Staffing Resources

How to Remain Focused and Positive During Job Search Rejection

September 20th, 2019

The job search can be soul crushing to the point of despair. The longer you wait to hear back from companies, the increasing number of rejections you receive, and the more time spent waiting can push you to your breaking point. After several weeks or months, it’s nearly impossible to stay positive. Instead of letting […]

Starting a Job Search for the First Time in Years? Here’s How to Update Your Resume

November 6th, 2018

Your resume is a living, breathing document that should be updated frequently, regardless if you plan to make a career change or apply for a side gig. Every time you start a new professional endeavor, engage in a volunteer activity or learn a new skill relevant to your field, take a moment and adjust your […]

Who Should Proofread Your Resume Before You Send it to Potential Employers?

April 4th, 2018

You spend hours poring over your resume, trying to include every relevant detail. Finally, you send it off and on average, a recruiter will give you a six-second chance. This means a few things for the job seeker – make sure your layout is memorable, concise, and you avoid any obvious errors. In a Grammarly […]

3 Ways to Say No When a Job Offer Just Doesn’t Feel Like a Good Fit for You

January 21st, 2016

Getting a job can be life altering. But merely accepting any job is not. You need a job that will have a desired impact on your life. You must be able to use your skills, you should be able to develop a career, the salaries and perks should be adequate, you must be able to […]

Refocusing Your Job Search as 2016 Begins

December 14th, 2015

There is never really an ideal time to embark on a new job search, but things seem somehow tougher when the holiday season rolls around. This time of year is stressful enough without having to think about landing a new job, too. On the positive side, many companies are starting to gear down for the […]

3 Ways to Make Your Resume Stand out to a Recruiter

August 12th, 2013

As a job seeker, you’ve probably spent a lot of time reviewing and making improvements to your resume in the hopes of getting noticed by recruiters. This is, after all, the goal of a serious job search. A well-written resume can make the difference between getting called in for an interview or having your resume […]