“Getting a job in Seattle is all about standing out.” Read on for an interesting piece in the SeattleMet on resumes, job processes, and ways to get noticed in large pools of applicants!
“The tech-fluent younger generation must learn those skills the hard way. Sarah Thomson, associate director of external relations in Seattle University’s career services center, found college students can be lazy, surfing job boards at home while ignoring the old-fashioned job fair and face-to-face networking. “Show you’re a person of conversation,” she tells them. By which she doesn’t mean threaded Twitter replies” (SeattleMet, March 16, 2015).