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the prevailing narrative, recent research underscores the relative
ineffectiveness of social media as a college recruiting tool.
technology, student attitudes, surveys, social media, spotlight
general, social media is one of the least popular job-search resources among
college students responding to the 2018 Student Survey.
When it comes to the resources college
students report using while looking for jobs, they not only use employer
websites most, but also find them the most useful.
technology, surveys, spotlight, career development, students
NACE’s 2018 Student Survey offers insight into which career services bring freshmen and sophomores into the career center.
The more often bachelor’s-level students visited career services, the more likely they were to do so online.
technology, surveys, spotlight, career development
Text on a website is no longer an effective way for companies to describe their culture. VR now helps employers make emotional connections to candidates.
technology, recruiting methods, branding and marketing, surveys, recruiting, spotlight
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?