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This is the time of year when college graduates are out in force, searching for jobs and lining up interviews. Sadly, many of those who score face-to-face interviews will not be hired not because they aren't adequately educated, but because they
Prevue HR Systems is pleased to announce the launch of their newest psychometric assessment, the Prevue Screen. Developed to help hiring managers and recruiters as a first step in screening job applicants, especially high-volume entry-level or hourly
According to the Career Advisory Board's annual Job Preparedness Indicator study , which I helped conduct as a co-founder, two in five job seekers are not at all confident that the U.S. job market will improve in the next year.
America's college students will soon be cast out into a struggling economic landscape in search of employment. Luckily, college students believe in their ability to get the job done...Inside Higher Ed notes the findings of a new survey that measured
This is the current debate going on in career and strategy circles. "Although applicants rarely mail in resumes these days, the job search isn't going paperless," she writes. "In fact, experts say, a paper resume can make or break a bid for a job."
Qualifications for a job are only part of the reason employers decide who will get hired, a survey of U.S. hiring managers found. CareerBuilder said a sense of humor, sharing common interests with an employer, how candidates dress and who is in
Two recent articles ( here and here ) in Modern Healthcare providing an update on the compensation of CEOs of non-profit hospital systems raised new questions...So true to form, we found in the Modern Healthcare articles these justifications of the
Every job searcher faces different challenges, but hiring managers see some of the same mistakes over and over again. Chances are good that if you're looking for a job , you're making some of these errors and you might have an easier search if you
An increasing number of U.S. employers say they are finding photos or statements online that ruin an applicant's chance at getting a job, a survey indicated. In a Feb. 11-to-March 6 survey of 2,100 hiring managers, Harris Interactive, which conducted
Software That Can Help Most small business owners don't interview often, so sometimes a bit of technology can help you make better hiring decisions. Getty It would surprise many job seekers, but if you've ever hired someone, you know that most hiring