early all large organizations – and many mid-sized companies – rely on an Applicant Tracking System (ATS) to automatically screen thousands of candidates at the click of a button!
After all, with so many applications coming in per position, there’s no way larger employers can sift through such large quantities of resumes without an automated system.
Of course, these systems aren’t 100 percent perfect. Your well-suited resume may never be seen by the recruiter if the formatting doesn’t match exactly what is expected… as dictated by the human setting up the ATS…
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Graduate degrees can have a significant impact on your income in the right field.
Check out this interesting infographic by Graduate Degree Programs, showing how average lifetime salaries are directly correlated to education in many fields.
Is your field of study one of the 15 careers where it pays to have a graduate degree?
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The Millennials are coming! Millennials are the up-and-coming generation in the US workforce (and around the world). At 2.3 billion strong, they’ll soon be the largest generational group, even with many Boomers delaying retirement. This generation will make several considerable impacts on the workforce beyond just their numbers. For instance, they’ll be more ethnically diverse and better-educated than previous generations. And their workplace needs will have far-reaching changes on management structures. The Millennials are coming. And the way most companies do business is going to change considerably because of them. Check out this interesting infographic from GraphicDesignNYC and Red Tree
It starts in elementary school. By the time you’re in high school, it is the first question you’re asked in a public situation:
What are you going to be when you grow up?
Trouble is, hardly anyone ever really knows the answer. Even when we think we do… turns out we’re often wrong.
In a competitive job market, it may seem that the hardest part of the job search is landing that first job interview. However, getting the offer can often be a bigger hurdle.
This interesting infographic from Rasmussen College can help you prepare for what to do before and after that first interview.
Follow these 9 steps to stay calm, focused and confident, and increase your chance of getting that job!