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Posted May 26, 2022 by

WATCH: JobBoardGeek podcast #26 hosted by College Recruiter’s Founder, Steven Rothberg, and the Job Board Doctor, Jeff Dickey-Chasins

JobBoardGeek, The job board podcast about the business of connecting candidates and employers is back with another episode. Hosts Steven Rothberg, Founder and Chief Visionary Officer of College Recruiter, and Jeff Dickey-Chasins aka the Job Board Doctor are joined by this week’s guests Shelley Billinghurst and Serge Boudreau of The Recruitment Flex Podcast. Our hosts […]

Posted May 24, 2022 by

WATCH: College Recruiter’s Founder, Steven Rothberg’s presentation on the coming storm of programmatic and CPC for e-Recruitment Congress in Oostende, Belgium

Recently, College Recruiter’s Founder and Chief Visionary Officer, Steven Rothberg gave a presentation on performance-based advertising for the e-Recruitment Congress in Oostende, Belgium. Steven delves into why programmatic and pay for performance job advertising is about to overwhelm traditional duration-based advertising. He also makes the case as to why programmatic is a good solution for […]

Posted May 23, 2022 by

Ukraine humanitarian relief fundraiser co-hosted by College Recruiter

College Recruiter is proud to announce that we’re helping to raise funds to purchase and distribute badly needed medical and other humanitarian relief for Ukrainian victims of the war launched by Russia three months ago.  On June 16th, leaders from one of the top job search sites in the world, Ukraine-based Jooble, will be the featured […]

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Posted May 23, 2022 by

Tips for staying productive while working from home

Working from home has its many, many benefits. More flexible scheduling, the opportunity to work in a comfortable environment, and not having to commute to an office every day are some of the many reasons it’s an excellent route for those with the option and why it has become more prominent since the pandemic. But […]

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Posted May 20, 2022 by

Labor shortage or employer intransigence on wages? Yes, and yes.

So maybe we’re in a labor shortage, and millions of Americans are able to work but have chosen not to reenter the workforce since leaving it at some time during the last 26 months. Or – Maybe we’re not in a real labor shortage, and employers simply aren’t raising wages and improving working conditions enough […]

Posted May 19, 2022 by

WATCH: JobBoardGeek podcast #25 hosted by College Recruiter’s Founder, Steven Rothberg, and the Job Board Doctor, Jeff Dickey-Chasins

JobBoardGeek, The podcast about the business of connecting candidates and employers is back with another episode. Hosts Steven Rothberg, Founder and Chief Visionary Officer of College Recruiter, and Jeff Dickey-Chasins aka the Job Board Doctor. Today’s episode is dedicated to a discussion around publicly traded job boards. As a job board consultant, Jeff often has […]

Posted May 18, 2022 by

Sticky wages are impeding hiring in the U.S. economy

The supply/demand model suggests if there is a shortage in the supply of labor, the price of labor will rise until the shortage has been eliminated, arriving at equilibrium in the labor market. Yet we’re not seeing anything of the sort. By all accounts there appears to be no end in sight for the current […]

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Posted May 17, 2022 by

How to land a remote summer internship

An internship is a great way to gain experience in your field of interest and make strong connections that can advance your career faster. With remote work becoming much more common over the past few years, due partly to the COVID-19 pandemic, people are re-thinking what working looks like all together, and internships are no […]

Posted May 16, 2022 by

Resumes: when to graduate to a two-page resume

Just about all of us who’ve been to college were told then to have a one-page resume. Some have believed this so fervently that 10, 20, even 30 years later, they will cut excellent content from their resume to get it all to fit on one page. This is damaging to your job search efforts […]

Posted May 12, 2022 by

Out of the Frying Pan and Past the Fire

Restaurant workers are leaving the industry and unemployed workers are reluctant to take their jobs. It’s no mystery why. Uncompetitive wages Some restaurants have raised their wages quite dramatically and made substantial changes to working conditions like offering employees consistent work schedules. In doing so, these restaurants make themselves competitive with industries whose quit rates […]