Here are 4 Ways Therapy Could Improve Your Work Life

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From managing stress and burnout, to navigating conflict and improving communication skills, therapy is helpful for your career in so many ways. This post will talk about the importance therapy can have on your work life as well as your personal life. Preventing Burnout Especially through challenging times like these, burnout is a rampant problem… Read more »

Resume Tips to Capture a Recruiter’s Attention

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If you’re experienced in finding work in today’s job market, you know that it’s hard to get serious attention in a resume unless you have a hook, something that catches your reader’s attention from the first second they look at your credentials. That can be a number of different things, but here are several tips… Read more »

The Best Way to Respond to a Job Offer via Email

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Congratulations! You’ve successfully managed to attract the attention of a hiring manager with a stellar resume and cover letter. Better yet, you’ve presented yourself well during the interview and feel that you made a good connection with your prospective future employer! Receiving a job offer by email or over the phone is really an exciting… Read more »

How Do You Stay Organized? What Interviewers Really Want to Know

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Saying you are an organized professional is almost cliché on a resume. But what interviewers really want to know is what your process is for staying organized and managing your time well. It’s not enough to just say you are. An interview is where you support that claim. This post will talk about how you… Read more »

How a Specialized Recruiter Can Help You Find a New Job Fast

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Specialization in the energy and manufacturing industries can mean the difference between success and failure right from the beginning of a job search. It’s about knowing the right people and understanding the work well enough to navigate complex recruiting needs. As a staffing agency specialized in industrial recruiting, we understand this balance better than anyone…. Read more »

Common Job Search Fears and How to Overcome Them

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A job search can do a number on anybody’s nerves. It’s hard work doing research, filling out applications, hunting down prospects, interviewing, and networking – only to receive several rejections before landing your next gig. Frankly, it can be an anxiety-filled experience. But it doesn’t have to be. Here are 4 tips to make the… Read more »

Looking for Career Advancement in Your Current Role? 5 Things to Try

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If you are looking to grow your career, but aren’t in a position to leave your current role, don’t give up. There are lots of ways to advance your skills and your contributions, even if you don’t receive a promotion right off the bat. Here are 5 ways you can find career advancement within your… Read more »

3 Simple Steps to Writing Your Career Development Plan

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Do you have a career plan? If you don’t, you really should. But it’s hard to know where to start if you haven’t crafted one for yourself in the past. Here’s how to create a career development plan and map out what you are trying to achieve during your career! Write It Down Writing down… Read more »

Are You Ready to Ask for a Promotion? Avoid These Mistakes

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If you think you are due for a promotion, the best thing you can do is talk with your manager. They need to be fully onboard to help you achieve your goal. But there are right ways to go about it, and there are wrong ways to go about it. Do not diminish your chances… Read more »

The 5 Best Questions to Ask an Interviewer

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Interviews are a moment in your job search where you have the opportunity to change your future. It’s a crossroads where you can leave with an offer in hand or the feeling that you did not perform at your best. Given that there is so much at stake during an interview, it’s important to prepare… Read more »