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Category Archives: Automation

5 Ways Recruiters are Using Artificial Intelligence in Hiring

Whether you know it or not, using Artificial Intelligence in hiring is becoming more widespread. It shouldn’t surprise you because you are probably walking around campus with your smart phone or tablet cluttered with the latest apps to help you manage your life.  … Read More…

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Three Ways Tech Will Drive Workplace Changes in 2019

In many ways, the workplace has always been a kind of an agenda barometer. The way things are in a professional setting doesn’t exactly mirror the real world, but it certainly paints an apt picture about where people’s heads are at. All this … Read More…

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Artificial Intelligence in Hiring; AI is all over your Job Search

If you are graduating soon, you should know that recruiters are increasingly using Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the hiring process.  That voice on the other end of the phone could be a real person or a real computer like a Chatbot or an … Read More…

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How to Use Social Media in Your Job Search

For years career coaches and career centers have stressed networking as an important part of the job search strategy.  Social media has kicked up networking to a whole other level. Per Capterra, in 2014 a whopping 94% of recruiters were either using  or … Read More…

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Where Do I Look for Part Time Jobs?

The part-time job scene has radically shifted since I first started writing about jobs and careers a decade ago. The Bureau of Labor Statistics said there were almost 27 million workers in part-time employment in the United States in April of 2019. Over … Read More…

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Resume Writing Help for College Students

#EndResumeFails One of our goals at The HBCU Career Center is to end resume fails; particularly for students.  In fact we use the #EndResumeFails hashtag plenty on social media.  We hate to see excellent candidates miss out on job opportunities because of really … Read More…

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