How Recruiters Can Use Live Data to Earn More

Jun 18

They say "time is money" and it couldn't be more true for recruiters, who rely on heavily on commissions. After making 20+ calls per day and doing research on prospects, there's nothing worse than realized you wasted time on dead-end prospects, like those who have recently changed jobs.


Live Dataworks with many recruiters because we make it easy for you to track job candidates and know when someone in your talent pool changes jobs. You wouldn't want to pass your clients a resume for someone who's recently settled into a new position!

We're going to show you how Live Data is the perfect addition to your applicant tracking system. It helps you cross potential candidates off your list and prioritize your time for true candidates!


Live Data Saves Your Precious Time for Worthy Leads

With recruitment technology and the many self-serve job platforms like, your job is more competitive than ever. You don't have time to track every candidate's movements and determine if it's an opportunity or dead end. TrackJobChanges keeps you from wasting time on candidates who have recently changed jobs and are effectively off the market.

Once you have your list of prospects, you enter them into Live Data and it generates a list of recent job changes. Plus, as time goes on, you'll continue to receive updates on job changes.


How to Track Job Candidates for Recruiting

Using Live Dataas a recruiter works a lot like using it as a sales rep.

  • 1. Create a CSV spreadsheet with a list of people to track (e.g. customers or a talent pool) using at least one of these sets of fields for each record:
  • First Name, Last Name, Company
  • Full Name, Company
  • Email
  • LinkedIn profile URL
  • 2. Upload the CSV to TJC under the 'Import' button.
  • 3. Receive alerts when someone change jobs.
  • 4. Save time and profit!

Cross Candidates With Recent Job Changes Off Your List

While a sales rep reaches out to a previous customer at their new job, a recruiter simply needs to know that the change has taken place.

So long as they didn't make the placement to the new job, they'll simply mark that talent as 'off the job market' for a year or so before recruiting them to a new job and getting that juicy placement fee!

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