I was working a job fair where I met a recent college graduate. I was recruiting for an auto body company and she sheepishly approached our tabled and said, “I guess I don’t have the skills to work for you.”
After I let her know that we weren’t only looking for people to knock dents out, I replied, “Now, let’s talk about your approach. Don’t you eeeeeeever do that again.”
As a job recruitment consultant, I want to satisfy two parties—the employer and the job seeker. In order to do that, I need “recruitable” candidates—people who make me want to advocate their employment.
As a college student, there are five areas where you can make yourself recruitable:
In most cases, a résumé is the first contact an employer has with a candidate. That’s why it is so important to make sure certain elements stand out. For…
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