An article by Kara Westrich, COO of GradStaff, recently appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Kara discusses why the entry-level job market is so inefficient and cites specific examples for how GradStaff's model breaks down those inefficiencies and helps great grads and great companies find each other.
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If you're a college senior or recent graduate about to head back home for the holidays, you'll likely be forced to engage in soul-crushing conversation about your job search and future plans. Believe me, I’ve been there. Even seemingly innocent grandmothers can be completely relentless.
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GradStaff CEO Bob LaBombard recently joined Caroline Dowd-Higgins on the "Your Working Life" podcast to talk about 2015 grads and the entry-level job search. Check out the full podcast HERE. ... Read Full Article
On November 12, 2015, GradStaff hosted a webinar on job search strategies for graduating seniors. It focused on helping students identify and communicate their transferable skills and provided actionable tips for navigating the complex entry-level job market. Check it out if you are undecided on what you’d like to do ... Read Full Article
GradStaff recently announced a new service called CollegeDirect. While our legacy business involves recruiting and placing new college graduates after graduation, CollegeDirect involves recruiting graduating seniors during their last year in college for positions that start soon after graduation. This service is a perf ... Read Full Article
An article written by GradStaff CEO Bob LaBombard recently appeared in the Arizona Republic. Contrary to the popular narrative that the purpose of college is merely to find a job, he argues that it's actually much more than that. "College is not just about finding a job. It’s about acquiring knowledge and skills tha ... Read Full Article
Check out this video in which GradStaff team members share their experiences in transitioning from college to the professional world. They are evidence that your major is only one small factor in the entry level job search. Your major doesn't define you - take a look!
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More than a decade ago, when I was sitting at Denison University’s induction ceremony for first-year students, my university president shared some advice that has always stuck with me. He told my classmates and me that we should be “selfish in our education.” He urged us to dedicate the next four years to maximiz ... Read Full Article