So you’re “happy with your current position.” Maybe your boss isn’t “too bad.” Or perhaps you’re making “decent money.” No matter how you put it, what you’re saying is: “I’m not ready for a change.” But if your current position isn’t your dream job, let me challenge you with one simple question.
Candidates may hesitate to put temporary work on a resume, and for good reason. First of all, it can be off-putting to some hiring managers. Second, you have to know how to write your resume just perfectly in a way that will help your consideration rather than hurt it. Second, you have to know how to
When working with a recruiter, it never pays to “sugarcoat” or beat around the bush. The more straightforward you are, the better a recruiter can help you and the more satisfied you will be in the end. A recruiter is trained to get you what you want – so try your best to not confuse him or her!
We get it. You’ve heard the rumors about staffing companies. You think a staffing company wouldn’t know your skills, qualifications and values that you analyze during your job search. What could they possibly do that you can’t? You are a great candidate and you have a lot to offer to companies.
Social media is personal, right? Not exactly. Statistics show that 93 percent of recruiters use social media to support their recruiting efforts. A whopping 55 percent of recruiters have reconsidered a candidate based on their social media profile. So how do you keep your image clean, and even impressive?
Life is often fast-paced, especially at work. It’s even more so ever since the advent of email and smart phones. Work seems to come at you now from every direction, even when you’re not at work. You can’t hide from emails and text messages and phone calls because when it’s coming to your phone, your boss and