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  • When Is a Job Board Not a Job Board? When It Is an Influencer

    The most recent Career Xroads Sources of Hire survey was released recently. If you are not familiar with it, Gerry Crispin and Mark Mehler have been conducting this study for over a decade. The survey looked at data from 36 companies with over 200,000 job openings to determine th… more

  • Interview with a Recruiter, Bill Lewis, L-3 Communications GSES

    [caption id="attachment_4358" align="alignright" width="100" caption="Bill Lewis"][/caption] From time to time we bring you Q/A sessions with recruiters, who provide insights on their company, its hiring practices and job search tips. Bill Lewis, L-3 Communications GS&E… more

  • Interview with a Recruiter, Rob Cellich, GDIT

    Rob CellichFrom time to time we bring you Q/A sessions with recruiters, who provide insights on their company, its hiring practices and job search tips. Rob Cellich, General Dynamics IT Tell us about yourself I serve as the staffing lead for the Army Sector within Gene… more

  • Is a Search Firm Right for Your Job Search

    First, understand a search firm’s role is to satisfy the employer who pays them by finding a hire who meets the employer's specs. Their role is NOT to get YOU a job. There are two main types of search firms (aka "headhunters") you could work with: contingency and retained. 1.… more

  • Military Spouse Employment Summit Tips for Job Seekers

    The Military Spouse Employment Summit, the brainchild of Sue Hoppin founder of the National Military Spouse Network, provided a series of speakers sharing career and job search advice with a military spouse focus. Some of the tips for job seekers: John Berry, Director Office of … more