jobseekers

  1. How Social Media Affects Your Chances at Getting Hired

    How Social Media Affects Your Chances at Getting Hired
    There's so much to consider when hiring a potential candidate at any company. Reviewing resumes and checking references have always been the norm but when and where does social media come into play? There are some fine lines that both HR professionals and candidates alike need to be mindful of when it comes to social media posts and the conclusions that can be...
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  2. What "YOU" Need to Say In a Job Interview

    What "YOU" Need to Say In a Job Interview
    Job seekers place too much focus on answering the hard interview questions that they forget something very important: They need to ask questions, too.  Asking the right questions at an interview is important for many reasons. But here’s 2 important ones! First, the questions you ask confirm your qualifications as a candidate for the role you’re interviewing for. Second, you...
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  3. 10 Tips to Ace Your Job Interview

    10 Tips to Ace Your Job Interview
    The start of the New Year is always prime time for employers to look for and hire new talent. So how can you be best prepared? View the list below for some helpful tips:           Do your research. Visit the website of the company you’re interviewing with and understand...
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  4. Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Find Me a Job

    Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Find Me a Job
    It’s no coincidence that Sanjeev Agrawal, the co-founder and chief executive of Collegefeed, compares finding a job with dating. Finding The One (or at least The One That’s Good Enough) in both jobs and love is difficult under the best of circumstances, and it’s even harder if you don’t know where or how to start your search. Collegefeed, a one-year-old...
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  5. 6 Jobs for Bilingual Job Seekers

    6 Jobs for Bilingual Job Seekers
    According to the U.S. Census Bureau, more than half of the total U.S. population growth between 2000 and 2010 was due to the increase in the Hispanic population. From 1980-2007, the percentage of people whose first language is not English grew by 140 percent, while the nation's overall population grew by 34 percent. As these segments of the population...
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  6. Using Language To Land The Job

    Using Language To Land The Job
    As the economy continues to slowly improve and unemployment levels drop, more and more jobseekers are finding the task of getting hired less daunting. Unemployment rates in the United States decreased to 5.40 percent in April of 2015 from 5.50 percent a month earlier. This trend signals a slow yet steadily growing confidence in the economy and a positive future...
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  7. The Growing Demand for a Multilingual Workforce

    The Growing Demand for a Multilingual Workforce
    With the growing demand for multilingual in today’s increasingly globalizing world, listing “fluency” in several languages on one’s resume has become a significant advantage for job seekers. What does it actually mean when someone says that they are fluent, though? How can companies be sure that the people they are hiring actually have the requisite language skills to fulfill their...
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