August 03, 2018
The free career advice website dedicated to answering questions submitted by college students and early career job seekers brings a fresh look and new functionality to the six-year-old brand.
Students and recent graduates can now easily submit questions and gather actionable advice from employers.
Jobipedia Executive Director Mike McGuiness said, “We created this website in an economy with high unemployment. Now it’s the opposite, so students and recent grads should be looking for ways to stand out among their peers. And Jobipedia offers this type of keen insight because the hiring advice comes directly from people who actually hire.”
On pace to reach six million unique visitors in 2018, Jobipedia has seen tremendous growth in the past 12 months.
Informational webinars developed for interns, students, and recent graduates have greatly contributed to this success.
“The Jobipedia training session on soft skills was tremendously helpful," said Hayden Good, a student at Johns Hopkins University studying Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering who attended a Jobipedia information session this summer. "The insights I learned helped me rethink how I approach certain challenges, and how I can use those experiences to my advantage in an interview.”
Connect with college students and recent grads: If you would like to learn more about how your company can participate in Jobipedia, please contact Mike McGuiness at email@example.com.