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Job Searching 101: The Resume

The goal of searching for a job is to finally get your resume in front of a hiring manager in hopes that you get called for an interview. This is the first step to landing a job. When your resume is lackluster, you’ll be harming your hiring potential and suffer as a result. Think about […]

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Job Searching 101: Networking

Networking is one of the most important parts of the job search process. In many cases, getting a job is more about who you know than what you know. Yet networking is the one thing that alludes most job seekers. Most people simply don’t know where to start. Here are some great places to start […]

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Job Searching 101: Preparation

To succeed in the fiercely competitive job market, you need to be prepared. But preparing for your search is more than just typing up a resume. In today’s digital world, prepping for a job search also means making sure that your social profiles are in order and that you understand what your goals are. Here […]

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Job Searching 101: After the Interview

The job search process doesn’t stop after the interview. There are some key things that you need to do to improve your chances of getting a call back or landing the job after you’re initial interview. Assess the Interview Immediately after the interview, make a summary of the questions the interviewer asked and your answers. […]

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Job Searching 101: The Interview

Landing an interview is a great sign, but you haven’t gotten the job yet. Preparing for the interview will improve your chances of success. This is your first chance to impress your potential employer, and being prepared for your meeting will help you make a positive impression on the hiring manager. Read interview tips from […]

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The Top 5 Interview Tips for Welders

The following are the top 5 tips for how to succeed in a welder interview, but many of the same principles can be applied to manufacturing interviews in general. Dress appropriately – How should a welder dress for an interview? According to our clients, it is entirely appropriate for a welder to show up

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Tips for Communicating With a Staffing Agency

After you’ve applied at a staffing agency and they’ve determined that Yes, your background and experience match the type of jobs they typically fill, it’s time to follow up with a phone call. Keep in mind that recruiters juggle calls from candidates and clients all day, every day. They meet dozens of people per week. […]

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Five Important Things To Do Before An Interview

Do interviews make you sweat? They make me sweat! Interviews make many people nervous! You have just a few seconds to make that all important first impression. This has a tendency to make our palms sweat, to make us giggle or act nervous (in my case, smile too much). This is typical and most hiring […]

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Employment Solutions Fights Hunger in Colorado

Employment Solutions recognizes that everyone needs a hand up once in a while, so for the month of April we are competing with area businesses to raise the most food and funds to support the Food Bank for Larimer County! Employment Solutions made every Friday in April Jeans-Friday. For a $10 donation, employees can wear jeans to work. […]

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“You Were NOT hired – Now What?”

It is important to form lifetime connections with every individual you meet throughout your job search process, even if you are not hired. This also includes the individuals who were involved in the interviewing process of companies who did not hire you. Hiring authorities are usually well connected and you never know what doors they […]

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