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U.S. Companies with Overseas Jobs

Want to work in a foreign country but lack the required work visa?  More and more U.S. companies are building branches overseas and helping their employees through the paperwork to send them abroad.  Figuring out which companies offer such a

Posted in Blog, Getting Hired

Hot Jobs for 2015

It’s almost Valentine’s Day already–can you believe it? Where did January go? While you’re digging out from the gargantuan snowbanks in the Northeast, or swimming through the floods of the West Coast, now’s a good time to consider what the

Posted in Blog, Getting Hired, Hiring Trends, Liberal Arts

2015 New Graduate Hiring to Increase

NACE’s Job Outlook 2015 report just came out, and the news is good:  Employers plan to hire 8.3 percent more new college graduates from the Class of 2015 for their U.S. operations than they did from the Class of 2014.

Posted in Entry level jobs, Getting Hired, Hiring Trends

The Top Workplaces of 2014

This summer The Washington Post printed the first of what it is calling its “inaugural” special report on Top Workplaces. Being a regional newspaper, its focus is on employers in the greater Washington metropolitan area, and it is the result

Posted in Blog, Career Resources, Getting Hired

Making Liberal Arts Graduates More Employable

David DeLong wrote an interesting article in the Harvard Business Review a couple of months ago, suggesting ways that liberal arts colleges can help their graduates overcome the “skills gap” and make themselves more employable. His basic premise is this: 

Posted in Blog, Career Resources, Certifications, Current Jobs for Graduates, Entry level jobs, Getting Hired, Higher Education, Interviewing, Job Matching, Liberal Arts, Pre-Employment Testing, Resumes, Skills Assessment