Top 10 Hiring Statistics 

The average cost per hire is $4,700. (SHRM)

39% of applicants find job openings on social media  (Jobvite)

63% of recruiters say that their biggest problem is not being able to find enough suitable candidates to fill open positions. (MRINetwork)

Referred candidates are five times more likely to be hired. (Jobvite)

The number of managerial and teaching jobs that require both analytical and social skills has increased by 94% since 1980. (Pew Research Center)

 The US recorded 10.1 million job openings in 2022. (Trading Economics)

The best candidates are off the market in 10 days. (LinkedIn)

Millennials and Gen Z will make up 75% of the global workforce by 2025. (Inc)

The median worker age is 42  (Bureau of Labor Statistics)

41% of recruiters say entry-level positions are the hardest to fill. (LinkedIn)



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