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10 Job Hunting Tips for Recent College Graduates

Posted on January 1, 2010 at 7:10pm 0 Comments

You're a recent college graduate, you're eager, you're hungry, but you're unemployed. Now what?



1.Make sure your resume is posted, or refreshed, on the to major job boards(Monster, CareerBuilder, HotJobs), school job boards, and association sites.

2. Make sure relevant key words, including courses are on your resume in the format that they would be searched. Employers use search tools to find candidates. If you don't have the keywords if the exact way they are searched your… Continue

3 Tips Before You Make an Offer

Posted on August 19, 2008 at 12:19pm 0 Comments

Rule 1: Get excited about your position.

Before you sell a candidate on a position, sell yourself on it. A candidate will never be more enthusiastic about the position than you are. Spend some time finding out what the positives are in the position and the type of candidate that would match best for it.



Rule 2: Make sure you have a good match.

If you're working too hard to close a candidate then take a step back and ask if this is a good match.

If you feel it's not a… Continue

Passive Candidates, an Oxymoron?

Posted on August 14, 2008 at 1:30pm 4 Comments

We all know what active candidates are, they have their resume prepared, they are on the major job boards and they are actively applying to jobs. What is a passive candidate? The common definition is that passive candidates are not actively looking and they have to be pursued.



Are candidates open to job inquiries on Linkedin.com, and other networking sites active or passive? The transition from passive to active is a click, literally.



Once a candidate prepares their… Continue

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