Tag Archives: Seekers

Technological Changes in Recruitment and How Job Seekers Should Adapt

Costi Teleman — July 27, 2019 — July 27, 2019 These days, technology is at the forefront of nearly all human activities—changing the way things are done whether you’re a student, a teacher, a business owner, or an employee. And one area that has been greatly shaped by technology is hiring. Professionals in the recruitment … Continue reading Technological Changes in Recruitment and How Job Seekers Should Adapt

An Inside Look at How 3 Job Seekers Made a Successful Career Change

Virginia Franco — January 16, 2019 Follow @VAFrancoResumes — January 16, 2019 As a career storyteller and executive resume writer, my favorite part of the job is hearing about the fascinating journeys of others. In this article, I present three job seekers from three different industries, and yet all have one thing in common. Three … Continue reading An Inside Look at How 3 Job Seekers Made a Successful Career Change

Job Seekers Utilizing Mobile is Growing But Still Lacks Conversion

by David Bernstein May 15, 2016 Follow @dbernsteMay 15, 2016 Without question, we are living in an increasingly mobile world, where smartphones are being used for more and more personal and business activities, including job seeking. And while many industry pundits tout the rise of mobile candidate applications, a closer look at recent survey results … Continue reading Job Seekers Utilizing Mobile is Growing But Still Lacks Conversion

How Employers Use Social Network Checks to Screen Job Seekers

Genia StevensSeptember 25, 2015 Many employers have made social network checks a standard part of the talent acquisition process. A 2015 Harris poll revealed that fifty-two percent of employers use social networking sites to screen job candidates during the hiring process. These social network checks have become almost as common as reference checks and criminal … Continue reading How Employers Use Social Network Checks to Screen Job Seekers