5 Resume Tips for Administrative Assistants

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As an administrative professional, you should understand your resume serves as an introductory portfolio of its own. In a field that revolves around data entry, accuracy and verification, it’s critical your resume showcases these skills within its format and layout. In addition, there are a number of tips and tricks that apply when searching for… Read more »

Five Motivational Quotes to Help Your Career in 2018

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As the hustle and bustle of the holiday season begins to subside, it can be difficult to start the new year off on the right foot. Between cleaning up after Christmas festivities and returning to the daily grind from extended vacations, many of us struggle when it comes to finding the motivation needed to succeed… Read more »

4 Books New Leaders Should Read

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Are you starting off 2018 in a new managerial role? Maybe it’s your personal goal to receive that much-deserved promotion in the new year. Or perhaps you just want to prep yourself and impress your co-workers. In either case, take some time to read these four books. Not only will they make it easy to… Read more »

The Top Four Job Search Tips From Mega Force Staffing in 2017

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As the year is winding down, we’d like to look back on some of the most valuable job-seeking tips we’ve provided throughout 2017. We’ve given you a lot of insight into the general process and some handy tools to help you get started – but we’ve got much more in store in 2018. Until then,… Read more »

Four Preventable Mistakes in Your Next Job Interview

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The typical job interview is stressful enough, but many job seekers are sabotaging their own chances of success without even realizing it. If you really want to make strong first impression the next time you show up for onboarding, orientation or an interview, try to avoid all of the following mistakes. This may be easier… Read more »

The Checklist You’ll Be Thankful for During Your Next Job Search

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A job search is a daunting task to say the least. Whether you are new to the workforce, returning after an absence or simply transitioning to a new industry or role, it’s easy to become overwhelmed by the process. For best results, try to tackle this challenge in a straightforward manner and take it one… Read more »

Want More “Good Days”? This Will Help

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For some of us, the good days seem to be few and far between. In the midst of an uncertain economy and an unsteady job market, it can be difficult to find the morale needed to make every day a success. If you’re struggling to turn your mindset around, or even if you’re just having… Read more »

This Job Interview Mistake Costs You the Job Every Time

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Although most job interviews follow a rather standard process, especially among the temporary workforce, it’s still one of the most stressful parts of the job hunt. While it’s important to make the interview into a two-way interaction, most job seekers simply talk too much. Instead, try to let your resume do the talking; you’re just… Read more »

The Right Way to Say No to a Work Assignment

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The world of the average temporary worker is a tough one. While it’s important to take on new assignments when they come your way, it can be difficult – if not downright impossible – to assume responsibility for a project you’re just not comfortable with. In this case, it’s important you’re able to say no… Read more »