We let hiring managers act out their fears and longings on a blank sheet of paper (or a page on a screen) and we call it a job spec, whereas it could more reasonably be called a Delusional Vision of the White Knight Who Will Save Me.
Among the various macro and micro economic reasons contributing to the situation are the many inefficiencies in the job market that are keeping employers from filling their open positions in a timely and efficient way.
How can we say we are building a business model if so many of us building it are following the charity model ourselves? As we tell businesses that they can do well by doing good, how many of us are remaining content to do good without doing well?
Life is too short to waste time with amoeba companies who don't understand human beings, only spreadsheets and policies and hoary job-interview scripts. Those guys don't get you, and they don't deserve you.
If it turns out there is one dream job out there for you, social media is also a great place to do a stunt or go the extra mile to prove to them how great you are for the job. Go ahead, tweet your way to a job.
7 on 7's provide student-athletes with a chance to improve their skills, learn new techniques, and in some cases learn about the crucial next steps to have an opportunity to play college football and earn a degree.
Teams raced to complete challenges designed by Googlers, featuring geek trivia, puzzles, a word association game, coding challenge, and game blitz. The event is designed to give students a taste of the Google lifestyle.
The Supreme Court has yanked the rug out from under the argument that Kagan shouldn't have had the option to bar military recruiters from campus while dean of Harvard law school. Today's ruling affirms that right for universities.