How To Justify Your Value On Your Resume

There is a lot of resume advice available today. Many experts suggest that you need to provide data that justifies your value but what does that actually mean? Your job as a candidate is to provide as much detail as possible that will engage a prospective employee. They need to see how your specific combination… Read more »

Hiring Trends In Dallas For Winter 2014

2014 brought its own set of challenges and triumphs. The job outlook began to pick up and businesses were dipping their toes back into innovation. The job market transitioned from survival to success. Texas has been at the forefront of many of these advances. The job landscape is always changing and hiring managers need to… Read more »

How To Ask For A Reference Letter

References are essential in today’s competitive job market. In order to impress upon a potential employer you not only need to have a killer resume, great interviewing skills, and the right personality fit for their environment you also need to prove that you can do what you say you can. The only way to communicate… Read more »

Networking Tips And How To Avoid Burning Bridges

Everyone tells you that networking is important when you’re searching for your next job. However, very few places offer real advice for how to accomplish this correctly. Networking is a skill that is developed over time and takes a lot of practice so how can you ensure that you are getting things right? Here are… Read more »

Relocating To Texas For Work? 5 Tips To Help You

Are you considering a move to Texas for a job? Or maybe you’ve already packed up the car and the family and are heading to the Lone Star State. Wherever in Texas you’re going there are a few tips that can help you settle in. Let’s take a look at 5 things you want to… Read more »

Underqualified? Here’s How to Land Your Dream Job Anyway

Should you apply for jobs you’re not qualified for? The conventional answer is no but what if that isn’t always true? Every time you look through job postings you second guess yourself or your skills but that doesn’t mean that you aren’t capable of handling the job that you really want. If you find yourself… Read more »

3 Ways to Check if the Job Offer is Right for You

When you’ve been on the job market for an extended period of time it can feel like you must accept any job offer that comes your way. However, it is very important that you only accept an offer that fits with your life outside work, your career goals, and your personal values. How do you… Read more »

Hot Jobs at CornerStone: Receptionist and Research/Document Processor Positions Available

Receptionist Our client in Richardson is seeking a qualified receptionist for their front desk. A receptionist has the responsibility to make the best first impression for all visitors and phone calls into the company. Our client is looking for a candidate who is polished and professional who can handle all phone calls and questions as… Read more »

3 Ways to Stand Out as a Job Seeker With Online Branding

Online branding is a fact of life in today’s fast paced Internet communications landscape. It is no longer just corporations and small businesses who need to consider their online image but also job seekers. While you’re in the market for a new opportunity have you made sure that your online message is accessible and interesting… Read more »

Learn How to Define Your Strengths

Sometimes it is hard to recognize your own value in the workplace. Especially as a job seeker who may have been out of work for some time it is easy to become negative about your skills and abilities. Before you throw in the job search towel consider these simple questions you can ask yourself to… Read more »