Don’t Leave Your Job Search Up to Luck

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Finding a new job that you love is no easy task. It’s nerve-racking, tedious, and stressful! It can be a really overwhelming process, but if you have the right mindset and strategy, it’ll pay off with a truly rewarding job. Working with a staffing company can help you create your own luck so you better… Read more »

How Your Long Commute Could be Affecting Your Health

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A long commute is not uncommon—some workers travel more than an hour each way to work, either on trains, buses or in cars. Despite how common they are, these long commutes can be damaging to your health. They’re stressful, reduce your sleep, increase your snacking, and limit your free time. It’s worth trying to keep… Read more »

Focus of Georgia’s Job Interview Checklist

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It doesn’t matter who you are, job interviews are intense! Even if you’re extroverted and totally at ease with new people, the stress of having a possible job on the line takes the anxiety up a notch. Here are eight steps to prepare for your next job interview. Do some research Reread the job post…. Read more »

Focus of Georgia’s Job Search Checklist

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No matter how much experience you have, a job search is never easy. Whether you’re entering the workforce for the first time, interested in fresh start at a new company, or an executive looking to advance your career, it’s hard to know exactly where to start to make sure you’re doing everything in your power…. Read more »

The One Surprising Step You Should Take to Find Your Next Opportunity

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So you need a new job! And you’ve taken all the right steps—you updated your resume, cleaned up your social media profiles, drafted a cover letter, alerted your network, and …now what? You’ve forgotten one important step. And it could be this step that’s the difference between finding the job of your dreams and settling… Read more »

Update Your Resume to Find a New Job in 2019!

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You’ve heard the best time to update your resume is when you don’t need to. In fact, many career experts advise that you update it every couple of months to make sure you don’t forget to include your most-recent achievements, professional development, or quantifiable metrics. If you wait until you really need your resume, chances… Read more »

What Employers Want to See in Their Next Accounts Payable Clerk

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An accounts payable clerk is a crucial piece of any organization. They complete payments and control a company’s expenses by receiving, processing, verifying, and reconciling invoices. Any company looking to hire a new clerk is going to be extra careful, making sure they hire the most qualified and talented person for the job. Here’s what… Read more »

Yes, You Can Be Too Eager in a Job Interview

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You don’t want to seem too eager in a job interview. It’s like dating—if you’re seeing someone who calls too much, texts all day long, and wants to see you all the time, it usually ends up being a turn-off. And the same is true in a job interview. If you’re too eager, you risk… Read more »

How to Make Even the Most Boring Career Story Exciting in an Interview

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Your career story is the tale of how you got to where you are today, your aspirations and interest in a next career move, and how well suited you are for the job you’re applying for. And if you tell it right, you’ll have your interviewers fully engaged, on the edges of their seats, excited… Read more »

5 Skills You Must Develop to Get Any Job You Want

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The future of the workforce looks much different than it did even just five years ago. Technology is evolving, replacing some jobs and vastly changing the look of others. If you want to remain a relevant contributor to the workforce and make sure you’re always sought after by employers, you must evolve with it. Here… Read more »