During the Social Age job search, sometimes it’s hard for job seekers to keep up with the newest trends.
But what if you knew exactly how employers found their best candidates? How they measure the quality of a new hire? And how they set out to establish themselves as brand worth working for?
The phone rings… it’s a recruiter!
You’re both excited and petrified. You’ve been waiting for this call, but you don’t have much experience at this. You don’t know the rules. You don’t have any idea what they are going to ask!
Recruiters help organizations find top talent and, if you’re lucky, help put in you in position to land a job.
In other words, they can be great resources during your job search. Unfortunately, however, they aren’t always completely clear when they communicate with candidates…
When an employer receives your application, and they evaluate you as a job seeker, what do they really look for? The school you went to? Your GPA? Perhaps it is volunteer experience or soft skills? When going through the interview process, what makes the biggest difference? If the interview didn’t go so well, should you count on your cover letter and thank you note to help make up ground? As shown in this infographic from Addison Group, employers clearly care about relevant work experience and skills… no surprise there. But did you know they also care a great deal about the reputation
In a highly competitive job market, sometimes it helps to know what “the other side” is thinking, how they work to attract new talent, and what exactly they are looking for in a new employee.
Which makes this infographic from Jobvite very interesting. Here, we get to see exactly what recruiters are doing to attract top talent…
Today’s tight job market presents job-seekers with a barrage of fluffy blog posts promising “secret” information recruiters “don’t want you to know.”
The truth, of course, is that there is no special trick. But there are five things every recruiter looks for in a resume…