AIM Career Hub

Your connection to your next career


Best Practices in Job Applicant Attribution (aka. Why don’t my metrics match yours?)

We wanted to taken a moment to talk about how companies track applicant attribution and the challenges and opportunities it presents in shaping our understanding of the world of online recruiting.   What is Job Applicant Attribution? Quite simply, it’s the way an organization determines how job applicants are finding their positions both online and […]

Read More

Land the Perfect Gig in 5 Easy Steps

The economy is humming along and you’re thinking about finally activating your passive job search. Employers are hiring but you want to make sure your next move is the right one for your career. Here are a few tips that might be helpful as you prepare to take the leap. Write down a wish list […]

Read More

5 Things High Demand Employers Do to Attract and Retain Top Talent

Two big challenges all companies face: turnover and keeping people happy. The average company loses over 25 percent of its staff annually. (Yikes.) Those who remain are often not fully engaged and maybe even looking for their next opportunity. Losing smart, productive people with native knowledge of the business, key contacts in your industry, and […]

Read More

Top seven jobs for introverts

Are you an introvert, or an extrovert? The terms date back to Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung, who came up with them in the 1920s, and influence how we view ourselves and others in social situations. Introverts are often thought of as quiet, reserved, and introspective people who may have a preference for written over verbal […]

Read More

Benefits of a workplace mentorship program

No matter what size of business you’re involved with, developing the talents and skills of your existing workforce is a critical part of your long-term company’s success. In most cases, it’s more efficient, less costly, and more productive to better train the employees you have than to try to replace them with new hires. The […]

Read More

How to answer everyone’s least favorite interview question

More often than not, interviews will follow a standard flow and line of questioning. You’ll be asked about previous positions you’ve worked, highest level of education you’ve achieved, relevant skills for the position, and questions about why you’re leaving or left your previous job. Along with the standard banter, there are always a few questions […]

Read More

How Volunteering Can Give You An Advantage In The Job Market

When it comes to finding a job in a labor market which seems to be ever more cramped, it’s vital to make sure that your resume stands out to all recruiters and employers who might read it. It’s no longer the case that a part-time job will cut it: now, it’s necessary to go above […]

Read More