Archive for April, 2013
There’s a common affliction that strikes many young folks when they graduate from college and head out onto the job market.
Coffee is often said to be the college student’s best friend, but, truth be told, that’s not always the case.
While most of the current generation of graduates and students find their positions thanks to the internet, there’s still quite a few old fashioned job search methods out there – ones you can pursue even if you’re totally unwired and off the grid.
Internships can be easy to write off at first glance – after all, someone is asking you to work for them, and they want you to do it for free.
When you’re looking to hire graduates or are recruiting students for internships, can video chat really replicate these essential cues and indicators that are so important to the interview process?
A month or two ago, before you began applying, it probably seemed impossible that anyone would ever want to hire you, even for an internship!
From Craigslist to job boards and company websites, job descriptions are just too long.
Consider these quick tips for springtime fashion trends fit for job interviews.
Once you’ve secured the first real job of your post-graduate career, it can be hard not to act like a little kid with a credit card at the toy store.
How do you start seeking internships via your personal contacts when you’re still working on establishing those?
While leaders can always be found, good leadership is exceedingly rare.
If you’re like most people surfing the job market in this modern age, you’ve probably got a resume complemented by a hyperlink or two.
While a campus can feel like a bubble, set apart from much of reality, that doesn’t mean you can’t start building a more impressive resume while still within your college walls.
Social media is an easy, convenient way to gauge applicants on factors that can’t be measured on resumes or via interviews.