What are passive candidates?

Passive job seekers are candidates who are currently employed by a company and are therefore not actively looking for a job. However, they are open to changing their job if an interesting offer is made to them. This candidate segment cannot be reached by means of traditional job postings on job boards and job portals, as passive candidates do not have the time to search these extensively. Passive candidates make up approximately 70% of the entire talent market.
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