Hiring at the entry level can be a challenging experience for hiring managers due to several major issues that make the entry level market inefficient. GradStaff CEO Bob LaBombard recommends companies looking to hire at this level make some important changes to thier processes in this detailed article featured in Busin ... Read Full Article
Thousands of college grads continue to struggle identifying and seizing career opportunities in the months following graduation. GradStaff CEO Bob LaBombard authored a thoughtful article about the struggles new grads face as they seek work after college. It appeared on the Washington Post’s higher education blog.
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Many recent grads don’t know where their skills fit when applying for professional positions, keeping millions underemployed in non-professional pursuits. GradStaff CEO Bob LaBombard authored a guest blog post for SimplyHired.com about leveraging non-professional experience when seeking professional employment. ... Read Full Article
As workforce needs continue to shift, hiring companies and job seekers need clear communication now more than ever before. GradStaff CEO Bob LaBombard gives Mashable readers tips on seeking careers with small- and mid-sized companies, as well as perspective on generational shifts in the workplace ... Read Full Article
The spring graduation cycle can mean increased competition for entry-level positions, particularly in cities like St. Louis where there are multiple higher learning institutions. GradStaff Senior Vice President Kara Westrich appeared on KMOX News Radio to discuss how GradStaff can help recent grads craft job search str ... Read Full Article
Despite frequent reports to the contrary, liberal arts grads remain in demand for employers looking to hire well-rounded candidates for entry-level positions, particularly for opportunities with small- and mid-sized companies. GradStaff CEO Bob LaBombard shared how demographics are playing in the favor of recent colleg ... Read Full Article
According to Aftercollege.com, more than 4 out of 5 graduating seniors in May 2014 graduated without a job. While the job market has improved and the unemployment rate has declined, the entry-level job market still has a lot of room for improvement.
An important reason is that the market for new college grads has chan ... Read Full Article