Tagged: Finding a job

5 Career Tips for College Graduates

Graduation has passed and the allotted period of free time a college grad can take advantage of has burned out. You’re officially considered “unemployed”. Don’t let this get you down, we have compiled a list of 5 career tips for college graduates:

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Using Twitter and Facebook to Get a Job

Everyone talks about social media and how you can use it to research a company. You can learn about the company culture based on their Facebook presence. Twitter can help you understand how the company interacts in their marketplace and with their business prospects. Now it’s your turn. It’s time for you to use social […]

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Keep Calm and Prepare On!

A couple weeks ago some areas in Mass received over 30 inches of snow!  Naturally schools were closed for two days and a driving ban was issued for about 24 hours but during this same storm a friend of mine living in Virginia told me they received less than 2 inches of snow and schools […]

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5 Times You Absolutely NEED to be in Touch with your Recruiter

Throughout the job search process you should expect your recruiter will constantly be in touch with you, but be sure that you also stay in touch with your recruiter.  To simplify communication, be sure your recruiter has your best contact information, your cell phone and email. Let them know when the best times to call […]

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The Top 5 Worst Interview Blunders to Avoid

As a recruiter, I spend a lot of time interviewing candidates for positions – not just for my clients, but also for internal positions here at DAVIS.  Over the years, I’ve spent countless hours meeting with candidates and perfecting the art of interviewing.   With that being said, I’ve seen blunders candidates make that can quickly […]

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