The interview to offer ratio of a workplace is the number of job offers extended, relative to the number of job interviews that have been conducted. For example, if a business interviews 20 candidates for various positions and then extends two job offers, the interview to offer ration is 1 to 10. In general, more reputable businesses will enjoy a higher interview to offer ratio since they tend to attract more qualified and competitive candidates. However, the figures that constitute a high ratio can vary a great deal between industries, geographic areas and the candidate’s experience level. It may be possible for a business to improve its interview to offer ratio by crafting stronger job descriptions for use in posting and being more selective when calling candidates for interview.
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