Many job sites function as aggregators, drawing postings from classified ads, employer websites, and other job sites. If you identify a position as entry level
, you can post it on any job site
. Be sure to specify the rank of the job in the description as well as in any categorization options the site provides so that the posting will turn up in searches limited to entry-level positions. You may also want to post an advertisement for an entry-level job on sites that target early-career jobseekers and recent graduates
. You may tap into a better talent pool on these specialized sites, particularly if you make the requirements for a position clear and specify which areas of study are the most relevant. Hiring managers should also consider posting entry-level positions on social media sites such as LinkedIn and Facebook. It is also important to make sure that a job description for an entry-level position gets jobseekers' attention
in the right way. Attract the strongest candidates by providing prospective applicants with a sense of the daily responsibilities and long-term goals of a position as well as the perks and possibilities for advancement.