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- Generation Z Is Breaking Into the Job Market - But What Do They Want? August 21, 2017When it comes to the multigenerational workplace, millennials get all the attention – but that's about to change. As Gen. Y settles into middle management positions and employers finally get a hang of what this crop of talent wants from a job, Generation Z is on the rise; soon, it'll shake everything up all over […]
- 10 Underrated Recruiting Tools You Should Start Using Today August 18, 2017Welcome to Top 10, Recruiter.com's weekly rundown of the best of the best in recruiting! Every Friday, we release a list of some of our favorite people, things, and ideas dominating the industry. From awesome tech tools and cool companies to great books and powerful trends, no stone in the recruiting space will be left unturned. […]
- Young Talent: Why Your Professional Network Is as Important as Your Social Network August 15, 2017As the summer months come to an end, many upperclassmen and recent college graduates will be entering the first stages of their professional lives. Whether starting fall-semester internships or joining the workforce full-time, these young professionals face an exciting, pivotal moment that can also bring a little anxiety, uncertainty, and even fear. It's natural for young […]
- 6 Resume Missteps That Can Derail Your Job Application August 15, 2017Your resume is the first impression you'll make on a hiring manager. As such, its goal should be to capture the recruiter's interest long enough that they read the document to the end. Unfortunately, silly mistakes can get in the way. Did you know that hiring managers spend six seconds reading a candidate's resume before […]
- 3 Ways to Build Trust Through Body Language August 15, 2017Article by Melissa Balmain People tend to overestimate their ability to read others' faces or bodies for trustworthiness, psychologists say. Practiced liars can be experts at genuine-seeming eye contact and gestures. As unreliable as body language is, it can still be a powerful factor in trust. We're more prone to like or help people who […]