Author Archive: Veronica C.
As companies prepare for graduation season and look to hire students for open jobs in the coming months, you should begin to pay attention to your online footprint.
The process of interviewing candidates has changed over the years, as new technologies facilitate the recruitment of students for college graduate jobs.
Breaking into the professional working world can be an arduous task as a college student.
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.
Industry experts seem to be calling for the death of the traditional resume in the 21st century.
Interviews are your opportunity to make an impression.
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.
If you had an interview and are waiting weeks for the callback, here are some things to consider if you’re afraid that your performance during the interview was less than stellar.
It’s a fact of life: some dream jobs are more difficult to pursue than others.
The relationship you establish with your recruiter is important, and here are a six don’ts (and their alternatives) when it comes to communicating with him or her.
There’s no better time than your undergrad years to start to establish various leadership habits and garner some managerial positions to add to your resume.
In this day and age, simply earning a degree doesn’t always get you the career you want right away.