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White Paper: AI at Work Study

AI at Work White Paper In this premium white paper, you will learn why the COVID-19 has created the most stressful year in history and negatively affected the mental health of the global workforce. The study found that workers would

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Avoiding the 2-Year Turnaround

“As Baby Boomers retire, this is the workforce… It’s like consumer models; you have to be able to change with the tide of what’s in the marketplace today. You have to find ways to entice those individuals to come work

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Despite High Unemployment Gen Y is Optimistic

My previous post established the overall characteristics of Gen Y as that of wavering loyalty when it comes to today’s job market—a market that is particularly challenging for this generation. The national unemployment rate among young adults ages 18 to 29

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White Paper: Student Employment Gap

Student Employment Gap White Paper In this premium white paper, you will understand what employers are looking for when recruiting for entry-level positions and internships. You will view information on the entry-level employment market, the types of students being sourced,

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Gen-Y Wants a Remote Workplace. Can you Deliver?

I recently wrote an article for TIME on the rise of the remote worker. The workplace is rapidly changing and young people are looking for more freedom and flexibility out of employers. According to a Cisco study, 70% of college students and young professionals

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How Johns Hopkins Recruits Using Social Media

Johns Hopkins University: They use social media to enable their current students to market the school to potential students. They aren’t using it for admissions. Instead, they are using it to introduce people to the University by showing them what it’s

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