Jobs: Don’t Search Harder, Search Smarter

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If you feel as though the job search has become a constant slog, you may want to change your methods. Rather than putting in hours each day poring over the classifieds, either online or in print, some different methods may help you search more effectively and make better use of your time. Use a recruiter…. Read more »

Prove You’re a Leader

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Leadership is a skill that employers want but don’t find as often as they’d like. Candidates may have backgrounds filled with duties and accomplishments, but when it comes to managing or putting a team together, employers want candidates who have the capability to take charge of projects, other employees, departments, etc. If it is your… Read more »

The Rewards of the Healthcare Industry

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Friday, May 6, marks the beginning of National Nurses Week, so let’s take the time to focus on the numerous contributions of nurses and related healthcare professionals. Make time to thank them for all that they do. So many nurses go about their jobs all but unnoticed. These healthcare professionals don’t do their jobs to… Read more »

Be Your Own Motivator

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Not all of us possess the sheer willpower needed to accomplish the goals we set out for ourselves — sometimes we get distracted, discouraged, or derailed. Or we have great intentions but can’t seem to muster the mental energy to follow-through. One point we tend to forget is that while nobody else can attain our… Read more »

What Sets You Apart?

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Considering the sheer number of people vying for most job positions, you need to do what you can to stand out, to be that bright flower in the vast green field of applicants. Yes, you may have similar backgrounds and qualifications for a position, but if you think about it, you have something that makes… Read more »

Is Your Job Search Slowing?

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If you’ve been on the job hunt for a while, it’s sometimes difficult to stay motivated, especially if the jobs you want haven’t come your way or if you’ve had interviews but didn’t quite make that final cut. However, you can (and should!) re-energize yourself so you get the most out of your search. Review… Read more »

Do a Good Turn for a Friend

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Referring a friend for a job opening is a strong endorsement of their abilities. We know that great employees know other great employees. If you know someone who can benefit from our services, please let us know. Your recommendations are highly valued. And we will reward you $100 for everyone how meets our qualifications. Call… Read more »

Stand out from the Competition

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Considering most job postings receive an average of 200-300 submittals for one spot, you must set yourself apart from the competition. Most of us have read about the applicant who decided to break the mold by writing something completely unconventional and brilliant or who showed up to drop off the application in person while dressed… Read more »

Embrace Your Strengths and Weaknesses

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In one of the recent 2016 Republican presidential candidate debates, the candidates were asked, “What do you consider your greatest weakness?” Late-night host Stephen Colbert quipped that it was the one question that “no one in human history” has ever answered honestly. Presidential debates aside, nearly anyone who has had a job interview has faced… Read more »

Lost in Your Inbox?

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At most corporate offices, the emails run fast and furious. Partly because they’ve replaced the phone call or the knock on the office door with them and partly because many businesses work with other companies, clients, and vendors around the country and around the globe, and it’s the most effective way to communicate with everyone…. Read more »