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The Recruiter is a blog for workers in technology and professional markets to learn about hot fields and hiring trends from your friends at Yoh.
Yoh is one of the largest providers of talent and outsourcing services to customers in the United States. With over 374 million USD in total sales, Yoh operates from more than 75 locations and provides long- and short-term temporary and direct placement of technology and professional personnel, as well as managed staffing services, for the information technology, scientific, engineering, health care and telecommunications communities. For more information, visit Yoh is part of Yoh Services LLC, a Day & Zimmermann Company.

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September 23, 2008

Yoh now on YouTube!

So guess what? Starting today, you can get even more Yoh hiring and career advice online at our very own YouTube channel, YohTube. YohTube contains a new and growing library of videos offering insight into recruitment and job market trends, advice to hiring managers on how to make better hiring decisions, and tactics and strategies for active and passive job seekers on how to find a new job and improve your career.

Currently the site offers ten videos, containing one-on-one interviews with our recruitment experts in a number of industries, including engineering, IT, health care. The videos feature tips on organizing a resume, preparing for an interview, and more.

So be sure check it out, and stop by often, as we plan on continuing to expand our video library. If you have any suggestions on how we can improve the channel, or for other topics you’d like to see covered, leave them here.

Posted by Amy D.

September 16, 2008

Bright spots for tech in a dark economic picture

Although the overall job market worsened in the second and third quarters, employment in the IT sector is holding on. Want to know why? Go check out my latest article over at Computerworld, “Bright spots for tech in a dark economic picture.”

Posted by Jim L.