CV-Library continues to outperform market
CV-Library is continually outperforming other job sites on delivering applications to vacancies, according to Broadbean's Key Performance Report.
Total job application rates and applications per vacancy (APV) to jobs posted by clients grew rapidly for the online job board this summer with monthly totals again exceeding market averages.
Compared to June, total applications to jobs were up an impressive 38.2% in July – a rise that is notably higher than the market average of 10.1%. This rise represents the ninth successive month where CV-Library has outperformed the market. Year-on-year growth for CV-Library stands at 134.5%.
APV between June and July were also higher than the market average – which actually fell by -1.7%. For CV-Library, APV increased by 23.2%, with year-on-year growth of 125.7%. These rises demonstrate the 12th consecutive month where CV-Library's APV rate remains higher than the market average.
Commenting on these findings, CV-Library's managing director Lee Biggins said, “This summer has been hugely successful for CV-Library, with candidate conversion rates demonstrating why we're a great resource for both job seekers and recruiters across the UK.
“We work hard on improving user experience, attracting more candidates, more job applications and more job opportunities, and we're really pleased with how we compare with the rest of the market. Our own data shows that candidate behaviour reached record breaking levels in July.”
CV-Library.co.uk attracts an average of 2.3 million unique monthly users.