Category: Career Transition

Featured Image: TalentBridge Named to the Inc. 5000 List

TalentBridge Named to the Inc. 5000 List

August 14, 2019 | Career Transition

TalentBridge has earned a spot on the 2019 Inc.5000 ranking of the fastest-growing private firms in America. In its second consecutive year on the Inc.5000 list, TalentBridge ranked 2,643 based on its three-year growth rate of 147% percent. TalentBridge provides comprehensive professional search and contract staffing services and includes a certified Women Business Enterprise and HR advisory […]

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Featured Image: Three Things You Need to Know When Recruiting Gen Z Employees

Three Things You Need to Know When Recruiting Gen Z Employees

For the past several years employers have been focused on the needs of Millennial employees, and rightfully so–since the early 2010s, Millennials have been the largest generation in the workforce. But they are not the youngest generation in the workforce anymore. The oldest members of Generation Z are in their early twenties and they make […]

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Featured Image: The Job Interview is Over. Now What?

The Job Interview is Over. Now What?

After you have finished the job interview, you go home and as far as you know, you nailed it. While you don’t want to come off as nagging, you want to stay on the employer’s radar. After an interview you want to send a thank you email and a handwritten note as soon as possible. You […]

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Featured Image: Identifying and Avoiding Red Flags in an Interview

Identifying and Avoiding Red Flags in an Interview

Although your resume and other screening tools are key factors employers use to make hiring decisions, the interview is your time to showcase your personality. The interview doesn’t start when you sit down and begin answering questions. It begins when you pick up the phone for a phone interview and continues through your interactions with […]

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Featured Image: Ten Questions You Should Be Asking in an Interview

Ten Questions You Should Be Asking in an Interview

We spend so much time thinking about what interviewers will ask us during an interview, it’s easy to forget just how important it is for the interviewee to ask questions in return. But not all questions are created equal. Good questions are around job duties, the department structure, company goals, and growth plans. Candidates who […]

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Featured Image: Nailing Down Responses to the Most Common Interview Questions

Nailing Down Responses to the Most Common Interview Questions

Professionals responsible for interviewing potential candidates for an organization likely have a fair amount of experience in doing just that. They come prepared with a list of questions they know will help uncover the traits and abilities needed to fill the specific role you’re eager to land. To help you prepare your responses for your […]

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Featured Image: Three Simple Steps to Prepare for Your Next Job Interview

Three Simple Steps to Prepare for Your Next Job Interview

Preparing for an interview can be overwhelming. You want to make the best first impression, which includes having substantial background information on the company and articulating your past job experience effectively. Follow the steps below to ensure you’re well prepared for any interview: Do Your Homework Spend some time finding as much information about the […]

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Featured Image: How to Create a Resume That Stands Out

How to Create a Resume That Stands Out

Your resume is your ticket to earning an interview. Research shows that employers scan resumes within six seconds, so it’s important to quickly and effectively “sell” your skills and abilities to a potential employer. The layout, content and presentation are critical to achieving this goal. Here are four things your resume should include so it’s […]

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Featured Image: Three Trends in Recruiting Technology that Are Here to Stay

Three Trends in Recruiting Technology that Are Here to Stay

Just like in every other industry, technology is changing the recruiting game. Here are three changes we’ve seen that we expect to stick around for a while: Video resumes and video interviews Due to the increasing importance of soft skills in the recruiting process, hiring managers are leaning away from the traditional paper resume and […]

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Featured Image: Building and Marketing Your Personal Brand

Building and Marketing Your Personal Brand

Building and Marketing Your Personal Brand When working with someone who’s looking for their next job opportunity, one of the first questions a career coach will ask is: “What do you want to do?” It’s a more difficult question to answer than you might think. Even though candidates are looking to start fresh, they’ll often […]

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