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Mar 13
2014
55 Great Job Recruitment Ads From Around the World

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What the most creative companies are doing to get you on board.

Which one is your favorite? Tell us in the comments.

United States Flickr Recruits Coders With Ads Hidden in Its Website’s Source Code. Where else?

“Lots of companies advertise their job openings to the ends of the earth, which we can’t really fault in this economy. But rather than let HR weed out applicants arbitrarily, Flickr decided to hide a link to its job postings for coders somewhere only worthy coding applicants would ever find it—inside the source code of its website. Of course, the effect is kind of ruined by other websites posting about it with screenshots of the message, but such is the price of good ideas. Just ask the guys who did practically the same thing three years ago with ads for EA’s Dante’s Inferno.”

This what it looks like today if you visit flickr.com and choose View Source in your browser…

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Mar 3
2014
#CONTEST: Win 1 of 5 Copies of Start Your New Job Successfully in a Week

Start Your New Job Successfully in a Week

Because sometimes, finding a new job is the easier part.

How to Enter

* Simple – at the bottom of this article, leave a comment about new jobs.

Some suggestions of what to comment on are:

* A tip that led to finding your most recent job
* The dumbest thing you (or someone else) did during the first week on a new job
* Something you’ll never forget from your first days in a new role
* Or- impress me with constructive feedback about JobMob and how I can make the site better for you.

Don’t be shy…

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Feb 26
2014
#CONTEST: Win 1 of 3 Copies of They Don’t Teach Corporate in College

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Win it for yourself, or another Gen Y-er who wants to get their career off to a good start.

How to Enter

Simple – at the bottom of this article, leave a comment about why you should win.

Some suggestions of what to comment on are:

* How you think the book can help you
* A crazy funny Gen Y/graduate job seeker story or two
* Tales of deserving people you’d like to offer the book as a gift
* Or- impress me with constructive feedback about JobMob and how I can make the site better for you.

Don’t be shy…

Comment now

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Feb 20
2014
2014 Hottest Recruiting Trends in Israel: What You Need To Know

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The latest edition of Israel’s largest recruiting conference didn’t disappoint.

Special thanks to HRD CEO Yakov Rozen for his personal invitation to the conference, which took place on Tuesday Feb. 18th, 2014.

I’ve blogged about HRD’s Kenes Giyus before. It’s the biggest and best gathering of Israeli recruiters and HR pros with over 400 attendees from across the country. It’s a full day of keynotes and workshops, personal networking and sponsor pitches, special guests from abroad and great local food, and I already look forward to returning next year.

After a full day at the event, here’s what’s hot in Israeli recruiting this year and what it means for you.

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Feb 13
2014
150 More Funniest Resume Mistakes, Bloopers and Blunders Ever

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And all of these really happened.

Don’t miss the Top 10 at the bottom. Enjoy!

From CareerBuilder.ca’s study via Mainstreet.com:

1. Resume delivered in a balloon
2. A four-page resume detailing every position and volunteer job a person has ever had since he was 12
3. Each line had one bold word that formed a “hidden” message about how great the applicant would be for the position
4. [The resume was] Scrawled in pencil on butcher’s paper
5. Listed “Have flown on a corporate jet” as a notable achievement
6. A resume etched into a wooden cutting board
7. Many small teddy bears and daisies adorned the edges of the pink paper (used for the resume)
8. Listed “Worked with my dad building things. Worked with my mum cleaning the house,” as past experience

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