The Society for Human Resource Management found the average cost per hire was $4,129.
When it comes to recruiting a developer, it can cost upwards of $22,562 using in-house recruitment and $31,970 using agency recruitment.
In case of contractor cover or productivity loss, the number can exceed $60,000.
But this is a common practice in the bootcamp space, which can make it difficult to know who’s really going to connect you with the best available talent.
One of the best indicators of a top-notch bootcamp staffing partner is data and reporting transparency, and fortunately, the Council on Integrity in Results Reporting (CIRR) makes finding those bootcamps easier. The CIRR and its bootcamp members can give you a more objective look at which software development bootcamps are successfully connecting their graduates with employers.
The members that make up the CIRR ensure that it:
This means there’s no misdirection -no bootcamps promoting inflated numbers due to hiring their own graduates that they couldn’t place elsewhere.
The Software Guild (TSG) is one of the software development bootcamps committed to transparency, offering outcome reports from its schools in Louisville and Minneapolis.
Our statistics show that:
What differentiates The Software Guild from other coding bootcamps?
First and foremost, we don’t charge a placement fee, which usually costs employers anywhere from 20-25% of the employee’s annual salary.
We also partner with numerous, more traditional staffing agencies through which we have access to additional employers and available positions.
What’s more, we equip our graduates with tools they usually don’t encounter in a college classroom. Proficiency in version control and project management systems, resume and interview prep, as well as learning to work in teams helps them stand apart.
We also have more time to work with and prepare our students. Unlike a recruiter or typical staffing agency that only has time for an introductory chat over coffee, a resume review, and a practice interview, TSG does in-depth prep for both interviews and success beyond the interview process.
That’s because we invest in our students’ technical and soft skills, ensuring they have a solid foundation in business communication, including resume writing, interview skills, writing emails, correspondence with management, inquiries, and more.