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Yes, You Can Quit On a High Note

Posted by on Oct 13, 2015 in Employment News, Jobs | Comments Off on Yes, You Can Quit On a High Note

Yes, You Can Quit On a High Note

Resigning from a job can be awkward under the best and worst circumstances.  You are excited about your new opportunity but at the same time, you want to make sure you are leaving on good terms. Parting ways from an employer can and should be handled in the most positive way.  Often you will run into previous employers and co-workers for the rest of your career, so it’s important to keep your relationships and professional reputation in tact!  We have found a couple of tips that should ease the process of leaving with grace, take a look: Be gracious towards everyone: It is important to...

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Dismiss These Interview Myths

Posted by on Jul 23, 2015 in Employment News, Featured | Comments Off on Dismiss These Interview Myths

Dismiss These Interview Myths

Whether you have participated in a lot of job interviews or you are just starting out on your job search journey, you may have heard certain things about how job interviews work. Just because you heard something doesn’t make it the truth, lets look at some of these common myths. Interviewers are Prepared – This is certainly not always the case, actually they may not even have had a chance to look over your qualifications. They Want More Information – If you are applying for a job that requires an artistic portfolio then they may want to see your work, otherwise it is likely...

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A Look at the 2015 Job Market

Posted by on Jan 12, 2015 in Employment News, Featured, Job Searching | Comments Off on A Look at the 2015 Job Market

A Look at the 2015 Job Market

In 2014, job growth reached a 15-year high. Economists say this growth trend is expected to continue into 2015, which is very good news for the 2015 job market. The U.S. economy is growing stronger, and employers are gaining enough confidence in the market to continue hiring. The last few months of 2014 were booming ones. Employers added 321,000 new jobs in November 2014, and 230,000 new jobs in December 2014. Monthly job gains in 2015 are predicted to keep with this trend, with employers adding an estimated 250,000 – 300,000 jobs per month throughout the year. According to economists,...

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What Recruiters Look for in a New Hire

Posted by on Aug 16, 2014 in Employment News, Featured, Home | Comments Off on What Recruiters Look for in a New Hire

What Recruiters Look for in a New Hire

Job hunting nowadays is very competitive, so it’s time to put your best foot forward to snag that position you’ve had your eye on. But what do recruiters look for in a new hire? You may be surprised by the answers! 1. An error-free resume A resume with spelling and grammatical errors is a sign of a person who’s not meticulous enough to proofread their work. Why should they hire you if you can’t even get your resume right? 2. A good first impression A well-dressed applicant with a positive attitude trumps unprepared and disheveled. So put on your best business outfit,...

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When to Include an Objective Statement on a Resume

Posted by on Jul 19, 2014 in Employment News, Featured | Comments Off on When to Include an Objective Statement on a Resume

When to Include an Objective Statement on a Resume

When it comes to resume building, many have suggested that you leave out the objective statement due to the fact that employers are getting tired of reading what’s basically the same objective on every resume. However, many still think that a strong objective statement can really catch the eye. So what are you supposed to do? The following are a few cases in which you should or shouldn’t include an objective statement: College Graduate - If you’ve just graduated and don’t have as much work experience as most of your peers, then an objective statement can help to...

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Questions an Interviewer Should Never Ask

Posted by on Jul 12, 2014 in Employment News, Featured | Comments Off on Questions an Interviewer Should Never Ask

Questions an Interviewer Should Never Ask

There is a knack to interviewing and producing the right results so that you get the staff you need for your business. The best way to go about interviewing is to target what you will need from your new employer and ask questions that will reveal if the interviewee could be the right fit. Here are a few things not to do when interviewing potential employees. Don’t have them repeat their resume – If you already know the answer to a question from reading a resume then there is really no reason to ask them for the same information. What is their favorite color? Questions along these...

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