Tag Archive: job hunt

How to Have a Healthy Relationship With Your Recruiter

November 20, 2015

Working with a recruiter is exciting and an amazing opportunity for you to grow in your professional career. Being recruiters ourselves, we are thrilled when we find the perfect match between candidates and employers. However, in order for us to be able to find the perfect match for both candidates  ... Read More

Keeping a Healthy Career-Style

September 18, 2015

In September of 2014, The Washington Post published an article stating that the average work week for an American has reached an all-time high of forty-seven hours. Americans are now spending more time in the workplace than ever before. Not only is this astonishing, but it stresses the importance of  ... Read More

Steps to Make Your Job Hunt a Little Easier

July 17, 2015

Searching for a new job is difficult and tedious. Trust us, we know. The good news is we have some great tips that will make your job search a little easier. Answer these questions to help figure out what your best job opportunities would be. What are your skills? Finding  ... Read More

Resume Tips for Every Job Seeker

June 26, 2015

R-E-S-U-M-E find out what it means to me! Whether you are about to submit your resume or just starting, take a look at these tips to help your resume be the best possible! Just remember RESUME. Read Over Before you submit your resume be sure to read it over. Look  ... Read More

Tips on Networking

June 19, 2015

Networking can be one of the most valuable assets in your professional career. It can help you find a job, hire an employee, and overall establish strong connections for your future. It is important but not always the easiest to do. So don’t let it be intimidating, follow these tips  ... Read More

A Quick Cover Letter Guide To Recent Grads!

May 8, 2015

So you’re about to graduate from college. There are probably some things you still don’t know: how to file taxes, how to buy a house, how to cook complicated meals (or any meal), how to pay off student loan debt, how to apply for a credit card and maybe how  ... Read More

Good News: Job Growth Explodes in DFW

May 22, 2013

  Jim Nill, the new general manager of our beloved Dallas Stars, isn’t the only one in this town with an exciting new job. Job growth in the DFW metroplex has exploded in 2013, which is great news for all of you job hunters out there! Fort Worth holds the  ... Read More

10 Tips for Managing Stress

May 8, 2013

    Everyone has stress in their lives, but sometimes the added pressure of trying to find a job piles on even more stress, which can cause high blood pressure, migraines, chest pain, and more. Here are some tips to manage stress effectively and still keep your job search going  ... Read More

5 Job Search Mistakes You Could Be Making

April 24, 2013

    Have you been on countless interviews, applied for tons of jobs, and still aren’t getting any results? It may be because you are making some common mistakes that a lot of people make on their resumes and in their job hunt. Here’s some job search mistakes that you’re  ... Read More

Making Your Resume Shine

April 10, 2013

  As you can probably guess, the job market is very competitive right now. Employers get stacks of resumes every day and look at a resume an average of six seconds before deciding to toss it or not. Worried that yours might not make the cut? Here are some helpful  ... Read More

Exercising Non-Verbal Communication Skills in a World of Technology

March 27, 2013

    Today’s technology has no doubt made a heavy impact on social interactions. Rather than call, we text or send a Facebook message. Instead of walk across the office, we use online chat or email. While all of these are examples of verbal communication, only the voice-to-voice and face-to-face  ... Read More