The hunt for the most skilled candidates is highly competitive, giving the advantage to job seekers and forcing HR recruiters to figure out creative new ways to attract candidates.

The US unemployment rate was just 4% in January, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, with 304,000 jobs added during that month alone. “Pretty much anyone who wants to work is already working,” says Jeff Haynes, director of human capital management (HCM) consulting for Baker Tilly. “Today, the success of recruiters rests on their ability to market and sell the opportunities they have available.”

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