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Pre-Interview Anxiety? No problem. Check out our tips to help you calm your nerves before your interview. When you feel nervous it typically affects your performance. If you’re feeling anxious or nervous about your upcoming job interview, you are not alone. Business professionals, athletes, political leaders all have experienced some sort of anxiety in their… Read more »

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The handy Interview Preparation Worksheet.   It is essential to be prepared for your interview. Being prepared means doing your research beforehand and being prepared for potential questions your interviewer can ask you. You can prepare by listing out your professional accomplishments, your strengths and weaknesses, and the strategies you’ve used that helped you reach… Read more »

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What to include and eliminate from your Attention Grabbing Resume   Your resume is a critical component of your job search. When it comes to creating a resume, more likely than not, you will find yourself questioning whether or not you should include something in your resume. You need a resume that grabs the attention… Read more »

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Kacey Short shares her story about her un-expected opportunity as a Technical Recruiter at TriStaff   In 2015, Kacey Short joined the TriStaff team as a full-time Technical Recruiter. Kacey did not grow up thinking she would fall into the shoes of a recruiter, but her position could not be a better fit for her…. Read more »

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Vice President of Technical Staffing shares one of his goal-reaching success stories.   One of many jobs a recruiter has when working with a candidate is helping their candidate and/or client reach their goals. Goal setting is vital when it comes to your career. Goals give you motivation to keep doing better and to reach… Read more »

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Congratulations! You landed the interview. Next step, nailing the interview. We’ve come up with a few dos and don’ts to a successful interview. Remember, you are being interviewed because the interviewer wants to hire somebody – not because they want to see how nervous they can make you or embarrass you. During your interview, the interviewer… Read more »

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#BIYP – Bring In Your Parents, the Best Career Advice from your parents.   When it comes to your career, you’ve likely asked your parents for advice on a tough decision, for some motivation, or simply on what to do. In honor of Bring In Your Parents (#BIYP) day from LinkedIn, we’ve collected the best… Read more »

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What to do to Prepare for Your Interview.    Once you’ve landed the interview, it’s essential to prepare. Preparation is the first key step towards a successful interview. It seems pretty straight forward to ‘prepare for your interview’, but you would be surprised by the number of company interviewers that are continually amazed by the… Read more »