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Get great young candidates interested in your company with video – it’s easy!

Recruiters: ever thought about making a video testimonial of your employees? Well, I’m here to give you some quick reasons why you should do it, and some tips on how to do it. What stirred up this mission of mine? My colleague, Tim Keene, recently wrote a blog about what Gen Y values most in [...]

December 30, 2010 | 0 Comments More

Recruiters: What’s it like to work for your company?

Everyone knows finding a candidate who is a good fit for the company culture is a top priority when trying to screen applicants. If your company supports the type of work environment where it’s considered normal to get someone’s attention by dinging a wadded up piece of paper off their head, a candidate who wants [...]

December 29, 2010 | 0 Comments More

Reasons to Not Let Your Job Search Lag During the Holidays

For college seniors and recent grads, the holidays are a time to gear up your job search because a lot new jobs get posted in January. Use the time over your holiday break to get your materials ready and even do a little networking.

December 20, 2010 | 0 Comments More

Get Exactly What You’re Looking For In Entry-Level Recruiting

Experience helps you, the entry level employer, find the candidates you need by giving you the ability to target your candidate pool by specific criteria: major, GPA, grad year, location, college and more. We’ll also give you great insight into our extensive network of candidates.

December 7, 2010 | 0 Comments More

Top 5 Things To Help You In Your Entry-Level Job Search

Lately, we’ve been talking to a lot of seniors and recent grads in the Experience network about your challenges in looking for entry-level work and in landing interviews. When you think about all the great colleges out there and all the people looking for work in your field…it’s evident, you need an edge on the [...]

December 7, 2010 | 0 Comments More
Time To Get Strategic In Your Job Hunt

Time To Get Strategic In Your Job Hunt

Entry-level job seekers need an edge on the competition. Experience, Inc. gives you that edge by showing you real time data on who is hiring, where the jobs are, what majors have the most jobs and more. Use our data to be strategic in your job search.

December 6, 2010 | 0 Comments More

Does Your Job Posting “Sing” to Gen-Y?

Everyone knows first impressions count.  When you have an interview scheduled with a top candidate do you leave them waiting in the lobby for ten minutes after your meeting is supposed to start, and then greet them with a greasy handshake while you wipe bits of the steak burrito you just scarfed down from the [...]

December 1, 2010 | 0 Comments More
A First Class Ticket to Where the Jobs Are

A First Class Ticket to Where the Jobs Are

It’s time to get serious people, because December graduation 2010 is right around the corner. Time flies when you’re having fun, and although you might think it’s too early to start preparing for the next chapter- it’s not. By now you should have a general idea of how you want to start your career, but [...]

November 3, 2010 More
Location. Location. Location.

Location. Location. Location.

It’s not just for real estate; it matters for job-hunting too. At

October 6, 2010 More

Getting the Edge in Interviews

There’s no reason to go into an interview cold. You’ve got a lot of tools at your disposal to fully research your perspective employer. Experience.com will give you some great tips for gaining insight into the company you’re interested in.

October 6, 2010 More

Four Steps To Interview Success!

I have found time and time again that friends and colleagues who are preparing for an interview seem stressed-out and anxious. Ladies and Gentleman, fear the interview no more! Interviewing for a potential job is your stepping stone to finding success. Rather than letting your next interview cast a shadow on your day, view it [...]

October 5, 2010 More
Networking is not for me… or is it?

Networking is not for me… or is it?

When you hear the word networking, what picture comes to mind? Attending some event in a room full of people wearing business suits? Awkward small talk with strangers? Perhaps you’re thinking of the notorious social networking site LinkedIn. Well whatever your thoughts are, I often hear people say: “networking is not for me”. I too, jump on that same vein of thinking. Why is that? There seems to be [...]

October 5, 2010 More

College Done the Right Way

The path of life is full of twisting turns, closed doors, and unsolved problems. The key to finding success is realizing that the hardships on this path make your achievements worth it. My forte in advice comes in the college life department. I’m one semester from graduation, and I can honestly say I did college [...]

September 14, 2010 More

Make Sure Employers Can Find You

Experience recently did a survey of the employers in our network. These employers are specifically looking for students and recent grads for entry-level jobs. We heard two things loud and clear – employers actually have a hard time getting enough applicants for entry-level positions; or, they get way too many applications that just don’t match the criteria they’re looking for.

So, what can you do to make sure Employers can find you and that you’re giving them the information they need? Here are 5 quick tips from Experience.

September 9, 2010 More
Not just another school year…

Not just another school year…

It was the last weekend in August. The cool night air felt great on my cheek after a hot day walking around in the sun. The view of Paris below me was incredible with the city of lights glowing brightly in the evening. I had been here twice before with my parents and my sister, [...]

August 24, 2010 More