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LinkedIn Report: 6 Predictions for the Future of Recruiting

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the changes sweeping the field of recruiting, you’re not alone.

Gen AI is promising to transform the way we work, employers are demanding that workers return to the office, and filling skills gaps is only getting harder. Navigating these trends and others is tough to say the least.

To help recruiting leaders and teams prepare for the year ahead and beyond, we spoke with top talent leaders, surveyed thousands of recruiting pros, and analyzed billions of data points generated on the LinkedIn platform to bring you LinkedIn’s 2024 Future of Recruiting report.

The report offers six predictions for the future of recruiting and includes insights on some of the most important trends reshaping the talent landscape, as well as tips to help you attract, hire, and retain the best talent.

Here’s a preview of some of the predictions covered in the report:

AI will supercharge recruiting

One of the report’s most important findings is the degree to which talent professionals believe gen AI will transform recruiting.

While just 27% of the talent pros surveyed by LinkedIn say they’re using or experimenting with gen AI, six out of 10 are optimistic about AI in recruitment. Meanwhile, the number of recruiters who added AI skills to their profiles jumped 14% last year.

Data visualization highlighting that recruiters are optimistic about AI's impact on recruitment.

“AI is poised to revolutionize how we innovate, operate, and work,” says Jude James, head of talent acquisition and contingent workforce strategies, Americas and Europe at UST.

Recruiting professionals see the potential of gen AI to vastly improve the speed and outcome of their work. Among recruiting pros who are using gen AI, the biggest benefit is the ability to write job descriptions faster and more easily, the survey found. Also high on recruiters’ list is AI’s ability to automate tasks, which in turn allows them to spend more time on fulfilling work.

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Source : LinkedIn Talent Blog, 7 mars 2024, by Lydia Abbot

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