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GettingHired's blog offers career information, and industry updates from experts in our community.

From the monthly archives: October, 2015

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'October, 2015'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

The Benefits of Joining a Talent Community

The Benefits of Joining a Talent Community

Have you heard of 'talent communities' before? They can be an effective networking tool in your search for employment and career opportunities.

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GettingHired’s New Job Seeker Webinar Series

GettingHired’s New Job Seeker Webinar Series

Check out our new webinar series exclusively for job seekers with disabilities: 'The Journey of Job Seekers With Disabilities' is a three part series that aims to support job seekers through every phase of your search for employment. Get a better understanding of the recruitment process and what recruiters are looking for in potential candidates, new government regulations to improve the employment rate of people with disabilities, disclosing your disability to an employer, the application process, requesting accommodation and more!

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GettingHired Celebrates National Disability Employment Awareness Month!

GettingHired Celebrates National Disability Employment Awareness Month!

NDEAM is a great opportunity to celebrate all the achievements made in breaking down employment barriers to people with disabilities, while raising awareness of how we can continue to create inclusive employment opportunities and workplaces. Find out how GettingHired and our employers are getting involved!

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Five Issues That Can Make an Immediate Positive Impression on Organizational Recruiters

Five Issues That Can Make an Immediate Positive Impression on Organizational Recruiters

You are off to your initial employment interview with a recruiter or manager for an exciting position with a new prospective organization. Personally, you feel very confident, upbeat and positive about your resumé, your professional qualifications for the job, your ability to perform, and making a new transition. 

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Why College Students with Disabilities Are Not Getting Needed Career Services

Why College Students with Disabilities Are Not Getting Needed Career Services

Why is the employment rate for students with disabilities lagging so far behind that of students without? While there is no quick fix to this dilemma, there are institutionalized obstacles that should be addressed within college and university career centers, disability services and employer relations. Here are some practical changes that could potentially have a real impact on employment rates for students with disabilities.

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