The War for Talent and the Cost of Waiting to Hire the ‘Purple Unicorn’

Peter Landesman, Senior Business Development Manager, JVS Career Services A recent article in the Cincinnati Business Courier discussed the current unemployment rate of 3.7% might be great for job seekers, whether their job searches are “passive” or “active.” While some employers have been strategic by reacting to this tight labor market with better pay and…

The College Process: Where Do I Begin?

By Brie Juran, Career Coach and Program Manager When applying to college, there are many details to consider that can make the process challenging and stressful. It’s easy to lose perspective and get lost when options seem to be bombarding you from every angle. To help you feel more confident with this, I’ve come up…

Busting Millennial Myths

By Peter Landesman, Senior Business Development Manager As an AARP card-carrying member of the Baby Boomer generation, I have often caught myself having some fun by making light of Millennials, the generation that was born between 1981 and 1996. However, we have to remember Millennials now make up the largest generation in the US labor force….

Attracting Talent in a Candidate-Driven Recruiting Market

By Joni Burton, CPCC and CEO, JVS Career Services It’s a great time to be looking for work. With the unemployment rate at a historic low, employers are working extra hard to attract talent. More and more companies are using what is called inbound recruiting. That’s when a company works to attract an employee in hopes…