4 non-annoying ways to follow up after an interview

4 non-annoying ways to follow up after an interview
  You landed the interview, and as far as you’re concerned? You nailed that sucker. Or, you met with a recruiter who seemed super interested and incredibly connected with the exact kinds of companies for whom you want to work. She said, “Keep in touch!” Awesome. But a couple of weeks have gone by and ...

How to get employers to chase you down on social media

How to get employers to chase you down on social media
  Original article published by Karl L. Hughes on Socialmouths The job market is tough. No doubt about it. Even though there have been some modest gains in the number of jobs available, more jobs are going to part-time or contract workers than ever, which has led a lot of people to give up, leave ...

What Every College Student Should Post on LinkedIn

What Every College Student Should Post on LinkedIn
 Posted on mashable by Jess Fee, August 12, 2013 Are you waiting until after graduation to start building up your LinkedIn profile? It’s time to reconsider. “Every student is blindly trying to make a resume, but surprisingly many don’t have great LinkedIn profiles,” says Natan Edelsburg, senior vice president at Sawhorse Media. “I often hear, ...

How to find recruiters on LinkedIn: Infographic

How to find recruiters on LinkedIn: Infographic
Published on Undercover Recruiter by Laurence Hebberd

How to find recruiters in your niche

How to find recruiters in your niche
Building relationships with recruiters may expose you to career opportunities that you might not learn about otherwise. Most employers don’t advertise the positions they hire recruiters to help fill, which are typically a firm’s most senior and highest-paying. And search executives usually promote their services to employers, not job hunters. Identifying and connecting with recruiters ...

Why You Need LinkedIn… Even When You’re Not Job Searching

Why You Need LinkedIn... Even When You're Not Job Searching
By Bryce Christiansen, Youterns, Posted June 27, 2013 Although some are in transition, many of the clients and colleagues we work with are blessed with successful careers. Whenever we bring up LinkedIn and how they should really consider sprucing up their profile, they kind of look at us and say, “Why would I need that? ...

There’s an “ad” for that: My adventures in using social media to land a summer internship

There’s an “ad” for that: My adventures in using social media to land a summer internship
“Don’t even bother trying,” they told me. “Take the summer off,” they said, “and just enjoy yourself.” A summer internship in Manhattan. That was the elusive prize they told me I couldn’t have. The conventional wisdom went: They don’t hire freshmen as interns. Even more discouraging was the belief that the most highly desirable internships ...