
With the help of a successful CareerBuilder sales team, classified advertising revenues in Gannett's publisher segment actually fared better then either its retail or national ad dollars. In the U.S., classified revenue dropped 4.9 percent year-over-year, and including Newsquest, dropped 2.5 percent. Gannett recruitment revenue generated by CareerBuilder advertising sales increased 7 percent year
According to CareerBuilder, not only are more than half of college graduates working at jobs for which their degree wasn't necessary, but nearly half of those who aren't employed have gone back to school to get a more advanced degree. Nearly half of those who are working are pursuing an advanced degree as well. Of the employed, only 36 percent are in fu
2014 Big Data in classifieds and marketplaces: The new opportunity
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. --- Facebook does it. So do EBay and AutoTrader.com. Slando in Ukraine, SeLoger in France and Seek in Australia all do it. All of those companies, and dozens more, are using Big Data from their classified and marketplace services to increase revenue, improve engagement and strengthen thei
CareerBuilder's North America revenue for the second quarter of 2014 was $176 million, a 2 percent increase year-over-year, and a 5 percent increase from the first quarter of this year, a CareerBuilder spokesperson told the AIM Group. These figures include products sold by CareerBuilder's newspaper partners, who sold $19 million during the quarter.
Looking at CareerBuilder staff exclusively, s
In its 2013 Recruiting Channels Survey of 150 recruiters, software review and research firm Software Advice determined that LinkedIn provided the highest-quality candidate at a reasonable price. While Craigslist was the cheapest buy, it was also named bottom of the recruitment-
Not even CareerBuilder could save U.S. ad dollars at Gannett (NYSE: GCI), which dropped 6.5 percent from the Q2 2013.
While Gannett broadcasting seems to have boosted company revenue in the second quarter of 2014, the only figure in the plus column for publishing ad dollars was Newsquest recruitment advertising. Its year-over-year (YOY) gain of more than 9 p