Get in the Right Mindset to Find a New Job in 2018!

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Whether you are planning on finding a new job by choice or out of necessity, being prepared can make a substantial difference in your level of success. While most job seekers focus on tangible preparations, like getting their resume and cover letter in order, your mindset also plays a large role in your search for… Read more »


Why a Staffing Firm is the Right Choice for Your Career

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Some job seekers question the value of working with a recruitment agency. Often, they feel as though they should be able to locate a new opportunity on their own, so they hesitate to enlist assistance from any other source. But, by choosing not to work with these companies, you could be missing out. To help… Read more »


5 Qualities That Make Great Candidates Stand Out Over the Competition

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Even with unemployment being incredibly low, that doesn’t mean you won’t face stiff competition, especially for highly coveted job openings. That means you need to find ways to stand out from the crowd in the eyes of hiring managers. While this may sound challenging on the surface, there are particular traits that are guaranteed to… Read more »


How to Build Your Confidence to Increase Your Odds of Getting a Job

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Some people are naturally confident individuals, navigating stressful situations, like landing a new job, with an impressive sense of ease. However, they are rarely in the majority. For the rest of us, it may seem like that effortless confidence is simply out of reach, but that isn’t the case. With a little effort, even those… Read more »


Can You Ask Your Current Employer to be Your Job Reference?

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In many cases, there are certain questions you can almost guarantee a prospective employer is going to ask every job seeker. One of those circles around whether they can contact your current manager or company for a reference. While you can often anticipate being asked this question, that doesn’t make it easy to answer depending… Read more »


How to Get Recruiters to Trust You

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If you want to build a strong relationship, whether personal or professionals, trust is a necessity. But trust is rarely given freely; it must be earned. When you’re working with a recruiter, showing them that you are trustworthy isn’t always an easy thing to do. Often, you need to prove that they should place their… Read more »


What to Do If You Have Gaps in Your Employment History

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Job seekers can have gaps in their employment history for a variety of reasons. Some took time away from the working world to raise a family, some decided to change careers and had to take time off to refocus their education in a new direction, and others simply had difficulties finding a new position after… Read more »


Last Minute Interview? No Problem!

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Sometimes you won’t get much notice to come in for an interview.  And, if you’re really interested in the position, it is often best to make it work.  But just because you have less than 24 hours to get prepared, that doesn’t mean you can’t do some prep to ensure you make a great impression. … Read more »