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Posted June 30, 2014 by

Are You Writing a Resume? 4 Words and Phrases that Won’t Impress Recruiters

Recruiters will not be impressed with your resume if you use these four words and phrases in the following post.

Words can be powerful. They can work to your benefit… and they can cause problems. This is especially true regarding your resume. Recruiters read a lot of these documents, so when they encounter a poorly-written resume, it sticks out like a sore thumb. They become sensitive to useless, meaningless, and clichéd words and phrases. They learn to hate

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Posted February 28, 2014 by

Want to Recruit Top Talent for Recent College Graduate Jobs? Develop Relationships with Potential Candidates

For recruiters looking to find the best talent for recent college graduate jobs, the key might be to work on developing relationships with potential candidates.  Learn how to do so in the following post.

What is a pipeline? And how does it relate to recruiting? For those of you new to recruiting (or who’ve been trying to cut the mustard as a recruiter), a pipeline is your go-to, steady stream of viable candidates. It’s made up of people you’ve met who made you pause and think, “Wow. This

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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