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Factors contributing to poor job response rates

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Factors contributing to job titles that resulted in a lower response rates include:

Too confusing — Whether vague (e.g. “Support Specialist”) or complex (e.g. “Multichannel Transmission System Operator), candidates did not readily apply to indiscernible job titles.Too cute — “Ninja” or “Rock Star” as the sole job title, or part of it, resulted in low performance.Too long — Data on excessively long job titles (e.g. “Python, Backend, Kafka, Cassandra, Thrift Developer”) received significantly less apply clicks.Too technical/Unknown — A “Senior Technical Analyst III/DB5.X17” can mean a number of things or literally nothing to a candidate. Many companies pass through the hidden

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