Archive for July, 2013
Workplace stress comes with the territory.
Almost every college encourages its students to open up their focus a bit during their sophomore year and take a class or two outside their chosen major.
IT workers are also essential to just about every modern business model. If a company relies on phones and e-mails, chances are that there’s an IT professional behind it all, making sure the cogs in the machine function properly.
Surely, you’ve heard it before.
Writing a mediocre job listing is a breeze, but writing really good job listings is an art unto itself.
Online resumes aren’t just all the rage – they’re increasingly a necessity. Gawker’s tech and lifestyle blog, Lifehacker, recently tackled this topic. Has the paper resume gone the way of the dinosaur? And if not, how much life does it have left in it? After all, professional landing pages – which are essentially nothing more [...]
Orientation for new employees can go wrong even when you think it’s going right.
Study abroad is a popular choice for students across the country, but there are several majors that tend to ignore this option while most of their friends are off globe-trotting.
The world’s coolest office perks are easy to list.
As you move further into your postgraduate search for premium entry level jobs and paid internships, it’s easy to become discouraged about your professional prospects.
The graduating classes of 2013 is getting ready to head out into the world and join the workforce, but many new grads are feeling understandably unsure of themselves. What industries are most exciting? Which ones want them the most? Even with the benefits of the internet, it can be hard for grads to find their [...]
Experience by Symplicity regularly receives feedback from thought leaders in career services. Below, we’ve highlighted Career Services Professionals’ 10 best suggestions for working more effectively and harmoniously with university career services (and getting the right students for the job!) Top 10 Tips 1. Help career services prepare students. Many university career offices provide programs for [...]
As much as you love your job for college graduates, it’s not always easy being cramped into a cubicle space day in and out.
Top Echelon’s Recruiter Training Blog states the obvious: recruiting is a sales profession.
Sometimes returning to school for a new semester can be a bit of a culture shock.