CollegeGrad.com as No. 1 Entry-Level-Job Site

Posted on
Like what you see? Share it.Share on Google+Share on LinkedInShare on FacebookShare on RedditTweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someone

<p><strong>Milwaukee &mdash; May 24</strong><br />Compete.com identified CollegeGrad.com as the No. 1 entry-level-job site among the largest job sites.&nbsp; </p><p>CollegeGrad.com was ranked No. 1 in traffic, compared with MonsterTrak, Experience, NACElink and CBCampus.&nbsp; </p><p>The traffic rankings show where college grad job seekers go to post their resumes, search for jobs and gain more information about the entry-level-job market.<br /><br />&quot;These results clearly show our No. 1 status in the online entry level job search market,&quot; Brian Krueger, CollegeGrad.com president, said. &quot;College grads searching for entry-level jobs clearly appreciate all of the unique offerings at CollegeGrad.com, and they are choosing us as their No. 1 resource for their job search.&quot;<br /><br />CollegeGrad.com offers unique services such as quick-start resume templates, video job training, video resumes, a virtual career fair and entry-level-only job-search results.&nbsp; </p><p>Many features at CollegeGrad.com also identify important trends in the entry-level-job market such as listings of the current top entry-level employers and top entry-level cities.<br /><br />CollegeGrad.com also provides practical and immediately applicable tips on how to approach the entry-level-job search process.&nbsp; </p><p>More than 2,000 pages of applicable advice outline networking strategies, how to get inside hiring companies, ways to answer tough interview questions and how to negotiate salaries and benefits &mdash; all custom-tailored to the needs of the entry-level college grad audience.<br /><br />&quot;The entry-level-job search is a distinctly different process than the experienced-job search,&quot; Krueger said. &quot;College grads need every advantage when it comes to standing out in the sea of job seekers. Stepping outside of artificially imposed job search boundaries helps them to move beyond conventions and into the limelight.&quot;</p>

Like what you see? Share it.Share on Google+Share on LinkedInShare on FacebookShare on RedditTweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someone
cmadmin

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Posted in Archive|

Comment: