How Saavy College Students Prepare to Get Hired

College students: you’ve been misled; employers don’t care about the courses you’ve taken, or even, in most cases, your GPA. Saavy college students prepare to get hired by learning what employers are looking for, and it’s got nothing to do with what you’ve been concerned with throughout your life as a student. Students are understandably

Job Satisfaction isn’t “Takin’ Care of Business”

Economist Robert H. Frank wrote an article that was published in yesterday’s New York Times, “The Incalculable Value of Finding a Job You Love,” where he suggests that people faced with a job offer for a high salary but low job satisfaction “resist the soul-crushing job’s promise of extra money and savor the more satisfying conditions you’ll find

3 LinkedIn Profile Tips to Adopt for Your Job Search

94% of recruiters and hiring managers use LinkedIn to identify best fit passive or active candidates for their job openings, according to a report on 2015 job recruitment trends. Ninety-four percent. Why are you on LinkedIn, anyway? For one, it’s a social network for professionals, so this is where we cyber-meet individuals whose business needs and