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Job Boards

.Jobs Comment Period Closes Friday. Or Not

If you haven’t already offered your opinion on the future of .jobs, the Internet address extension designed for corporate career sites, better hurry. Friday might be your last chance. Then again it may not be. The Society for Human resource…

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Unemployment Claims Up, Market Down

The U.S. economy is sending mixed messages again. Today, the government reported that new jobless claims rose by 25,000 last week, the largest rise in three months, wiping out the gains made since early April. Meanwhile, The Conference Board reported…

Outsourcing

Recruiter Job Famine Coming to an End

Mike Nale is a victim of the recession. In less than three years he has gone from promising founder of a recruitment marketing agency in Oahu, to living in a pay-by-the-day room. Having long ago sold off his possessions and…

Interns

Unpaid Internships: The Cautious Approach

In today’s get-it-fast, get-it-now society, we hear about things before we have an opportunity to read about them or see them for ourselves. As an established figure within the internship space and someone who runs on Pacific Standard Time, I…

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7 Questions You Wouldn’t Expect During a Millennial Interview

The task of recruiting millennials/Gen-Yers continues to be an exercise in expecting the unexpected. Because this demographic views the worker-supervisor relationship differently than previous generations and has a unique sense of transparency, recruiting millennials/Gen-Yers continues to challenge both recruiters and…

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Simplify Life. Become a G-Recruiter

You want to be a G-Recruiter? Consider it if you’re an independent, or work where Outlook is considered an ATS, or you track candidates on Post-Its and file resumes on your hard drive in the folder called “RESUMES.” Or you’re…