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What are the “red flags” that signal a job posting or organization might be fraudulent? What can you do to prevent these scams?
technology, best practices, operations, spotlight
Baruch College’s Online Coaching Program leverages Facebook and live coaching to help graduate-level business students develop actionable career plans.
technology, best practices, coaching, social media, graduate students, spotlight, career development
The NACE Center and BHEF conducted research into two skills likely to be important in the future economy: data analytics and cybersecurity skills.
technology, competencies, trends and predictions, surveys
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
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
We are in an era of artificial intelligence. What impact will technology have on jobs? What must industry and academia do to change the world of work?
technology, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight
Should first-year students set up a LinkedIn account? NACE Community members weigh in on the topic.
technology, surveys, social media, spotlight, students
University of Pennsylvania Career Services launched its chat bot in January to better connect visitors to its website with the information they are seeking.
technology, best practices, spotlight
St. Cloud State University’s career center recently launched a program in which recruiters conduct one-on-one LinkedIn profile reviews with students and alumni.
technology, coaching, social media, spotlight
Virtual reality has the potential to transform the way career centers engage students in preparing for the world of work.
technology, program development, journal