Milkround’s new features have arrived, meaning better applications for you

Today we’ve launched a new set of onsite features, which includes a smooth data-led application process to all jobs on our website, to increase the quality and relevancy of applications delivered to our clients.

By improving our knowledge of each jobseeker’s application behaviour, we can now target through both the candidate’s profile data and their onsite behaviour. Following these enhancements, our jobseeker’s will now benefit from:

  • Onsite job recommendations
  • Regular, personalised job emails
  • Instant job match notifications

Alongside these new features, we’ve also launched improved job search technology, which not only understands a jobseeker’s keyword search, but also uses artificial intelligence to generate similar and relevant job opportunities into their search results. Taking a synonym led approach to job results ensures the right jobs are displayed to the best candidates.

Milkround’s Head of Sales, Sarah-Jane McQueen commented: ‘We are continually developing our product to ensure our clients gain the most from their campaigns. By improving our application process and therefore better understanding our candidates, we can deliver the most relevant jobs. We’re really excited about the new features we are launching today, which bring innovation to the graduate recruitment market.’

With a refreshed design and improved user experience, we continue to take a candidate led approach to ensure our platform and technology supports the all-important job search.

For more information please get in touch with us today!

The Times Guide to Higher & Degree Apprenticeships

We are pleased to be hosting The Times Guide to Higher & Degree Apprenticeships, originally published in ‘The Times Guide to Elite Apprenticeships’ supplement in The Times on Wednesday, January 27th.

The guide features the 30 organisations that recruited the largest number of sixth form school-leavers in 2015 and offer prestigious training programmes which provide an alternative to going to university.

The BBC offers the highest salaries to its higher and degree apprenticeships, up to £23,000 pa, whilst Civil Service takes on the highest number with 564 Higher Apprenticeships on offer.

To compile the guide, High Fliers Research contacted more than 200 employers of school leavers, graduates and young professionals to research how many Higher Apprentices or Degree Apprentices each organisation recruited in 2015, along with the number of places available on employers’ sponsored degree courses and other comparable 18+ school-leaver training schemes.

The research shows that the UK’s leading employers of Higher or Degree Apprentices together recruited more than 2,800 sixth form school-leavers for programmes that lead to level 4 qualifications or above, the equivalent of a foundation or undergraduate degree.

Check out the content from the supplement here.

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To view the table, please visit Milkround School Leavers: http://schoolleavers.milkround.com/article/the-times-guide-to-higher-and-degree-apprenticeships/