6 Checklist Items When Creating Your Resume

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Whether you’re an industry vet or new to the workforce, the most important document you can provide is your resume. Creating your resume takes time, and you need to tailor it to each position you apply to. However, anyone can make a simple mistake on that page. We’re here to help you prevent those slip-ups… Read more »

3 Hacks For Calming Your Nerves Before Your Big Interview

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The big interview: It can be an exciting opportunity, or a stressful test of your abilities. Any professional will tell you that interviews are all about being prepared and confident. Keeping a cool head is essential to landing the position you want, whether you’re walking into the first interview or the last. If you’re feeling… Read more »

How to Recover Quickly After Rejection From a Potential Employer

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“You have not been selected for this role.” “This position has been filled.” “Another candidate has accepted the position.”   We’ve all gotten that email, phone call or letter. After multiple interviews, your chances were crushed and you didn’t get the job. That rejection can hurt, and it can feel impossible to bounce back. We’ve… Read more »

De-Stress With These 4 Exercises You Can Do During Your Workday

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Every professional faces deeply stressful times. It happens across every industry. Whether you’re pressured by looming deadlines or overwhelmed by leads to pursue, don’t let stress get the best of you. Harness these feelings and turn them into productivity. We’ve got four ways to help you de-stress throughout the workday and conquer any obstacles. Limit… Read more »

5 Easy Lunches You Can Bring to Work

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Modern professionals don’t have the luxury of time when it comes to lunches during the work-week. More than ever, employees find themselves eating over their keyboard and taking a “working lunch.” What if we told you we could bring back some happiness to your lunch hour? Job Store Staffing is mixing it up with some… Read more »

3 Easy Tips For Updating Your Resume in 2018

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New year, new… resume? One of the best ways to start fresh in 2018 is to update your resume. Not the most fun thing on your to-do list, but to embrace the new year is to tackle every task. Whether you’re the CEO of a Fortune 500, or an entry-level newbie, it’s essential to take… Read more »

Why Your Social Media Pages Could Be Dismissing You From a Potential Job Offer

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When you’re looking to lock down the perfect position, it’s essential to have a strong professional presence. Hiring managers search for experienced candidates with potential and leadership abilities. Most supervisors don’t hire for the short term; they’ve got big-picture plans for qualified applicants. First impressions are crucial, but you need to think big picture too…. Read more »

3 Tips To Show a Potential Employer Your Leadership Skills

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In any job interview, one of the most important aspects a hiring manager seeks in a job candidate is their ability to lead. Managers desire job prospects that will commit for the long haul and show promise toward higher levels within the organization. When you want to stand out during an interview, it’s important to… Read more »

Why You Should Regularly Assess Your Job References

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The best feeling in the world can be exiting an interview and feeling like you nailed it. Walking out with your head held high and staying positive regarding the next step is the best way to proceed. Feeling confident during the job search is tough, and you need to have a network to support your… Read more »

Beware These Red-Flag Buzzwords in Your Next Interview

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You’ve found a great post on one of the many job search websites, and you’re feeling good. The commute is short, the hours are great and you’re feeling confident. When you walk in the door, you start getting a nagging feeling that something isn’t right. Maybe the vibe feels off, or the people aren’t friendly…. Read more »