August 4, 2022
Facebook Pages new job posting option

Facebook Pages New Job Posting Option Rolling Out

A Facebook Pages new job posting option is launching on the social media network, starting with north American businesses, the company recently confirmed…

Last November, the Facebook job openings trial testing began. Now, the social giant is making the feature available to more business Pages. Job seekers can easily search and apply for positions, without leaving Facebook.

Facebook Pages New Job Posting Tool Debuting

“Beginning today, businesses in the US will be able to post job openings, and their future employees will be able to easily find those posts on their Page or in the new jobs bookmark. This new experience will help businesses find qualified people where they’re already spending their time—on Facebook and on mobile,” the company wrote.

Facebook Pages new job posting option example

Facebook Pages are able to create a job posting easily. Simply click on the “Create a job post” and complete the form. The job posting form includes a title, photo upload option, job title, location, optional salary, job type (full-time, part-time, internship, volunteer or contract) and then a job description field. The new tool is a direct shot at rival LinkedIn.

When applicants respond to the post, Page administrators can review applications and contact applicants through Messenger. Additionally, Page administrators can boost job posts, just as with other content. Businesses in the United States and Canada will have access to the feature, along with improvements, over the next few weeks.

“The experience is simple for applicants, too. Job posts may appear in their News Feed, in the new bookmark for jobs, and alongside other posts on business Pages,” Facebook explains. Job seekers can also find employment opportunities by visiting https://www.facebook.com/jobs.

In January, Facebook explained video completion rates to advertisers using the platform. Additionally, Facebook added live video broadcasting for Page administrators and contributors. 

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