2019 – the Year to Realize the Value of a Temporary Job in Your Career

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Temporary jobs have a lot of value to add in today’s job market. Not only are they a great way to fill the small gaps in your resume, but they can expose to you new jobs and industries that you’ve never even considered. You never know when your dream job will pop up – it’s… Read more »

Our Top Tips for Job Seekers from 2019

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Our blog provided a lot of tips, tricks, and techniques for jobseekers throughout North Carolina in 2018. While we’re dedicated to sharing even more information in 2019, we’d like to take a look back at some of our most helpful tips from 2018. How to Create a Resume for a Warehouse Job One of our… Read more »

Staffing Healthy at Work – How You Can Do It in 2019

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With the new year quickly approaching, it’s time to renew your commitment to eating healthy and staying fit. Unfortunately, this is much easier said than done. This is especially true with workers who spend prolonged hours at the workplace. With limited dining options and a lack of available exercise equipment, you need to take some… Read more »

A Staffing Agency Will Keep You Employed for All of 2019

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If you are currently in between jobs, the new year is a great time to continue your job search. Not only does the holiday bring a renewed sense of enthusiasm and motivation across the world, but companies are resuming their normal hours and getting back to business as usual. With the rush of Thanksgiving and… Read more »

How to Give Thanks Year-Round – 4 Tips to Maintain That Attitude

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With the winter holidays nearly upon us, the entire country is gearing up for another season of spreading good cheer, exchanging gifts and spending time with their loved ones. Generally speaking, Thanksgiving, Christmas and the new year offer a lot of light, hope and optimism – even in the darkest times. But who’s to say… Read more »

Have a Forklift Certificate? Material Handler Jobs Could Be the Right Option for Your Next Job

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While many industrial jobs rely on a contingent workforce of general laborers to maintain productivity on a day-to-day basis, others call for highly skilled professionals that specialize in one discipline or another. Job seekers who have already obtained forklift certification, for example, might find career longevity and success as a material handler in the manufacturing… Read more »

Scared of Your Resume? You Won’t Be After These Tips!

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Writing a resume is a daunting process. Between common industry standards, the expectations of hiring managers and the advice of friends, there’s a lot to consider – especially if this is your first time. However, this doesn’t have to be such a scary experience. By using the following tips, you can overcome your fears and… Read more »

Why the First Interview Didn’t Lead to the Second Interview

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In today’s job market, many employers and hiring managers rarely depend on a single interview. Not only do they tend to interview many different applicants, but they often host secondary interviews to ensure they’re finding the best possible talent. Some even use further rounds of interviews to narrow the field even further. If you consistently… Read more »

The Resume Objective – is It Dead?

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According to recent studies, hiring managers, recruiters and interviewers spend an average of six to 30 seconds reviewing each resume. Although some job seekers are under the impression that their two- or three-page resume is better than a shorter document, this simply isn’t true. Likewise, many job seekers begin their resume with a brief career… Read more »

“What Do You Do in a Crisis” – How to Answer That in an Interview

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The standard job interview can be a stressful time. It doesn’t matter if you’re a workforce veteran or if you’re a first-time jobseeker – there’s always some anxiety to overcome. Some hiring managers try to soften the process with fun and creative questions, but one that almost always pops up is “What do you do… Read more »