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How to write job descriptions that will appeal to students and recent grads

Cassandra Jowett
Let’s face it: student and new grad job seekers will probably look at dozens – if not hundreds or even thousands – of job listings while they’re on the hunt for their dream internship, co-op, summer job or entry level job. While some employers do a great job of optimizing their job descriptions for studentsRead More »
Kobi Gulerson, Director of Digital Marketing, MasterCard Canada

Gen Y Recruitment Insider: Behind the Scenes with Kobi Gulersen at MasterCard Canada

Cassandra Jowett
Did you miss our Gen Y Recruitment Insider event last week? Don’t worry. We’ve summarized the top tips from our first two Gen Y Recruitment Insider presentations. Yesterday we published the main messages from Nancy Moulday’s presentation, and today we’re egg-cited to bring you the key points from Kobi Gulersen’s presentation on the innovative MasterCard CanadaRead More »

Photos – Gen Y Recruitment Insider: Behind the Scenes with MasterCard and TD Business Banking

Cassandra Jowett
Last Thursday, TalentEgg hosted the first event in our Gen Y Recruitment Insider series, featuring presentations from TD Business Banking and MasterCard. The Gen Y Recruitment Insider series by TalentEgg is designed to give Canadian recruitment professionals an inside look at the most successful Gen Y focused recruitment and branding campaigns executed by their peers.Read More »

StatCan: Egg production increases in 2008

Lauren Friese
We always knew that there were a lot of good eggs out there looking for high quality internships, summer jobs, student jobs and entry level jobs, but it was great to come across this information on Statistics Canada this morning: Apparently, as we launched TalentEgg in 2008, Egg production increased! All yokes aside, our launchRead More »

Finding a job can suck…but it doesn’t have to

Nathaniel Rottenberg
Let’s be honest here, looking for a job can be brutal. It’s hard, it can take forever, and you don’t get paid. If you think about it, finding a job really is a full-time job. (Of course, without all the benefits of a job, such as money, self-respect, and minimal motherly nagging.) Before landing myselfRead More »