ARTICLES, BLOGS & VIDEOS

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

Posted March 13, 2015 by

How to Use Your Smartphone to Create a Video Resume

Touchscreen smartphone

Touchscreen smartphone. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

If you want to stand out from the pack and make a video resume, there is a lot to think about. It’s not as simple as picking up a camera and starting to film. You need to plan, film and edit your product to make sure it makes the best impression possible. So, if you still want to make this unique resume, here are a couple tips to consider: (more…)

Posted May 28, 2014 by

Job Seekers, Do You Have Video Interviews for Entry Level Jobs Coming Up? 5 Tips to Prepare for These Meetings

What should job seekers do to prepare for video interviews for entry level jobs?  The following post shares five tips to help you prepare.

Most of us seem to dread the video interview. But many recruiters use this tool because Skype and Google+ interviews save both the employers and candidate significant time and money. Plus, in a short amount of time, you both have the opportunity to measure each other up and decide next steps in the process. So don’t be unnerved. With

Continued here:

Continue Reading

Posted November 27, 2012 by

Selling Your Script to A Recruiter

CollegeRecruiter.comAs a job seeker, probably the most important thing standing between you and an interview is your resume.  It should represent you, yet display your qualifications for the position you’re applying for.  The following post offers suggestions on what to do and what not to do to create the resume that will reward you with an interview.

A resume like a great film script must be refined and adapted. As a story, it must be original and powerful. If you want your script and story sold to a recruiter or hiring manager here are some thoughts from the job search front lines. If you don’t take time to do these things you run a higher risk of the “the studio” passing on your wonderful script.

See original:

Selling Your Script to A Recruiter