Archive for September, 2013
As of August, The Wall Street Journal reported that it’s easier for unemployed workers to find work, but those positions aren’t exactly premium entry level positions.
If you’re looking for tips for getting your foot in the door of the movie business, you’ve come to the right place.
ERE recently asked the very valid question that all hiring managers should pose to themselves: ”What’s a college degree worth?”
Universum has assembled a list of the world’s most attractive companies, but the questions that remain are who are they, and what are they doing right?
“Millennial” wasn’t a word you heard all that often just a few years ago. Less and less often referred to as Generation Y, Millennials are the group of young people born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s. Sometimes referred to as the Echo Boomers, Millennials are the product of the spike in births [...]
Streamlined processes and more efficient systems are everywhere thanks to technology – yet there’s one corner of the digital world that hasn’t seen much simplification: the online job search.
Everyone gets it – that point before a big exam or in the middle of writing a midterm paper when you suddenly realize you hate college, biology, the English language, physics, history or whatever classes you’re taking.
Mobile job searching is booming. In numerical shorthand, Business Insider offered these growth stats on a few smartphone apps that are exploding on the marketplace. In early 2013, a startup app called Proven, which lets users apply for Craigslist and Indeed.com job postings via smartphone, was downloaded about 18,000 times in one month alone. Other, [...]
Most college courses these days are lectures, which means you don’t get much face time with your professor.
You did it! You’re in college! You’re free! Now the first order of business, before you get down to partying and studying, is to make sure your dorm room is clean and organized.
More often than not a standardized system can expedite the process, weed out the poor candidates and land you a fairly good to really great new hire – but you probably can’t help but wonder whether there was an excellent or even phenomenal applicant somewhere in the pool who was either overlooked or got fed up with all the bureaucracy of the hiring process.
It’s a fact of modern business that employers check the Facebook pages of potential employees.