Recruiters often search for qualified job candidates on LinkedIn. Learn how they conduct such searches and how you can make sure they find you when they go looking on LinkedIn.
How recruiters search on LinkedIn
Recruiters frequently type the job title that they want to hire and their city name into the Search People box and then sort by relevance to find top candidates in their target area.
Unemployment is the product of a recession, not the cause of it. Unemployment numbers will continue to climb long after the official start of a recession, and typically will take considerable time to correct after the official end of a recession.
You just finished three job interviews in a week and are still Monday quarterbacking about how well you did or did not. You are analyzing every question and answer to grade your performance with the hope that you got a touchdown and will soon be on your second interview cycle with the offer letter close behind.
Tasha Johnson went to college with high hopes. She had dreams of being the CFO of a Fortune 500 Company, being seen as the leading authority on Finance and being one of the “financial experts” interviewed for commentary on the nation’s debt. Tasha, for as long as she could remember, had visualized her first real job: she would be fresh out of college, new degree in hand with two job offers, a starting salary of $65,000.00 annually, a healthy benefits package and a corner office on the top floor with lots of windows.
It is always important that an employee knows their job responsibilities and can perform those duties effectively, if they have any hope of obtaining employment or progressing within an organization. However, unless that employee possesses the right attitude their aspirations to become gainfully employed or to climb the ladder of success, within an organization, may come to a screeching halt.