Author: Sara Fay
The rise of the gig economy has enabled independent workers to stay independent and benefit from an entrepreneurial lifestyle, while companies have adapted to working with independent workers on an as-needed basis. Read more about how one company and gigger have found the optimal working relationship.
Author: AMA Cincinnati Board of Directors
The AMA Cincinnati chapter has launched the new Job Board, powered by Your Membership. Learn more.
By: Lauren Lutz
Between your resume, your LinkedIn profile, cover letters and interviews, it pays to be prepared before you dive into your job search.
Author: Kyle Shuja
As a college student, an abundance of resume critique sessions and job interview seminars are offered on campus –but some things about the AMA YP Recruiter Panel were different.
Author: Suzanne Buzek
It’s been a number of years since I had to walk around a college career fair as the student, but it wasn’t all bad. Here are some reflections on those experiences that can maybe help you make the most of your career fair.
Author: Lauren Lutz
English major to content strategist and account manager at a leading marketing agency? Lauren Lutz did it. Today, she shares the wisdom gained from her experiences in hopes that it can help college students and young professionals.
Author: Pat Frew
The Job Transition Shared Interest Group is abundant with opportunities to network with local marketers and recruiters that benefit all who attend.
Author: Eric Brown
Do you want to know a secret? Companies can reduce costs to recruit marketers by several thousand dollars each year, if only they made better use of the local resources available to them. One of those resources is right here in Cincinnati: the AMA.
From Matt Fischer’s vantage point, business is good, and the economy is strengthening.
Inspired by April’s Recruiters Tell All Panel organized by the Cincinnati AMA YP Group, there are evergreen skills and qualities candidates should exemplify in the job search, interviewing and role acceptance process.