How Facebook is getting into the recruitment game

Recruiting companies are increasingly turning to Facebook to help recruit employees.

The social network is reportedly using the social networking platform to build and maintain a massive database of potential employees.

In a blog post on Monday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that Facebook is adding more than 1.5 million employees in the US alone in the last three months.

In addition, Facebook is reportedly looking to expand its operations in Canada and elsewhere.

This is a game-changer in the world of work.” “

Today, we’re hiring hundreds of thousand of people, and more than 10 million of them are working in the workforce.

This is a game-changer in the world of work.”

Zuckerberg said Facebook is making this happen by offering paid time off and a free two-week “training program.”

The company has also introduced a “job-matching” service that helps recruiters find potential employees and offers free work-from-home or flexible work options for people looking to work remotely.

Facebook’s hiring efforts have been growing steadily for the past few years.

The company last year announced that it had added 3.2 million employees.

Last month, Facebook said it had surpassed a billion users.

Zuckerberg said in the post that the company’s workforce was growing at a rapid rate and has seen “millions of new hires” in the past year.

Zuckerberg noted that Facebook has expanded its workforce through “significant investments” in technology.

He said the company has “created tens of thousands” of new jobs in the United States and Canada.

“Facebook has been the most valuable company in America for decades, and it’s only getting better,” he said.

Zuckerberg’s comments come on the heels of Facebook’s announcement in June that it was acquiring rival Snapchat for $19 billion.

Facebook also announced that CEO Mark Zuckerburg had resigned.