Tag: job

  • Still not using Facebook? It may cost you a job.

    Tory Johnson of Women for Hire and frequent Good Morning America contributor “hit it” right on the head. Like it or not, Social Media is here to stay and Facebook (with Google Plus accelerating) is leading the pack. As we said earlier, more recruiters are using Facebook & other social media to look for candidates. …

  • Job Recruiters Turn to Facebook to Find Candidates

    via online.wsj.com Need another reason to modify your Facebook privacy settings? Seems like recruiters are looking to Facebook for potential candidates. Learn what you can do to keep you Facebook profile page job search friendly. Posted via email from nextSTEPH’s posterous

  • Help-Wanted Ads Exclude the Long-Term Jobless

    via nytimes.com Being jobless may no longer be a barrier for application to jobs. Posted via email from nextSTEPH’s posterous

  • NYTimes.com: Between College and That First Job

    This page was sent to you by:  stephanie.cockerl@gmail.com JOB MARKET   | June 05, 2011 Career Couch:  Between College and That First Job By EILENE ZIMMERMAN In a tough economy, many new college graduates will have much trouble finding employment. But instead of suspending the search, they should take time to develop skills and build…

  • Huffington Post: iPhone Alarm Glitch: How It Cost Someone their Job

    The effects of the iphone glitch. Have become so overly dependent on our phones? iPhone Alarm Glitch: How It Cost Me My Job Mr. Jobs, I’d like you to know that you have directly contributed to unemployment in 2011. If you had warned me about the glitch, I could have at least picked up a…

  • Would you pay to have an internship?

    According to the Chicago Tribune, students paid upward of $5000 and up, just to be placed as an unpaid intern at some of the most sought after companies. Read more about it. College students pay to work at unpaid internships.

  • Life after college

    As it is still graduation season for some colleges and universities, I can’t help but to think back on what happened after I “graduated”. Lately, the job market has not been kind to anyone, especially college graduates. I stumbled upon an article, that talks about college graduates having  to move back home and the compromises…