Lauren Pedigo is a Marketing Associate at Kinvey in Boston. But she didnt get that job by browsing job boards all day. Instead she made twitter her primary job search tool. And it worked! Listen how in this awesome podcast interview.
Here’s another story of how one job seeker got her job. This ones comes from Kari Morlock who currently works at Vascasa Rentals as a PR Coordinator. She actually gives us a peek into her many job search experiences.
College grads are increasingly attracted to cities like Denver, San Diego, Salt Lake City, Nashville and Portland, reports the New York Times.
The increasing reach of noncompete agreements and trade-secret laws leaves workers with few options when looking for a new gig.
A CBS News investigation raises serious questions about the legitimacy of Job Corps, a tax-funded program that promises a new start to thousands of teens.
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A new report by Working Mother Research Institute finds that a majority of men have flexible work schedules and are comfortable using flex time.
Earn six figures without leaving the house.
In the latest episode of CareerCloud Radio we look at social recruiting from an employer perspective. The CEO of Laddering Works in Marietta Georgia never posts jobs, he just tells candidates to stalk him on social media. Listen as we talk about his unique social recruiting style.
Quora user and recruiter Ambra Benjamin answers the question, “What do recruiters notice about your resume at first glance?”
Stop reminding everyone who “the boss” is around here–but know when to fire effectively. These tips will make you a better leader.
CareerCloud has launched a new mobile application, Talent Xray, which helps recruiters and sourcers write basic boolean search strings for Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+.
I was not always a writer, coach, speaker and pen-and-marker fiend. I used to be a Human Resources person. I ran Human Resources departments in the startup world and the Fortune 500 world, too. I hired thousands of people, and I noticed one glaring truth about who gets hired.