How to Write the Perfect Job Ad (Infographic)
To attract top talent, try out these simple tips.
To start, it’s important to hook a potential applicant with a short and sweet job title. In the job title, include a term that someone would use to search for the role and mention the level of the role. After you figure out the job title, write a brief -- 40 words or less -- introduction to the job, entailing the function of the job and why a candidate would want to work for the company.
Related: How to Hire Like a Pro
Including essential company details such as the organization’s vision, opportunities for growth and the business’s position in the industry is also vital to constructing a catchy job ad. Other important components are work responsibilities, a detailed description of the ideal candidate, salary range and benefits and instructions on how to apply.
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