Balancing Two Internships: Can It Be Done?

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You’re refreshing your email constantly. You’ve even dared to make your email your homepage for a couple of days waiting and wishing for any organization to get back to you. You’ve made all the right moves up

Interesting Interview Questions from 5 Fab Recruiters

Interview questions are a recruiter’s choice of tool to weed out the paper prospects from the physical stand-outs and they run the gambit from weird to blunt. Some questions border on the abstract: how much heavier is a mouse than an elephant? How much do you charge to wash every

Ways to Improve Employer Branding: 4 Shades of Grey


Employers and Human Resources know that employer branding is crucial to the make-up of its people, and therefore, the success of the organization. That’s why our members follow us on SnapChat for behind the scenes, trust our curated job board, and attend our huge conferences and recruiting events; millions of

It Pays to Pay: 3 Reasons Why Employers Benefit from Paying Interns

Every year, thousands of aspiring young professionals find work through internship programs hoping to gain valuable experience and meet potential contacts for future employment. Potential employers assume that offering unpaid internships will be a real money-saver, however, paying interns can save even more in the long-term.

Making Your Elevator Pitch to Employers

 
“So tell me a little about yourself.”
“Well, I’m from New York and I graduated from-“
And that’s a wrap.

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If employers wanted to know where you graduated from, what your GPA was, and where you last worked, they wouldn’t need an interview. They would probably