Archive for April, 2014
Every post on Twitter about your current job, each status about political opinions on Facebook – all of it is free to see once it hits the Web. Unfortunately, this kind of conduct is also available for recruiters and hiring managers to view at the touch of a button.
As the number of college graduate jobs begins to grow, so too does the quality of potential applicants.
When it comes to interviews and resume advice, one of the hardest topics to handle is self-description.
With the summer months and graduation rapidly approaching, it’s time you began to seriously improve your networking abilities. When companies want to hire graduates from top universities and colleges, they can often be clued in to potential candidates by professional connections they’ve made over the years. These individuals can make all the difference when you’re [...]
Industry experts seem to be calling for the death of the traditional resume in the 21st century.
After working hard all through the winter, you’ve finally earned your week-long vacation from all things work related. Whether it’s the standard spring break or you’re taking a getaway on your own time, it can be a great way to relax your brain and step back from work – even if only for a short [...]
Interviews are your opportunity to make an impression.
If you’re interested in hiring graduates or bringing on college students for internships, you may want to look into advertising your company’s green philosophy.
Internet job postings still prove to be one of the most effective ways to bring in new talent, but for some companies, making a Craigslist post look enticing can be particularly difficult.
As an employer, you’ve probably heard a lot about interns.
Internships aren’t always a key part of an office business model, but they can make a huge difference in the workplace, especially when they’re held by talented young people devoted to their positions.
We know that it’s critical not to include misspellings and grammatical errors on your resume, but those aren’t the only flaws that can tarnish the page.