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5 Unconventional and Effective Tips to Boost your Job Search

Posted on November 28th, by Goldbeck Recruiting in Career, Job Search, Resume Writing. Comments Off on 5 Unconventional and Effective Tips to Boost your Job Search

Job Search can be tedious when you’re not having any luck scoring interviews. This can happen quite often in our fast paced social media dominated society. When this happens, you may have to take a step back and approach the situation from another angle. Here are 5 unconventional and unusual BUT effective ways you can get yourself back … Read More »

The Truth About Recruiters

Posted on December 17th, by Kevin Leh in Job Search. Comments Off on The Truth About Recruiters

Hard Hitting Truth, Recruiters Don’t Work For Candidates

The reality to it is that recruiters are client-centric and when I used the term “client” it means companies looking to hire people. The common myth is that recruiters help job seekers find jobs.

Not at all.


11 Reasons Why I Would Never Hire You

Posted on October 11th, by Henry Goldbeck in Job Search. Comments Off on 11 Reasons Why I Would Never Hire You

This slide show about fresh grads getting hired, or not, is really great! The beginning is a little pessimistic and cynical and almost turned me off but keep going and you will be rewarded.


Your Degree Was Not Intended To Land You A Job

Posted on October 3rd, by Lougie in Career Development, Job Search. Comments Off on Your Degree Was Not Intended To Land You A Job

I love this article. It is realistic but in a very upbeat positive way. I wish our society fostered an attitude amongst students that was less “how can I get a job” and more “what cool things will I find to do”. Less angst and more adventure. I think the latter attitude would help with … Read More »


Optimizing Your Resume – Finding the Right Keywords

Posted on May 15th, by Henry Goldbeck in Job Search, Resume Writing. 1 Comment

Hiring managers take 5 seconds to scan your resume to determine whether you are a suitable candidate. Within those 5 seconds it is up to you to persuade them that you are not only a suitable candidate but also the perfect candidate. Similar to how certain advertisements are able to make you pause and read on, like Free, 80%, Sale, Hiring Managers are also drawn to trigger keywords. How to determine what are the keywords?