I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but summer is quickly coming to an end, which means college and high school students across the country will be headed back to school—increasing your staffing shortage even more. Fortunately, if your company hosted an internship program, you’re in luck!
Category: College Recruiting
The campus is a prime source of entry-level workers for many types of jobs. It takes some special techniques and approaches to be successful at attracting the students you want when there is a lot of competition from other employers.
Nearly 20% of the class of 2019 already have full-time job offers.
Contrary to popular belief, summer employment is not reserved for just the recreation and outdoor industries. And while the summer is already underway, hiring intentions remain constant among many industries.
Getting good grades in high school helps you get into a good college, but does getting good grades in college help you land a good job? Do companies even look at grade point averages (GPAs) when reviewing candidates’ résumés? If you’re like the 12% of C-Suite executives who say grades matter in the hiring process, […]
With unemployment so low, it’s hard to find top talent. Which is why many employers are turning to interns to help fill the void.
In 2017, 74% of employers claimed that they were going to hire recent college graduates. And you can expect this to remain a trend in 2018, too, as competition to acquire new and progressive talent will continue in coming years.
Summer is right around the corner and for employers that hire minors or use college students as unpaid interns, you should take the time to review your hiring practices to make sure they are in compliance with federal law.
School is wrapping up for many across the country, which means more students will be looking for jobs to fill the void this summer. Fortunately for them, 41% of companies in a recent CareerBuilder survey say they expect to hire more summer workers for the second year in a row.
In a packed and attentive session at RecruitCon 2018, Susan Vitale, Chief Marketing Officer at iCIMS Inc., offered a series of best practices for recruiters. BLR’s RecruitCon 2018 was held recently in Nashville.
According to iCIMS Chief Marketing Officer, Susan Vitale—in a recent RecruitCon 2018 session—81% of college seniors said they would be willing to accept a full‐time job in a field unrelated to their college major. With salary expectations for entry-level positions on the rise, college graduates may have to end up settling for a position outside […]