Top 10 In-Demand Labor Jobs During COVID-19

If you’re on the hunt for work during the coronavirus crisis, it can be worrisome to wonder when you’ll get your next job. However, those looking for labor jobs are in luck. Although the COVID-19 concerns are far from over, there is still essential work to be done. Here’s our list of the most in-demand labor/general labor jobs for… Read More »

5 Tips to Start Your Job Search in the Midst of COVID-19 

The coronavirus situation is evolving so rapidly it can be hard to keep tabs on what comes next. If you’re searching for a new position during this time, don’t be discouraged. Many companies still need to fill positions; in fact, some businesses may see an influx of work and be looking for quick recruits. Job Store Staffing… Read More »

How to Ask to Take on More Responsibility at Work

Are you starting to feel awesome? Competence in a professional role is not always automatic. It can take weeks or months to get comfortable with a new job. Once you’ve achieved a level of confidence in your role, it’s natural to desire more. As your skills improve and you build rapport, you may start wondering… Read More »

How to Be More Confident in Your Job Interview

  Embrace your power as a candidate! Many job seekers defer to the interviewer, but it’s up to you to prove you belong. In order to harness your abilities and prove you are an ideal hire, you’ll need to exude some serious confidence. Here’s how you can show your courage and persuasiveness in a professional… Read More »

Set Your Career Up for Success in this New Decade

Your 2020 vision should include exactly how you plan to land your next position. Don’t forget that this new era means new curveballs for job applicants but also means more options. Here’s how to look ahead and plan your career accordingly. Think Like a Leader These days, employees aren’t just worker bees designed to keep… Read More »

How to Answer the Worst Job Interview Question

Job seekers have enough troubles – creating an enticing cover letter, updating and tweaking the resume, filling out application after application. When a candidate finally gets the call for an interview, it’s exciting! However, it’s crucial to be prepared. “What’s your greatest weakness?” is always the most-dreaded interview question and we’ll help you answer it… Read More »

Tips for Updating a Resume in 2020

If you’re ready to jump into your job search in 2020, you need every professional tool available. This includes a killer resume with a concise listing of your experiences and abilities. Here are the tools you need to update your resume going into the new year. Ditch the Extra Details First, review your resume for… Read More »

Social Media Do’s and Don’t’s When Trying to Get a Job

The recent controversial news story on hiring and social media may have you thinking about what is lurking on your Instagram or Facebook profile. It’s not at all uncommon for managers to look you up before they bring you in for an interview. While you can limit what strangers can see on your pages, there… Read More »

What to Expect in Your Warehouse Interview

How can you make sure you land the job when it’s time for a warehouse position interview? If this is your first entry-level role or you’re meeting with a potential employer to take a step up in the warehouse setting, you’ll need to sell yourself to the hiring manager. How can you best represent your… Read More »

Don’t Scare Off Potential Employers With These Interview Red Flags

WARNING: If you want to get the job, you have to ace the interview. Your resume can only get you so far. Making a strong positive impression during your meeting is crucial in convincing a hiring manager that you’re the right one for the role. To stand out to any potential employer, you’ll need to… Read More »