Employers have known for some time now that recruiting from specific niche targeted markets is a powerful tool in attracting candidates. Niche networks in key areas like Diversity, Veterans, Green Employers and Social among others represent pools of qualified candidates in different categories some of which qualify for EEOC consideration. One area that is often overlooked is recruiting on association and fraternal organization websites. These are excellent places to identify and recruit very targeted candidates.
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Based on 450,000+ requests from student and recent grads in the United States alone, AfterCollege has compiled a list of the most popular employers among the college population. These are the most popular employers where students want to work.
Competition for internships reached a fever pitch after the economy buckled under its own weight. Now that the highs and lows have begun leveling out and we’ve received some good news about the job market, we can expect to see more internships crop up in the next year.
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Steve Jobs. His legendary status as a successful visionary, entrepreneur and technology pioneer have inspired countless tributes, articles and testimonials since his untimely passing. Just a quick Google search shows what has been written about his success. He is also being commended for how much he actually embraced failure.
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Summer seems so far away. As fall turns to winter, much of the country is currently shivering and breaking out gloves, mittens and coats.
However, you really should move internships to the top of the priority list.
by guest author Jason Levin
One of the biggest complaints we get from college students and grads is that they need to fill out long applicant tracking system (ATS) forms when applying for jobs. This becomes a bigger issue for students when they’re applying to 10+ different employers (the norm these days) with each organization using a different ATS.
Based on over 327,000 student and recent grads in the United States alone, AfterCollege has compiled a list of the most popular employers among the college population. These are the most popular employers where students wants to work.
Ensure that you are getting the most out of this year’s on campus career fairs. Download our free guide and learn tips and tricks on how to attract students to your booth, what you should do in advance of the event to ensure success, how to follow up with students after the event, and more. [Download]
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