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What are students’ attitudes about communicating with employers via social media? And which platforms do they use and find useful in their job searches?
technology, student attitudes, surveys, social media, spotlight
Are employers providing the benefits that their new college hires want most? Not in all cases, according to results of NACE’s Class of 2017 Student Survey.
branding and marketing, trends and predictions, student attitudes, surveys, spotlight, benefits
Are career fairs and campus presentations effective for employers? Scott Resource Group research looks at how students view these recruiting methods.
best practices, recruiting methods, student attitudes
Highlights from Scott Resource Group research: College students rate 44 candidate touchpoints according to their expectations and experiences.
best practices, recruiting methods, branding and marketing, interviewing, student attitudes, social media
Highlights from research conducted by Scott Resource Group: What do students think about technology in the hiring process?
technology, best practices, recruiting methods, student attitudes, social media
Based on Scott Resource Group research, this offers insights into how students perceive employers’ campus recruitment brands and what influences their attitudes.
best practices, branding and marketing, student attitudes
Positioning your organization can help boost its diversity-recruiting efforts among your target groups.
branding and marketing, diversity and inclusion, candidate selection, trends and predictions, student attitudes, surveys, spotlight
Nearly 86 percent of Class of 2017 students who started the job search visited the career center—either in-office or online—at least once in the past year.
trends and predictions, student attitudes, surveys, spotlight, students
The post-graduation plans from the Class of 2017 resemble those for the pre-recession Class of 2007 more closely than any other class in 10 years.
trends and predictions, student attitudes, surveys, spotlight
Just 21.2 percent of colleges and universities reported that they have experienced any student activism at career events over the past three years.