The latest news, trends and information to help you with your recruiting efforts.

Posted December 02, 2013 by

Haven’t Landed Your Dream Entry Level Job? 7 Possible Reasons Why

Sometimes the things you don’t do in your job search can cost you just as much as the things you do.  So, if you haven’t landed your dream entry level job just yet, learn seven possible reasons why in the following post.

Doing everything right doesn’t guarantee you a coveted job. Sometimes what you aren’t doing could be responsible for ruining your chance of being hired. (Click here to Tweet this thought.) Are you making any of these of these career mistakes? 1. Not Googling yourself It’s no secret potential employers do Google

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Posted September 10, 2013 by

Internship Finder, Are You Looking Up for a Successful Experience?

Have you landed an internship in the airlines?  As an internship finder in this field, you want to make the most of this experience.  In the following post, get some tips for success from a former intern.

Featured: Featured This is a guest blog post written by Drew Dunkin. read more

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Posted August 20, 2013 by

Grads, Do You Have What it Takes to Become a Leader on Your Recent Graduate Jobs?

Before they can become effective leaders on their recent graduate jobs, graduates should learn how to become effective followers.  Learn more in the following post.

Everybody talks about the attributes of a great leader, but great leaders wouldn’t exist without great followers. Ironically, you can’t be a leader until you’ve mastered the art of following. So do you know what makes a great follower? Understand this, and you’ll understand both how to be a better follower and how to draw them. To


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Posted June 11, 2013 by

Looking for Recent Graduate Jobs? 3 Tips for Making a Memorable Elevator Pitch

When looking for recent graduate jobs, job seekers may find themselves in a position to sell themselves.  Developing an elevator pitch can help them do this quickly, yet effectively.  Learn three tips to use for your elevator pitch in the following post.

An elevator pitch is a quick, succinct summary of your message, achievements, or goals delivered in an authentic style that conveys your message effectively. What do you want to achieve through an elevator pitch? The goal of an elevator speech is to pique the listener’s interest and make them want to hear more.


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Posted May 15, 2013 by

Incorporate Diversity to Push Your Employment Brand When Recruiting for Entry Level Jobs

One way employers may attract more candidates for entry level jobs and other positions is to include diversity as part of their employment brands.  In the following post, learn how diversity can assist an employment brand.

by Johnny Torrance-Nesbitt, MBA  I noticed while during my work in Employment Branding and Diversity over the years, that unique synergies could arise from the coupling of Diversity & Employment Branding. I think that “Diversity can improve a firm’s Employment Brand” © Many companies today are incorporating Diversity into their core

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Posted December 21, 2012 by

Four Steps to Enhance your Employer Brand with Job Seekers

CollegeRecruiter.comEmployers, how would you describe your company brand?  Potential employees likely want to know this information before making a decision to apply with your organization.  If you’re not sure, the following post has four steps to guide you in defining your brand.

When it comes to an organization’s employment brand, companies typically fall into one of 4 categories:

1.) The known: Employees understand and embrace the company culture, and job seekers are also familiar with that culture.

2.) The undiscovered: Employees understand and embrace the company culture but job seekers are unfamiliar with that culture.

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Posted October 25, 2012 by

5 Top Cities For Job Seekers Looking for Seasonal Work

Matt Ferguson of CareerbuilderRetailers are stocking their stores with more than just merchandise going into the holiday season – they are also adding more seasonal help, according to a new survey. Thirty-six percent of retailers plan to have extra hands on deck around the holidays, a healthy jump from 29 percent in 2011. The survey was conducted for Careerbuilder by Harris Interactive among more than 2,400 employers between August 13 and September 6, 2012.

While seasonal hiring is expected across the entire country, the five cities with the largest economies and plans to hire include: (more…)

Posted September 21, 2012 by

A Breakdown of the Chicago Teachers’ Strike

While you may have heard about the teachers’ strike in Chicago, the following infographic offers a detailed look at the strike’s impact and more. (more…)

Posted July 26, 2012 by

Top 10 Cities for Employees Swearing in the Office

Swearing in the OfficeAmong top markets in the U.S., workers in the nation’s capital were the most likely to report that they swear at work, with Denver and Chicago rounding out the top three. (more…)