Anyone can post a job with Monster+. It’s easy. But learning how to build a better job posting will set you apart. The resources here will help you write, promote and manage your Monster+ job postings like never before – so you can improve performance, reach your hiring goals, and become more efficient all around. Click a training topic below to make the most of every job ad you create.
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Master the job description and learn how to boost performance.
Set your competitive advantage and attract more top talent.
Once you post – then you manage. View applicants, edit, promote and more.
Learn how to best manage and connect with your interested applicants.
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As you walk through the job ad process, red asterisks will indicate required fields. Just know that Monster urges all employers to complete as many fields as possible when posting their job ads for improved search rankings.
You choose your budget and only pay when a candidate clicks, taps or swipes to view your job ad. Change your budget or cancel at any time. For more details, check out our Promoting Your Monster Job Ads article. It’s a great read.
Candidates search on Monster for job titles, skills, or keywords within a particular location. If your job ad is considered relevant to the search, it will be presented in the list of results. A lot of factors are considered when the system ranks job ads. Read our Elements of Performance article to learn how to optimize your job ad and improve your position in search results.
We have detailed reporting available so you can always understand the value you’re getting with Monster and your return on investment. When signed in to your Monster Account, click on Jobs at the top of the page. Each job ad you’ve created will be listed in this view. Click the job ad title to view the performance data such as: Views, Paid Clicks, Applications, and Total Cost. To learn more about monitoring your performance, click here.
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