Student Loans Suck

Kylie Quetell Benefits, Candidate Pool, College Recruiting, Compensation/Cash Money, Current Affairs, Generations, Internships, Recruiting, War for Talent 0 Comments

The Evidence I recently fell upon an article from 2017 that discussed the weight of student loans on young workers. My conclusion? Student loans suck and businesses can use this to their advantage. While the sample size was small (approximately 500 participants), I believe the data from the article to be pretty close to accurate. Here are my faves: 56% …

The New York Times Dialect Map and Modern Talent Management

Steve Boese Audacious Ideas, College Recruiting, Good HR, Internships, Recruiting, Steve Boese

In 2013, the number one most popular piece of online content created by the venerable New York Times was not a typical news story, an editorial, a bombshell piece of investigative journalism, an interview with a head of state, or even a recap of a major cultural event like the Super Bowl or the Oscars. No, the Times’ most visited …

Free Internships Aren’t Evil!

Tim Sackett HR, Internships, Tim Sackett

You’ve probably already read the controversy created last week by Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In Organization when an ‘unpaid’ Intern position opening hit social media, calling for interested candidates to apply. Jessica Bennett, Lean In’s Editor/Producer, actually posted the opening to her personal Facebook page. Here’s the actual posts via Business Insider: and the follow up: People lost their collective minds! …