Recruited 101: 4 tips for managing your studies during recruitment season

Recruited 101: 4 tips for managing your studies during recruitment season
  Fall marks the start of a new school year, which means that it’s time to head back to campus, attend as many welcome back parties as possible and even squeeze in some time for your classes. On top of all these priorities, you also need to be thinking about your job hunt. This is ...

What you can take away from your summer job

What you can take away from your summer job
Food service is not for the faint of heart. It takes confidence to respond calmly to angry customers, while rocking a visor that went out of style in the sixth grade. I worked at a bagel shop the summer before college—my first job with a real paycheck—and the skills I developed that summer have guided ...

12 college experiences your resume needs

12 college experiences your resume needs
  See original article on YouTern, posted July 23, 2013, by Kirk Baumann

Four online tools to help you practice job interviews

Four online tools to help you practice job interviews
As hiring managers compare your resume, cover letter and online presence to the needs of the position, you’ve survived several layers of candidate screening. You’re feeling confident as you’ve made it to the job interview. But are you really ready? Practice interviews should be part of your preparation strategy! You probably won’t be able to ...

University Graduate Employment

University Graduate Employment
Text Version Available Below   Text Version Below UNIVERSITY GRADUATES Thinking about going to university? Wondering about job prospects and salaries? Each year, graduates of university undergraduate programs are surveyed about their success in finding work through the Ontario University Graduate Survey. Graduates from 2010 were surveyed from fall 2012 to April 2013. TWO YEARS ...