LinkedIn Best Practices

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    Many job seekers already have a LinkedIn page because they heard it was a great way for employers to find them. It is. But, just copying and pasting your resume onto your profile is not going to impress hiring managers.   Here are five ways to step up your profile and make it…

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Best Practices for the “making an offer” Stage

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    The strong economy in the United States means that job seekers have a plethora of opportunities. Companies within the industries of IT, finance and manufacturing are finding it challenging to fill positions with qualified applicants who have realistic expectations when it comes to compensation. Your dedicated Tech Needs Staffing Solutions Provider is a…

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Glassdoor Best Practices

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    Glassdoor is often the first website job seekers visit when they consider working for a company. During the last couple of years, employees have flocked to Glassdoor to post about their experiences at their current and former jobs. Glassdoor allows for anonymity for their reviewers, and frustrated employees or former employees have used…

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Get a Job Fast with Tech Needs

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  Applying for jobs can be as time-consuming as actually going to work each day.   There are dozens of recruiting websites out there with hundreds of job listings, but each of those websites asks you to submit a lot of information for each site.   Plus, the company where you are applying likely also…

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9 Grooming & Hygiene Tips for Job Seekers

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It’s not unheard of to see someone at your Grandma’s or Grandpa’s age with blue or green highlights in the hair, a visible tattoo or three and maybe some piercings in the face. Times have changed with what is considered an acceptable appearance at work, but for job seekers, keeping some things in mind when…

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Recruiting Solution in the New England Job Market

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    The temporary staffing industry is responsible for placing more than 400,000 people into the workforce in New Hampshire and Massachusetts each year, according to the American Staffing Association (ASA).   New Hampshire has an average of 13,000 temporary workers weekly, with annual employment of 63,100. Massachusetts has 68,700 temporary weekly workers, with annual…

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