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Sunday, April 23, 2017Yahoo Finance
While 8 in 10 American adults consider themselves typo-free, 7 in 10 say they often find mistakes in written correspondence from others, according to a recent survey of the grammar gripes of more than 2,000 adults by Dictionary.com.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017HR Dive
A new CareerBuilder survey found that one-third of employers plan to hire immigrants this year, despite the Trump administration’s “Americans first” job policy.
Tuesday, April 18, 2017Mic
Writing an awesome resume is key to finding your dream job, but crafting the perfect resume can be hard since you never know exactly what will impress a recruiter.
Monday, April 17, 2017ERE
It’s an almost universal complaint across both corporations and small businesses around the world. “We aren’t getting enough applicants and it is hurting our business.” This shortage of applications is probably occurring despite the fact that your corporation is well known and that your jobs are exciting. Find out the precise underlying reasons why no one is applying. But, unfortunately, you’ll never know why until you shift to a data-driven approach to recruiting. So if you haven’t made that shift, let me save you some time and reveal how data and what I call “five ugly numbers” will clearly show you the top reasons why you’re not getting enough applications.
Friday, April 14, 2017Business News Daily
In today's world, standing out among a sea of qualified job candidates includes establishing your own personal online brand that speaks directly to potential employers.