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There are differences and similarities in the attributes employers seek when deciding between two qualified candidates for a full-time job and for an internship or co-op.
candidate selection, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight
Employers report that internship experience is the most influential factor they consider when deciding between two otherwise equally qualified job candidates.
With fewer employers screening job candidates by GPA, it is increasingly important that college graduates demonstrate certain key attributes on their resumes.
As they are reviewing college graduates’ resumes this year, employers are focused on finding evidence of candidates’ problem-solving skills and teamwork abilities.
candidate selection, surveys, spotlight, students
Collaboration among campus offices is a critical aspect in supporting students with disabilities during their search for employment.
best practices, diversity and inclusion, students with disabilities, candidate selection, recruiting, spotlight
Key aspects of building an effective neurodiverse hiring program are having a sustained supply of candidates and getting buy in from within.
There are several common missteps or “missed steps” that employers make in terms of recruiting students who are differently abled.
Freeport-McMoRan’s intern evaluations include
a competency and performance rating system the company has developed.
best practices, internships, candidate selection, spotlight
Beyond a strong GPA, employers most want
to see evidence of written communication skills on students’ resumes this year.
candidate selection, spotlight
Career services professionals are cautious about employers “cherry picking” job candidates. Employers say that resume books are the answer to this and other dilemmas.
recruiting methods, candidate selection, recruiting, spotlight