First 90 Days on a New Job…Make it count!

You got the job and now the hard part is just starting. Lots of my research shows that what you do early on during a job transition is what matters most. Your colleagues and your boss form opinions about you based on limited information, and those opinions are sticky—it’s hard to change their minds. So… Read more »

The Importance of a Grammatically Correct Resume

Writing a resume from scratch, or updating one, is critical when looking for a job. However, a resume also needs to be free of typos and grammatical errors. You wouldn’t want to submit a paper or essay to a professor with typos or grammar mistakes, so why would you send out a resume with them?… Read more »

Networking Channels to Utilize When Job Searching After Graduation

I waited until I graduated to start seeking a career in my field… Okay, not all of us had the luxury of working a great job while going to college. Many of you waited tables, worked fast food or retail to have the ability to work nights, weekends with flexible hours. So what if you… Read more »

Should You be Nervous About a Gap on Your Resume?

Work history gaps on resumes are more common than many people may think. If you have a few gaps on your resume, don’t’ let this make you nervous when headed for a job interview. Resume gaps can occur for various reasons, including: a serious illness, periods of unemployment, returning to school, starting and raising a… Read more »

3 Ways to Make the Most out the Short Time at Your Next Job Fair

Job fairs can be excellent opportunities to find a new career. They can be a great time for those getting ready to graduate from college, the unemployed and people simply seeking a new job. Job fairs provide a means to network and find out what opportunities are available right now with local companies and staffing… Read more »

3 Benefits of Partnering with an Employment Firm when Searching for a New Job

Finding a job in today’s competitive market can be tough at times, because it takes a while to find jobs, apply for them, and wait for calls to come in for interviews. This entire process can become very frustrating and lonely. The good news is that you don’t have to do this alone. Temporary employment… Read more »