Do Job Seekers 'Like' Facebook?
By Mark McGraw
The answer may depend upon whom you ask. But experts indicate most job hunters still prefer to keep their personal and professional lives separate, and, at least for now, Facebook seems to remain more of a branding and informational tool for companies.
Cracking the Code on Military Resumes
By Lin Grensing-Pophal
Thanks to a wide range of varied experiences, extensive training and personal challenges, military veterans often make exceptional candidates in the private sector. Yet, due to HR's mistranslation of skill sets from the military to the civilian sector, they are often overlooked.
Finding the Workforce of Tomorrow
By Mark McGraw
New research finds 50 percent of employers accepting applications from high school students for internships. Younger students naturally come to the workforce with less professional polish, but high schools can still be a rich talent source for employers and recruiters seeking interns, experts say.
Criminally Overlooked in the Job Market?
Research suggests recruiters find employed job seekers with criminal records more employable than candidates with clean records but no job. Experts recommend HR professionals take a close look at individual circumstances when considering unemployed applicants.
Recruiters and Their Headaches
By Andrew R. McIlvaine
What ails recruiters these days? Many say the technology they rely on is cumbersome and unhelpful.