The Most In-Demand Skills Recruiters are Looking for in a Light Industrial Leader

A mix of hard and soft skills are important to stand out as a light industrial worker. Proficiency in these skills will not only help with your career, but they can help you stand out as a leader. 3 Skills You Need to Be Successful in the Light Industrial Field To be a successful professional… Read More »

How a Growing Remote Workforce Can Create More Job Opportunities

Americans are still dealing with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, which means that a typical workday continues to evolve. While many workers have gone back to the office or job site, many are still working remotely.  Even though health and safety protocols have been in place, recommendations and policies shift – sometimes being met… Read More »

Are You Including Keywords in Your Resume?

Using keywords in your resume is one of the best ways to get noticed by both recruiters and applicant tracking systems (ATS).  When talking about job searches, keywords are short phrases or words that relate to particular job requirements. They are the skills, credentials, and qualities that a hiring manager looks for in a candidate. … Read More »

When is Canceling or Rescheduling an Interview Appropriate?

Landing an interview is a major accomplishment when you’re searching for a job. So, the idea of canceling or having to reschedule might seem like the worst possible scenario. But, life happens. Kids get sick, car emergencies happen, and even technical issues can get in the way of making it to an interview.  On the… Read More »

How Social Media Can Help Your Employment Search

If you think of social media as primarily social, it’s time to recalibrate! Many employers use social media channels like LinkedIn and Facebook to find and evaluate job candidates. Yes, there are opportunities everywhere! Here’s how to make the most of social media during your job search.    Use social media to find job postings. LinkedIn is one of the main sites you can use… Read More »