Category: Career Advice

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Benefits of Utilizing a Career Coach

With unemployment reaching an all-time high, there are more candidates seeking jobs than ever before. That means you need to find a way to stand out from the competition when searching for a new job. What does that really mean? Where do you start? What makes your resume superior to someone else’s? This can all […]

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How to Transition into a New Career

With COVID-19 impacting the job market at an unprecedented rate, many highly qualified individuals are looking for jobs. The typical reaction is to go to job boards, LinkedIn or work with a recruiting firm to find a job similar to past experience. What if instead, you pulled elements and skills from a job you’ve previously […]

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Free SkillSoft Courses

These are challenging times and TalentBridge wants to help. Through our partnership with Career Partners International, TalentBridge is a preferred provider of SkillSoft and we are offering for a limited-time, complimentary access to SkillSoft Business Continuity Package. This package provides education on Virtual Teams and Business Continuity due to changes caused by COVID-19. From now until June […]

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What to Expect When Working with a Staffing Firm

There are few things in life that are as demanding and time-consuming as landing a new job. Utilizing the expertise of a staffing firm to aid in the process can help alleviate some of the challenges during the transition to your next job or career phase. Staffing firm recruiters provide information about new job opportunities […]

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Let Us Help You Bridge the Gap

This has been a challenging  time for many people across the country. We want to be there to help. TalentBridge is committed to our mission of transforming the lives and communities we serve now more than ever.   If you have been effected as a result of COVID-19, we would like to offer assistance. We […]

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How to Successfully Participate in a Video Interview

With all the uncertainty in the marketplace right now, more companies are moving towards video interviews. Job interviews can be stressful enough, but when it comes to interviewing via video, there is an added layer of uncertainty and unfamiliarity around this method of meeting. Over the past several years, as technology has continued to advance […]

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New Year, New Job? Three Questions to Answer Before you Begin a Job Search

As the calendar rolls over to 2020, the tight labor market shows no signs of loosening. That, combined with the tendency of people to consider making changes in their lives at the beginning of the year, likely means a slew of new job seekers in the coming weeks. If you think you might be one […]

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Featured Image: Upskilling: What Does it Mean for Employers Filling Open Positions?

Upskilling: What Does it Mean for Employers Filling Open Positions?

You may have heard of upskilling in the context of training your current workforce in new technology and evolving digital skills, but this practice can also help widen the field of candidates as you fill new positions.   How many times have you interviewed a candidate who doesn’t check every box as far as technical […]

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Breaking Free from Title Bias on Resumes

We live in an era of job title creativity. Who wouldn’t want to be known as a “happiness engineer,” an “innovation alchemist,” or a “time ninja?” It’s all just a part of quirky company culture…until you start to look for your next job. Both recruiters and candidates are experiencing a new set of challenges as […]

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5 Things to Leave Off Your Resume

Your resume is a potential employer’s first impression of you. On average, hiring managers spend approximately 20 seconds reviewing each resume before they decide whether or not the candidate should move forward. Since your professional fate is essentially determined by a snap decision, it is important to make those few seconds count and not include […]

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