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

Posted May 13, 2014 by

3 Ways College Recruiting Compares with the NFL Draft

Last week, we saw many young men achieve their dreams of being drafted to the NFL.  If you think about it, college recruiting is similar to this annual sports event.  In the following post, learn three ways college recruiting compares with the NFL Draft.

NFL General Managers and CEOs alike are often asked about their top annual objectives. Although exact wording may vary, their answer is always something to the tune of “finding the right young talent to help grow our…

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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.

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Posted August 30, 2013 by

Recruiters, Are You Looking to Hire Candidates for Recent Graduate Jobs? Google+ May Have the Tool for You

It is probably not a surprise to most job seekers that recruiters and employers are going online to find the best candidates for openings, such as recent graduate jobs.  For recruiters searching for these individuals, there is a tool on Google+ that may benefit them.  Learn more about it in the following post.

Are you looking for a highly effective way to reach busy clients and elusive candidates easily and cost-effectively? Many job seekers are now using video conferencing to connect with employers and recruiters and to explore companies and career options. Can you guess which social media site works well for an almost limitless variety of staffing solutions, like

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Posted March 27, 2013 by

5 Essential Steps for Interviewing Like a Boss

Before going into an interview, it is a good idea to prepare yourself.  Learn five steps to help with this process in the following post.

Interviewing can be stressful, but it’s a skill that can be learned. Follow these five easy steps, inspired by the new book The Work/Life Balance: Resetting Your Goals, to get you started: 1. Write down your story, and write down their story Before you interview—and, for that matter, before you

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Posted December 06, 2012 by

Campus Visit Trend: “How much financial aid did ‘they’ give you?”

CollegeRecruiter.comIn the current economy, it is natural for parents and/or guardians to wonder how much it will cost their student(s) to attend a particular college or university.  In the following post, learn how tour guides should handle a personal question about their financial aid.

Each month the Experience Team from TargetX will share with you a Campus Visit Tip, Trend and Talk. All of the “three T’s” are designed to give you a bit of insight into the work we do, the people we work with, and the places we pull our inspiration from. Here is this month’s “Trend”.

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Campus Visit Trend: “How much financial aid did ‘they’ give you?”