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

Posted December 18, 2013 by

Be Creative with Your Entry Level Job Search in the 21st Century

How can today’s entry level job seeker give himself or herself a better chance to find employment?  Perhaps through creativity.  Learn more in the following post.

Today’s world is a tricky one to live in, vastly different from the one in which our parents were raised. We were promised a world full of jobs, opportunities, and new and exciting ways to make a living. Now, it’s easy to argue that that isn’t the case. We constantly hear

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Posted June 06, 2013 by

7 Online Resources to Help With Interviews for Recent Graduate Jobs

Whether you are someone looking for recent graduate jobs or otherwise, you should do research when preparing for an interview.  The following post has seven online resources to help you learn more about a potential employer.

You’ve identified your target employers, applied for your dream jobs and now you’re getting ready to knock their socks off in the interviews. Your performance in those interviews not only shows what a smart and thorough employee you would be; it also demonstrates your interest in each specific company. Use these online resources to prepare for your interviews and


7 Online Resources That Will Help You Prepare for Your Next Job Interview

Posted April 17, 2013 by

How to make the Best of a Career Fair

Attending a career fair gives job seekers the chance to make a great impression to companies.  Learn how to take advantage of this occasion in the following post.

A job fair is also referred commonly as a career fair or career expo. It is a fair or exposition for employers, recruiters and schools to meet with prospective job seekers. ~ Wikipedia Like it or not.. career fairs can help students get a job faster, here is an informative video and infographic (via Ramussen college) on how to

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Posted December 23, 2011 by

Crowdsourcing Workers Mostly Female, College Educated

Crowdsourcing, as defined by Wikipedia, is “the act of sourcing tasks traditionally performed by specific individuals to a group of people or community (crowd) through an open call.” Examples of crowdsourcing projects are members of the public being invited to:

  • Develop a new technology;
  • Carry out a design task, which is also known as community-based design;
  • Define or carry out the steps of an algorithm; or
  • Help capture, systematize or analyze large amounts of data.

The term has become popular with businesses, authors, and journalists as shorthand for the trend of leveraging the mass collaboration enabled by Web 2.0 technologies to achieve business goals. has occasionally used crowdsourcing vendors such as’s Mechanical Turk to generate short articles on topics related to internships and entry-level jobs. (more…)