How did you get your job?
Pavlik Mintz, a lead consultant and project manager of Collaborative Consulting, landed a job after working every connection he could think of.
Rebecca Schlowsky used LinkedIn to get a job as executive assistant at Simmons College.
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Post-recession periods are busy times for the staffing industry, and nearly all of the nation's staffing firms use applicant tracking systems like Bullhorn.
Seth Woolard been out-of-work or under employed for two years, despite applying for 300-400 jobs.
Automated systems often take the first whack at the pile of resumes, and it helps if job seekers know how to think like the machine.
On the Hot Seat
Rubin recently spoke with the Globe about the economy, job market, and what employers are looking for.
What exactly happens as recruiters review résumés, conduct interviews, and make decisions about whom to hire? Scott Kirsner broke down their replies.
On the Job With...
Anthony Trecek-King is artistic director at Boston Childrens Chorus, which uses music as a catalyst for social change.
Etiquette at Work
Voicemail is a victim of advances in technology. Texting and IMing are replacing voicemail messages.
Successful careers and high paying jobs are achieved through a combination of education, experiences, ambition, skill, and personal attributes.