Regardless if you’re unemployed or employed, the job search process is frustrating and humbling, often leading to a lack of confidence. Unfortunately, it shows to the interviewer or networker and can hurt your odds of winning a job. During my 30+ years of interviewing or helping others get employed, it is clear that your ability [...]
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EVEN WHEN YOUNG PROFESSIONALS POST OUT-OF-OFFICE MESSAGES, THEY’RE STILL CONNECTED. HERE’S WHY EMPLOYERS SHOULD GIVE THE OPTION TO CHECK IN.
No matter where you take your summer holiday, if you’re a millennial, then you will likely be packing your inbox.
According to a recent study by HR consulting firm Randstad, 52% of millennial employees reported feeling compelled to [...]
In June 2013, Simply Hired brought on a team of new college grads. Most of them started a few weeks after their college graduation. This June, we checked in with them to see what they’ve learned in the past year, how they’ve changed, and what advice they have for others who are just starting out.
Here’s what [...]
Greetings from the White House Internship Program,
We are writing to announce that the application for the Spring 2015 White House Internship Program is open. We are reaching out to your organization to encourage you to pass this information to students interested in public service and hope that you can share these details along with the [...]
Make job-hunting for a meaningful job a little less intimidating.
Stuck in a rut while looking for a job with social impact? Sometimes, the best thing you can do is to stop looking and start taking action, no matter how small that action might be. A site called 50 Ways to Get a Job That Makes Good [...]