The International Data Corp. (IDC) predicts that by 2015, more Americans will surf the Internet from their mobile devices than from their PCs. This year, Nucleus Research foresees that half of all Internet traffic to career sites will come from mobile devices. \r\nIf businesses hope to attract the best and brightest talent, they must build their websites for mobile optimization and their HR departments must use multiple avenues to recruit. At the March 12, 2014, JobMobile event in Washington, D.C., panelists spoke on these innovations and strategies in mobile recruitment.\r\nThe Future Is Mobile\r\nIt is a big change and a new way of recruiting, enabling job seekers to search for employment, schedule interviews, e-mail, even video-chat with potential employers—all from a hand-held device. “You don’t have to be stuck in an office to look for a job,” said Amanda Augustine, job-search expert at TheLadders, which sponsored the JobMobile event. But not everyone is quick to adopt the new paradigm.