How Much Experience Do I Actually Need Before I Apply?

We hope this blog gives you a few ideas on how you can leverage your current job or future internship to help you land a new position! There are many ways to find the right fit for you, your skills, and your experience. At the end of the day, although we took vastly different approaches we both working here at Celebrity Staff. We both are in roles that are fulfilling to us.  This applies beyond the soon to be graduates, we believe that knowing how to leverage your past skills is a vital element to successfully searching for a job no matter what. So taking a few moments to inventory your experiences and highlight what you are bringing to a prospective employer is a smart tactic for any job seeker!

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Difficult Conversations and Conflict

Jobseekers can often bring raw emotions like fear, apprehension, and grief into interviews for Recruiters to sift through and find direction. Coaching candidates and clients cultivates everything from trust to annoyance and anger. Waiting for interview feedback is a time of anticipation, self-doubt, and optimism. Being a part of offering someone a job and helping them achieve their professional goals is a time of joy for all parties. Conversely being a part of letting people go or downsizing can be a time of disappointment and sadness.

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Why You Need a Paper Planner

When I started my career at Celebrity Staff I was heading into my last semester of college. I was working full time, had a course load of 19 credit hours, and an internship. I knew from several years of working and going to school full time that in order to be successful I would have to implement a plan based on a goal. In my experience, setting the goal is the easy part.

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Staying in the Zone

Here is what I know – I started my year off, as I try to do every January, with a feeling of ambition, a sense of renewed vigor, and full of zeal to make my new year better than the last. I assume I’m no different than anyone reading this. My intention is to work hard, plan my work, and work the plan, stay focused, dedicated, and engaged, and execute to surpass my personal and professional goals. It’s a no brainer, without goals, I can’t accomplish much since I don’t have direction and a plan. After all what I put into each day’s efforts, I want to see, feel success, and make a positive impact, not only for myself but for my team’s success.

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