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Smartly Talent has High Response Rates!

At Smartly Talent, we know how hard it is to build a team of all-stars. Casting a wide net by posting on job board sites and hoping to find the right candidate(s) can be time-consuming and frustrating.

Our platform is an intuitive end-to-end solution that seamlessly connects employers with talented Smartly candidates. Not only are our candidates vetted, coming from a variety of top schools and top companies, but they’re also responsive.

After going through our employer-candidate connection data, we found that 89% of employers received responses when they wrote to candidates through Smartly. That means, if you send messages to 10 candidates through Smartly Talent, you’ll likely hear back from eight to nine of them!

We make finding talented candidates easy and have systems in place so that you hear back from those you reach out to.

Connect with Candidates for your openings today! While we are in beta, your first hire is free. So sign up or head back to Smartly to browse our candidates today!

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