What Recruiters can Learn from Tinder

| September 20, 2016

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Technology reaches deep into our lives these days. According to research published in Psychological and Cognitive Sciences, nearly one-third of American marriages begin online, and – startlingly – marriages that began online report slightly higher marital satisfaction rates and are slightly less likely to end than marriages that began offline. No wonder dating apps like Tinder have proven so popular and enduring. Who wouldn’t swipe right on odds like those? It’s not just romance; apps and the Internet can facilitate all kinds of relationships, including recruiting new workers. But businesses often lag behind in applying high-tech principles to their recruiting methodologies. Here are some lessons your recruiters might learn from dating apps like Tinder.

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