Putting Your Best Digital Foot Forward

Studies show that more than 92 percent of job recruiters use social networking sites like LinkedIn to find talent. How do you put your best digital foot forward when it comes time to turn your college pursuits into a career? These tips will have you knocking ‘em dead with the best of them… [Read more…]

Testing Job Candidates a New Trend

In today’s job market, having a college degree is just one component that makes you deemed qualified for a job. But no matter what your resume says about your skills and abilities, you need to be able to show your value to employers. Job candidates need to be prepared to face another level of exams to get hired.

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Computer Science Students in High Demand

We often hear a lot of talk about the need for more students to pursue STEM careers (science, technology, engineering and math), but one institution of higher learning is making the case for including computer science in the high needs category.

Just like its STEM counterparts, the demand for computer science jobs will outpace the number of students in the coming years. That’s good news for you if you’re an aspiring computer science major or enrolling in a technical education program.

For more eye opening facts and stats about the need for more computer science education, we’ll let the infographic from NJIT (New Jersey Institute of Technology) speak for itself… [Read more…]

Cooking Up Careers in Culinary School

No matter what college or career training program you attend, it’s wise to introduce yourself to those in your college’s Career Services office. From resume help to internship and job hook-ups, as a student or alumni, you should take advantage of the career resources and support provided.

We caught up with The Culinary Institute of America in New York to get a taste of its career services menu…

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