It's You and the Gatekeeper and the Battle of Wit.
I think there's one simple line of questioning you can ask a job applicant to determine if the person thinks entrepreneurially or not.
How old were you when you had your first job and what was it and what does it say about your character today?
I grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio and in the 1950s and 1960s we had a lot of snow in the winters.
At least that's how I remember it.
One of the earliest jobs I remember being paid for…Continue
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Readyforce is looking for home-based professional interviewers to provide contract video interview services to our clients. Our goal is to simulate as closely as possible a face-to-face interview experience for both the applicant and the client viewing the recorded…
Occupations with the largest percentage growth expected through 2018:
• Biomedical Engineers 72%
• Network Systems Analysts 53%
• Home Health Aides 50%
• Personal, Home-Care Aides 46%
• Financial Examiners 41%
• Medical Scientists 40%
• Physician Assistants 39%
• Skin-Care Specialists 38%
• Biochemists, Biophysicists 37%
• Athletic Trainers 37%
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So what exactly is this thing called ‘the hidden job market’? The hidden job market consists of openings that are not directly advertised. More and more companies are relying on their employees and specialized, niche sites to identify qualified candidates. What is the reason for this? More… Continue
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John Zappe over on ERE is "guessing that the positions on the Nelson job board for recruiter and sourcer in Mountain View (Google’s HQ) are the same ones referred to in the email. If so, the pay scale appears to be in the $40-$45 per hour range for sourcers and $60-$70 for recruiters." Read more… Continue
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There's an interesting question just popped up over on LinkedIn - it asks:
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Vanessa Keenan, IT Recruiter at HSI/ Questcon Technologies asked, over on LinkedIn last week about creative ways of finding a new job. She queried: With the job market being so tough in so many areas, what are some creative ways you have seen candidates go about looking for a new job? One of the most creative things I have seen is someone I know who was sending out a "chain" resume. He sent out his resume to several people he knows and asked them… Continue
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Recent reports — unemployment at a 25-year high, hundreds of thousands of jobs lost every month — are enough to make many job seekers want to hide under the covers.
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Let's pray it's so. Here.
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David Perry, a longtime headhunter, says you're wasting your time if you're looking for job postings online. And he should know: he's often the guy on the other side helping companies lure new talent. Perry, who's based in Ottawa, says that in the last 22 years he has accomplished 996 searches totaling $172 million in salary. And the bottom line in today's economy, he says, is you have to tap the "hidden job market."
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Cities in the Pacific Northwest and Texas have the best employment outlook for April through June, while cities in the the Southeast have the weakest, according to the study. More… Continue
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These careers are expected to thrive under priorities outlined by the Obama administration. Green Construction Manager
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