Lean how associations make it easy for you
Niche job boards, recruitment advertising and sponsorship solutions make it easier than ever for associations to bring value to their industry and members. It’s now their mission to provide better services and innovative technologies to help match highly-qualified candidates with the best employers.
This is especially important in today’s job climate, where there’s an increasing need for more skilled and educated workers.
- By 2020, 65% of all jobs in the economy will require postsecondary education and training beyond high school, according to a recent report by Georgetown Public Policy Institute.
- The creation of approximately 164 million new jobs is expected throughout the United States by 2020 (“Recovery: Job Growth and Education Requirements Through 2020” Georgetown University).
- Education and healthcare, as well as professional and business services, show the most growth, with more than 80% of its workers requiring postsecondary training (same GU study).
Make the shift
There’s now a big shift taking place in the way members connect, learn and share. Are you ready for it?
More so, many associations are tired of managing silos of information through rigid systems, tired of being slow at meeting member and staff needs and expectations, and tired of limiting progress with outdated technologies. And, they are actively looking for viable solutions to these challenges.
The proof is in the pudding. Recognize that job board software providers, like YourMembership (YM), are leading with a huge uptick in corralling career center partners so far during 2016. For example, YM has scored more than 100 new career center partners, including several large associations, during the first six months of this year to deliver targeted, niche job boards for their members. Some of these new YM partners consist of the American Psychological Association (APA), American Academy of PAs (AAPA) and American Bar Association (ABA). YM enables them to collaborate and become the recognized industry leader to match talent with jobs.