The role of social media within the employment process is often fiercely criticised by academics. Some of them, for example, simply argue that employers should not be using social media as a way to select and filter job applicants. The most common argument is
Once graduates understand and see the reality of the job search as a b-to-b process as explained in our previous post; the next step is to get insights on how companies select applicants. And they should be aware of which skills are the most
In our previous post “Millennials’ Employment Market: key drivers of change & future most needed work skills“, we have seen that graduates must understand the importance of Self-Education and adapting to the modern Job Search environment. What they also have to realize is that
This guest post has been originally published on the blog of Quimojo and written by its co-founder, Dean Owen. It is an honour for our team to host his work here and to share Quimojo’s original insights with you. Have a good read.
In our previous post “Anatomy of the Millennial’s Job Search Market” we have identified four main factors that Millennials should take into account while searching for a graduate job. Even if it is critical to know how the Job Search works in order to get
The job search market for millennials differs greatly from the job search spheres of earlier generations. In our previous post, we discovered that we have left behind the time when someone could find a job in a few days and with little planning simply by
We all know that the internet and Social Media has changed the face of Recruitment. It allows fast and worldwide distribution of job ads, as well as drastically increasing the speed of the connection between recruiters and high potential fit talents. However, studies and testimonies