Tuesday Mar 4
US News & World Report
5 Steps to Enhance Your Online Job Search
"There's nothing new under the sun" doesn't apply to job search . This field continues to change by the day, with new recruiting apps, mobile search technologies and increased expectations around use of social media platforms for interviewing and hiring.
Study: Most U.S. Workers Willing to Quit
A large majority of U.S. workers are on the job market, with more than half of employed Americans actively seeking or open to new jobs, according to the 2014 Jobvite Job Seeker Nation Study, released Feb. 6. Jobvite's online survey of 2,135 adults, conducted in December 2013, found that 71 percent of the U.S. labor force is "willing to wander."
The hiring game - it's a lot like dating really
How workers perceive career progression together with the explosion of social media and new technology has transformed the recruitment process, making it more akin to dating, experts say.
The Curious Capitalist
5 Signs You're Overqualified For Your Job
Did you hop online because the stuff on your desk is mindless busy work and what's waiting in your to-do folder are boring tasks you could do in your sleep? In other words, are you overqualified for your job? If you think you are, you have plenty of company: Recruiting software company Jobvite finds that 36% of respondents in a recent survey of ... (more)
4 Ways To Use Facebook To Find A Job
Kevin Mueller was in his last semester at Miami University in Ohio and he hadn't yet landed a post-graduation job.