Job Searching in the Digital Age: Do I Need More Than Just a Resume?

job search tips

Have you ever been looking for a job change and applied to positions online through major job boards like Indeed, but never heard back?

Claire Petrie

Claire Petrie

Originally aired
Wedneday, Oct. 25, 2018

Claire Petrie, BS ’14, works with a lot of candidates that feel they’ve hit a dead end with their job search.

In this webinar, we’ll review helpful tips to get the most out of your search.

Topics will include:

  • Resumes. Learn what you NEED to focus on to stand out, common mistakes and what recruiters look for.
  • Automated searches. Automate aspects of your search to do the work for you.
  • LinkedIn. Using LinkedIn in your search and why you should always have an active profile (not just when you’re job searching!).
  • Networking and personal brand. Doing this right means you’ll never search for your next role because it’ll come to you.

About Claire Petrie
Claire is the talent acquisition manager in the Buffalo, N.Y. market of Remedy Intelligent Staffing. Remedy is a franchise division of EmployBridge, the largest Industrial staffing firm in North America. She has built over six years of successively diverse HR management experience with privately-owned and publicly-traded global leaders that provide hospitality and food service management, medical devices development and non-dairy frozen food production.


Claire holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in HR from the University at Buffalo, an MBA from Niagara University and the PHR designation through the HR Certificate Institution. She is a regular blog contributor for Society for Human Resource Management and Workology, as well as on the board of directors for the Buffalo Niagara HR Association. Claire loves to give back to her alma mater by assisting with coffee cup conversations, career passport conferences and providing resume review. Want to learn more? Connect with her on LinkedIn.

**If you are not able to make the live event, please stay registered to receive the follow-up email with a link to the recording.