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According to a study released today by Bullhorn Reach, U.S. recruiters are among the most active recruiters in the world using social media to source talent.
LinkedIn has the most jobs posted to it, obviously, but Twitter isn’t too far behind. And Facebook falls flat. That all makes sense, if you stop to think about it.
But what doesn’t make sense is what the folks at Bullhorn found out when they compared recruiters’ activity by region in the U.S. And this was not a small sample. They analyzed the social networking activity of more than 75,000 recruiters.
Do you know many young people entering religious vocations these days? We’re guessing you don’t.
Well, say hello to Audra. She’s a 23-year-old runner, blogger, social media special projects coordinator and a “Nunnabe” (wannabe Nun). And she’s using Twitter to both spread awareness of the vocation as well as to share her musings from her blog The Awkward Catholic where she focuses on “the awkwardness, meaning awesomeness, that is the Roman Catholic Church.”