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Posted June 26, 2014 by

Grads, Writing Resumes for Entry Level Jobs? What Should or Should Not Be on Them

When writing resumes for entry level jobs, graduates should not assume what will or won’t count on them.  In the following post, learn some things that should or should not be included on a resume.

Many young careerists – even those with a couple internships under their belt – feel as though their resume and LinkedIn profiles are, for lack of a better word, lacking. And sometimes this is true – especially when you’re up against someone with three, five and even ten years of at least

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Posted November 05, 2013 by

Job Boards Are “Critical to the Recruiting Mix” and Becoming More Important

Faith Rothberg, CEO of CollegeRecruiter.com

Faith Rothberg, CEO of CollegeRecruiter.com

It might drive our employees nuts sometimes, but they’re probably all pretty used to CEO Faith Rothberg and me trying to use data whenever possible to drive our decision making processes. So it likely won’t come as much of a surprise to you that we’re both quite intrigued by the increasing awareness and use of Big Data.

Wikipedia defines Big Data as “a collection of data sets so large and complex hat it becomes difficult to process using on-hand database management tools or traditional data processing applications.” Think databases with millions of pieces of data and, quite likely, messy data in that a lot of data is missing. Cheap, powerful computers are making the analysis of Big Data economically feasible. (more…)

Posted May 02, 2013 by

Only 5% of Fortune 500 Employers Allow Job Applications Via Mobile Devices

Mark Mehler and Gerry Crispin of CareerXroads

Mark Mehler and Gerry Crispin of CareerXroads

I admit it. I have a lot of pet peeves. I’m generally a positive person and appreciative of the beauty of our world and the beauty within others, but some things really tick me off. One of those is how incredibly horrible it is for job seekers to search for and especially apply to jobs using their cell phones and other mobile devices. Quite simply, the candidate experience is atrocious.

My friends, Mark Mehler and Gerry Crispin of CareerXroads, recently released a new white paper on how employers are using mobile recruitment market. The verdict: some progress but a whole lot of room for improvement. The white paper was based on a survey of human resource executives from large organizations and builds on a similar survey conducted two years earlier. This time, Mark and Gerry reported that a larger percentages of the companies surveyed have activity in mobile recruiting. For example: (more…)