Our mission at Spectrum Staffing Services is to be a source of information to help job seekers make their job searches as effective as possible and accomplish their professional goals. In addition to providing job listings, we also aim to take it a step further by offering tips and advice to help you in every step of the job search process. In case you missed them, check out our 2015 roundup of our top three resources for job seekers:
The Top 3 Resources for Job Seekers from Spectrum Staffing Services in 2015
Time management is a key to productivity and accomplishing any life goals, career-related or not. When you’re job searching however, time is of the essence – if you procrastinate or are too busy to apply, that posting for your “dream job” could be gone and filled by someone else. Learn how to make the most of your time by checking out the advice in “Saving Time When You Don’t Have Time to Waste.”
Candidates have so few chances to attract the attention of hiring managers, so it’s important to utilize every resource to your advantage when you make contact with hiring managers. A commonly overlooked yet valuable tool in your job search is your email signature. Make the most of your email signature and ensure it includes the items described in “Don’t Miss Out On Opportunity | What Should Your Email Signature Contain?”
There’s no way around it – if you give hiring managers a bad first impression of you at interviews, you may not be able to overcome it regardless of your qualifications and fit. Fair or not, it’s difficult to change their perspectives once they make their first subconscious snap judgments. Find out how to stand out to hiring managers with the tips in Don’t Let Your First Impression Hurt Your Hiring Chances.
Find your next opportunity with the help of Spectrum Staffing Services. We’re a staffing firm with over 25 years of experience connecting candidates to employers with available positions that are the best professional and personal fit. Search our current available positions to get started with Spectrum today.