Tips for Job Seekers Archive
Omaha Account Manager Jonathan Miller talks to jobseekers about the right way to leave an opportunity before you take on the next.
The stress of the job search is over, no more sending resumes, follow up notes and waiting for an answer, your hard work has paid off! You've officially accepted an offer and ready to start a new career! Next step, you need to submit your resignation. General Manager Patty North discusses what to
Recruiters and Interviewers hear a lot of different things when meeting with candidates for interviews, some good things and some bad! If you are a job seeker or plan to start the process soon, here are a few things Recruiters/Interviewers love to hear to help land your next position!
Are you in between jobs? Are you looking to gain more experience? Are you not currently working? Considering temporary employment is a great way to get back to work quickly while learning new office skills, gaining experience, and generating an income at the same time.
As you may have experienced or may currently be experiencing, interviewing can be a long, exhausting process with a list of things to complete. I am here to help, as it was not too long ago I was updating my resume for an internal career change!
As one of the many people who make reference calls daily I can tell you that yes, yes we do. On average I spend 6-8 hours per week calling all of the references that are in our candidate’s files.
Unemployment is at an all-time low and you find yourself with multiple offers. You are probably asking yourself, "Do I take the position that offers the most money and minimal benefits to meet my immediate financial needs? Do I accept the position that is just under my salary expectations...
I’ve never been a fast reader. In high school English classes, my classmates were always chapters ahead of me while I read thoroughly to comprehend every single line. “Just skim it!” they would say. But I wanted to understand the big picture.
I’m a recruiter so talking to candidates and scheduling interviews takes up at least half of my day. The process goes a little like this… I post a job that I a need filled for my client and a candidate sends me their resume because they are interested in the job. I call the candidate
You only have one chance to make a first impression. This is important to remember when it comes to your job search. Most people think that when they interview for a position, it starts as soon as you sit down across from the interviewer. Well, most people are wrong!