Tag Archives: Jobs for Graduates

Grads Are Not Maximizing Digital Presence to Land Jobs


Research reveals divide between graduate recruiters and new graduates when it comes to importance of online profile in hiring process:  76% of hiring managers regularly check the social media and online presence of candidates More than 60% of millennial hiring managers said having a website or online portfolio is important for candidates Only 32% of graduates actually have an online portfolio to display their work GoDaddy Inc.  the world’s largest cloud platform dedicated to small, independent ventures, announced a consultation hotline dedicated to helping new graduates perfect their digital presence as new research revealed a majority aren’t using online platforms to enhance their job prospects.

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New SUPERB App Keeps Students Safe


A revolutionary new app has been released that allows users to report a dangerous situation or just get professional advice on how to handle a conflict with a push of a button. Students United with Parents and Educators to Resolve Bullying (SUPERB) unveiled ResolveBullying. The app springs from SUPERB’s belief that with the help of unbiased, professional counselors, adolescents can handle the isolation, exclusion, labeling and bullying that may otherwise derail their future. In extreme cases, the app allows users to record dangerous behavior with mobile devices and anonymously connect to 911 if needed.

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The Senior Struggle #TheStruggleisReal

The Struggle is Real - Tavorro Career Blog

This touching narrative speaks to the struggle college students face when trying to find a job. It reflects on the difficulties of job boards and how Tavorro.com offers a solution that can connect students and other career professionals to the right job. #TheStruggleIsReal As a college student, I used to believe that I had so many opportunities for the future. I could be anybody I wanted to be. I thought all I needed was the college degree, and employers would practically be throwing themselves at me. That was the idea that everyone would drill into our minds: “get a degree to get a job.”

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