All Blog Posts Tagged 'job' (1,219)

Do crappy job ads = crappy company culture?

I have this theory that job ads reflect the "quality" of a company's culture. Here are a few examples of what I mean... 

Job ads full of typos, misspellings, grammar errors and poor formatting, such as chunks of jumbled text, look sloppy and reflect a place that doesn't value professional…


Added by Kelly Blokdijk on February 11, 2016 at 1:00am — 1 Comment

Job Seekers Are Scared of You, Recruiter

As a country and an education system, we really suck at trying to educate job seekers about how to find a career or even decide what they want to have a career doing. We spend an inordinate amount of time focused on chemistry and biology instead of coaching people to find their dreams and…


Added by Katrina Kibben on February 9, 2016 at 5:00pm — No Comments

How to Promote a Job Vacancy without Paying for It

“We’re on a tight budget, but we need a new employee. How can I promote my job vacancy well enough to reach a wide range of job seekers without paying recruiter fees or the costs associated with featured posts on job boards?”

Have you…


Added by Hagi Trinh on February 2, 2016 at 9:00am — No Comments

Top Recruiting Jobs of the Week

Have a job? Need a better one?

Even though our daily currency is work, it's not so easy when recruiter's start their own job searches. That's most likely because we know the BS jobs from the brightest opportunities and are a bit more critical of companies.

We're insiders. We know…


Added by Katrina Kibben on January 20, 2016 at 4:02pm — No Comments

Recruiting Jobs - Week of January 11th

If you're looking for a great recruiting job in the midst of all these how-to's and what not to do's, you're in luck. In case you didn't know, you actually can find one here, on RecruitingBlogs.

With the power that is, RecruitingBlogs actually has its own mini job board…


Added by Katrina Kibben on January 13, 2016 at 4:11pm — No Comments

Top Recruiting Jobs - Week 1 2016

So, there's this little tab above this blog post that says "jobs." I'll venture to say you've probably never noticed it before. I get it. There's a lot happening and you're here for recruiting news, not to find a job.

But on the off chance you are looking for a recruiting job, you…


Added by Katrina Kibben on January 5, 2016 at 5:51pm — No Comments

Beer Jobs!

Any beer recruiters on here? I found a cool niche that has several job boards you might like to check out. These "Beer jobs" resources will keep your glass full. Enjoy a cold one on me. #cheers #beers #careers…


Added by Chris Russell on January 1, 2016 at 4:30pm — No Comments

6 Resume Writing Tips for Career/Educational Counselors

Writing a good resume can be considered as a kind of art, because there is not a correct way to formulate one’s resume, but there are always some resume writing tips that can be found helpful when applying for an education and career counseling position. It is important to stand out from the crowd with your resume and that is done with quality content that is clearly written without any errors.…


Added by Jennifer Bouley on December 25, 2015 at 10:09am — No Comments

An Education in the Fine Arts

Should You Continue Your Studies?



 Choosing to continue your studies within a form of the fine arts after high school graduation is both risky and expensive.…


Added by Jennifer Bouley on December 24, 2015 at 6:06am — No Comments

Networking Building and its Benefits

Networking is one of the proven strategies that will help build your career over the long term. With networking you rarely see the benefits right away, but long term with continued relationship management and giving you will see the payoff both professionally and personally.

Like any other relationship, professional relationships are not one sided. In fact, since they are not as personal they often require…


Added by Jennifer Bouley on December 22, 2015 at 6:43am — No Comments

10 online tools to write a triumphant resume

t’s not that easy to get a good job these days. There are dozens of candidates and sometimes hundreds of them, applying for one single post. In this situation, your qualifications are not enough anymore. One needs to make an impression from the first look! And so, you must create an appealing resume that will determine HR persons call you right away.



Added by Julie Petersen on November 24, 2015 at 9:48am — No Comments

Millennial retention is all based on family benefits

No age group wants paid time off for themselves or loved ones more than millennials. As these tech-savvy young adults come of age both at work and at home, they’re feeling the stress of decreasing life balance and increasing demands. 

Employers, too, are affected by…


Added by Stacy Carpenter on November 21, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments

Career Change: How to Pull Yourself Out of a Boring Job

If you’ve begun to realize you don’t love your job as much as you used to, take comfort in the thought that getting into a career rut is easy. First, you land a great position. Next, you work for the same company for a couple of years and after a while, you learn that your boss never gives your any raises and you have nowhere left to grow.

If this scenario sounds familiar, it might be time to pull yourself out of a dead-end job and find a new, more rewarding career.…


Added by Brooke Chaplan on November 19, 2015 at 1:24pm — No Comments

Is your profile picture helping or hindering your job search?

Why is your profile photographs are so important to your job search, and how can you make sure your profile pictures are working to your advantage?

There was a time when people were nervous about the internet. They were scared to used credit cards online and they were…


Added by Jane Paine on November 18, 2015 at 1:25pm — 2 Comments

Copy that 'does the job' is fine. Copy that sells it is better

I'd finished work for the week early last Friday so decided, as an experiment, to throw an offer out on Twitter - I'd write a free bit of recruitment copy for the first recruiter to get in touch with me and send me an existing job ad or description. I didn't hold my breath, and to be…


Added by Alasdair Murray on November 17, 2015 at 6:30am — 2 Comments

What's Your Mobile Recruiting Strategy?

Today’s job-seekers are on the move and more connected with their mobile devices than ever. More than 85 percent of people looking for jobs use their smartphones to start a job search on a job board, and 70 percent prefer to apply via their mobile devices. More than half want to upload their resumes on the go. If your …


Added by Stacy Carpenter on November 13, 2015 at 12:33am — No Comments

5 Ways To Improve Your Current Career Position

There is hardly any working professional who does not want to improve career prospects but very few are sure about the ways to do so! There is no magic solution to bag a dream job and neither there is a short cut way. However, with a few proven strategies and consistent efforts you can make a change in your present career position. This is applicable to professionals in almost any industry including IT, healthcare, retail etc.

Below listed are a few handy tips, which may help you…


Added by Tim Breasnan on November 3, 2015 at 12:18am — No Comments

What Makes A Good Engineering Manager?

Most recruiters have this perennial complaint while hiring for engineering firms; it is very hard to find a good engineering manager. They say, good engineers are tough to hire but easy to find, while on the other hand, good engineering managers are not only tough to hire but also tough to find. But what exactly makes a good engineering manager? We will find out…


Added by Angel Joana Hall on October 28, 2015 at 1:34am — No Comments

How Far Will You Go to Make Your Resume Stand Out?

What are you willing to do to make your resume stand apart from the pack? Would you plaster your face on a giant billboard? Drop off your application in costume? In many lines of work, creativity gets you points. However, it’s important not to go overboard. 

To make your resume…


Added by Stacy Carpenter on October 4, 2015 at 12:52am — No Comments

Done with Job Interview? Now, Learn How to Follow Up?

The waiting game begins

After a job interview, the toughest thing is to weather the waiting period, which may take months or sometimes, even more. Time goes by and you may not hear a single word from the interviewer who seemed very…


Added by Ben Karter on September 15, 2015 at 6:10am — No Comments

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