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Lucy Weed-Eaton

Looking for something different to try in the world of social media? Foursquare, an app that isn’t new to the social media scene, is becoming more popular with businesses and individuals and all with good reason. If you aren’t a Foursquare user yet, I hope that you take a few minutes to read what Foursquare has to offer and consider downloading the app; it’s free so what do you have to risk?

Lucy Weed-Eaton

When it comes to communicating with a recruiter, which method do you prefer? Is an email the best way for a recruiter to contact you or would you rather a phone call? What about texting? Every candidate may have their own preferences when it comes to recruiter contact and we would like to know if you would rather receive an email, phone call or text or a combination of all three.

Lucy Weed-Eaton

What do the staff at New Age do during their free time? We wanted to take a few minutes to share with you some of the activities we participate in outside of the office and start a new blog category that gives an inside look into New Age. This post features Kristen and Lucy and their recent experiences with two 5ks in NH. We would love to hear about the community events you have been a part of so leave us a comment about your community participation.

Lucy Weed-Eaton

With the number of social networking sites and apps available and in the pipeline to be released, it didn’t come as much of a surprise to me that a company wanted to create an app unique to the overly social world. There are times when we want to be anti-social and go about our day and it appears that an app has been created to help those feeling a little anti-social.

Lucy Weed-Eaton

Job searching is a job in itself. When you take the time to research jobs, write a cover letter, tailor your resume for the job and find your reference list; the details and time it takes to put together your application can take up a good chunk of time. And let’s face it, working a full time position and trying to find a new job can take a lot of time an energy, both of which you could be spending doing things much more enjoyable. So the question is, have you considered working with a recruiter?