Posts from the ‘The Recruiter Perspective’ category

Job Interview Tips from Real Managers: Products

No matter what type of interview you have coming up, you’ll want to listen to our former VP of Products, Teresa Torres. Teresa has plenty of…

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Job Interview Tips from Real Managers: Engineering

If you’re going in for an interview for an engineering, programming, or web or software development position, you should know that these interviews tend to be…

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Job Interview Tips from Real Managers: Sales

Got a job interview coming up? We understand that your natural reaction may be to freak out at least slightly, but we have a suggestion for…

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Our Managers Teach You How to Be an Interview Rock Star: Products

One of the keys to interview success is differentiating yourself from the competition. How can you do this if you don’t have much work experience? And…

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Our Managers Teach You How to Be an Interview Rock Star: Engineering

Looking for a job as a developer or software engineer? During your interview, you’ll often be asked to show off your technical talents in addition to…

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Our Managers Teach You How to Be an Interview Rock Star: Sales

We get it: Job interviews are more stressful than running into your ex while talking to your mom right before a final. But don’t let fear…

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5 Things Recruiters Wish You Knew About Career Fairs

If you think career fairs are intimidating, you’re definitely not alone. In a recent survey of AfterCollege users, 26.1% said they’d never even attempted to go…

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Got 99 Problems, But a Job Ain’t One (If You Read This)

The rules are surprisingly simple if you want to impress Steve Girolami, VP of Engineering at AfterCollege. One: Do not profess to be an expert. Two:…

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A White Board Can Be the Difference Between You and a Job. Here’s Why.

Be open, communicative, and unafraid to explain your thought process. If that means going to a white board and making some diagrams, all the better. That’s…

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