Is Cultural Fit Really that Important?

On average, human beings will spend approximately one-third of their lives at work. Because of this, it should come as no surprise that work feeds into many other aspects of our lives, influencing self identity, self esteem, and opportunities for… Read more »

Give Your Resume a Facelift to Get Noticed!

Getting your resume noticed by a hiring manager is your first step in the right direction on the path of your job search. Of course your experience, skills, and personality may be what makes the final decision between you or… Read more »

Where to Incorporate Keywords on LinkedIn

LinkedIn is an excellent networking resource for job seekers in today’s digital marketplace; however, even the most social media savvy job seekers will often create a great profile and then find themselves wondering, “now what?” Luckily, generating attention from your… Read more »

Building Confidence for Your Next Job Interview

The job interview can be the most exciting as well as the most nerve racking component of the job search. While being invited to an interview serves as a strong signal from the employer that you are being considered for… Read more »

Red Flags Employers Are Looking For

Although there is no clearly defined list of dos and don’ts when it comes to interviewing job candidates, there are some actions that are immediate red flags. Employers who are aware of these red flags are at a higher advantage… Read more »

Improving Your Interviewing Technique

One of most nerve-racking parts of a job search is the interview. You’ve made it past the initial screening, and now is the time to prove you are truly the best candidate for the position. Although the idea of selling yourself and… Read more »

Hitting the Curveball Questions | Staffing Services Maine

Curveball questions: interviewers love them and candidates hate them. It’s a classic case; an interview will appear to be going smoothly. You’ve demonstrated that you’ve researched the company and its competitors, as well as shown that you clearly possess all… Read more »

How to Get that Job Interview

Sending a customized resume and cover letter to that perfect-for-you online job listing is a great start: but it isn’t enough. To get noticed in today’s job market, you have to be proactive. To help maximize your success and improve… Read more »

Essential Tips to Jump Start Your Job Search this Fall

Autumn is finally here, and while the year may be winding down, this is an excellent time for new beginnings – especially in your job search.  Taking the initial plunge into the job hunting process can be extremely overwhelming, especially… Read more »

Lack of Experience? No Problem!

Do you know what the most heartbreaking words in a job description are for a recent grad? “Three to five years of experience required.” It’s rare in today’s market that you find a job posting that is specifically noted as… Read more »