As a marketer, your goal is to generate more opportunities and sales.  To that end, you keep your eyes fixed in the marketing dashboard to track your progress towards the goal for the quarter. You get a sense of how things are going by the

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The need to reduce customer churn is now a common wisdom – it is estimated that retaining a customer is 5 to 20 times more profitable than acquiring a new customer. Data science can be used to predict customer churn, but the approach is different

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Below are the eight ways you can turbocharge your marketing performance by applying data science: Churn prediction: Predict likelihood of churn by current customers, especially at the end of ongoing contract. (more information) Leads Sweet Spot: Identifying segments of nurtured leads and accounts for rapid

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It would be difficult to argue that the world of hiring and recruiting has shifted dramatically since the turn of the 21st Century, impacted by such factors as a ‘gig/on-demand economy,’ burgeoning technology and the rising percentage of Gen Y employees rising up in the

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Millennial individuals, also known as Generation Y, are people born between 1980 and 2000, so they are becoming a more and more prominent percentage of most professional staffs. And while there is a danger to stereotyping any group, most experts agree there are traits generally

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Hiring employees straight out of college might seem like a roll of the dice to some, but what these recent grads might lack in real world experience can be compensated for by their energy, enthusiasm and the fresh perspectives they bring to the table. If

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Happy Holidays from all of us at HireJar!

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Interim hiring is on the rise.  According to Chris Martin, senior vice president of Randstad U.S., “In 2012 less than 11 percent of our job openings started as contract-to-hire—in which the company states at the outset that it’s looking for someone to eventually hire permanently.

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There are two unemployed individuals in the U.S. for every current job opening. Below is a top-down, back-of-the-envelope calculation to put employment statistics in context. The current population of the U.S. is 319 million; The number of working age persons is 250 million; Labor force

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A study conducted by Intuit recently predicted that 40 percent of American workers may be independent contractors by 2020. That is about 60 million people. It is much higher than the last count we had back in 2006 when another report indicated that the proportion

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