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Posted May 29, 2014 by

Interview of Julie Audenaert of Salesforce ExactTarget Marketing Cloud at the College Recruiting Bootcamp

In this interview by Rob Humphrey of LinkedIn at the May 5, 2014 College Recruiting Bootcamp, Julie Audenaert discusses how employers in Midwestern cities can successfully recruit college and university students and recent graduates. ExactTarget emphasizes its culture, values, and lifestyle benefits of living and working in Indianapolis.

The College Recruiting Bootcamp was organized by College Recruiter and co-hosted by LinkedIn at its headquarters in Mountain View, California. Over 100 corporate university relations leaders attended and more than 3,000 registered for the livestream. The Bootcamp was designed to help these staffing leaders more efficiently and effectively hire college and university students and recent graduates.

Posted January 04, 2013 by

The future of student enrollment – Five Predictions: #2

CollegeRecruiter.comThe following post offers the second prediction on how student enrollment will change in the future for colleges and universities.

Prediction #2: Universities are expanding their marketing to broader geographic areas.

We notice a tendency among our clients to broaden their geographic recruiting area. This broadening is driven by three distinct factors:

– Universities want to create a more diverse student body across the United States (and worldwide) to increase attractiveness and support higher rankings.

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The future of student enrollment – Five Predictions: #2

Posted December 17, 2012 by

Small Business Hiring and Wages Stay Down

CollegeRecruiter.comIf you’re a recent college graduate or a job seeker looking for a job at a small business, you may be hard pressed to find one, according to the following post.

SurePayroll Inc., a leading nationwide online payroll provider to small businesses, has released the results of its SurePayroll Small Business Scorecard, which revealed that hiring was down 0.1 percent and the average paycheck was down 0.2 percent from August to September 2012. However, the level of optimism of small business owners rose to 68 percent, where it has been most of the year.

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Small Business Hiring and Wages Stay Down