What Does “Entry-Level” Really Mean?

We hear a lot of talk about “entry-level” opportunities. Job seekers often approach these positions right out of college or at the beginning of their careers. There may also be benefits for professionals looking to transition to a new industry. But there is a lot of confusion with the term “entry-level” and how it works… Read more »

Master The Virtual Interview

Many of us never thought we would be navigating such a different employment market so quickly. While online job searches have been a part of the process for a while, now many other aspects of finding a job have transitioned to virtual space. Most notably, the interview. Some employers may be opting for a phone… Read more »

Can Passing on a Job Offer Hurt Your Career?

The marketplace shifted dramatically in early 2020. As the novel coronavirus began to take hold in the US, many people found themselves out of a job. The nation is currently at about a 14% unemployment rate, but still much lower than 1933 during the great depression when it reached 25%. But passing on a job… Read more »

Summer 2020: Your Guide to Remote Work

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic began to make its way across the U.S., many people were looking into the possibility of remote work. Now, jobs that weren’t remote before are being handled from home, so the ability to find work from home jobs as increased. You may have always hoped for a remote work environment… Read more »

The Age of COVID-19: Are You Still Laid Off?

Businesses all across the country are slowly starting to open up again, but what happens if you still find yourself out of work? There are some things you can do to spend this time wisely and make sure you’re in the best position to be hired again. Here are some practical things you can do… Read more »

What Does Your Body Language Say During Your Next Interview?

There are a lot of things to consider in your interviews. You have to plan what to say about yourself, prepare to answer the most common questions, think of questions to ask the interviewer and consider the ways you’ll follow up. But there may be one more aspect to your interview that you’re not considering.… Read more »

Help! I Can’t get Hired

Even as we start to emerge from the effects of COVID-19 and shelter in place orders, we know that the job market may take some time to recover. If you’re struggling to find a new job by stepping up to the plate but hitting nothing but strikes, we hope this blog can give you some… Read more »

Embrace Text Recruiting With These Tips

Are you starting to get texts about new jobs? How do you handle the fast-paced world of text-based recruiting? It won’t be the same as picking up your phone and talking to someone on the other end, so there are a few tips that can help you communicate more clearly when you’re texting a potential… Read more »

The Best Way to Get Noticed by a Recruiter

If you are looking for a new job, have you considered working with a recruiter? There are plenty of reasons to consider a staffing agency, but once you apply, you still have to stand out from the crowd. How do you get noticed by a recruiter and have a better shot at landing a job?… Read more »

Why You Need an Elevator Pitch for Your Job Search

Do you need an elevator pitch as a job seeker? What is one anyway? In short, an elevator pitch is a quick 30-second summary of who you are and what you do. Imagine you’re on an elevator with a potential employer. What would you tell them in the first 30 seconds so they’ll be interested… Read more »