Posts Tagged: job seeker tips

Rewriting Your Resume? What Should You Leave Off This Time Around?

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Resume writing is an art form to be mastered over the course of time. Unfortunately, many of us don’t have time to spend researching resume formats, writing rough drafts and editing our career… Read more »

Identifying Which Skills You Should Be Talking up More in Your Interview

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Some temp-to-hire applicants, especially those who are new to their field, tend to explain every detail about every job they’ve ever held. Not only does this take up your time as well as that of your… Read more »

How to Explain Numerous Job Switches in a Short Period of Time

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If you’ve been in the temporary workforce for any amount of time, you’ve likely worked n several different roles to date. Even if you specialize in one specific discipline, you’ve probably been… Read more »

What Do You Do When You Forget to Prepare Prior to an Interview

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You’ve been searching for the perfect job for weeks until you finally found it. The company even called to schedule an interview after reading your resume, and it seems nothing can go wrong at this… Read more »

3 Reasons Why It Is Important to Ask Your Co-Workers for Feedback

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Stephen Nordness founded Automation Personnel Services around service and communication, and these are the values we hope to pass on to all staff members and our clients. Whether you rely on… Read more »

Top Questions to Ask Your Interviewer to Show Your Interest in the Position

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Many job seekers view the interview process as a one-way street. The interviewer asks all the questions and the candidate simply answers. While this may have been enough for jobs in the past, today’s… Read more »

What Questions Should You Expect in a Job Interview for a Manufacturing Position?

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The interview process can be a daunting event. Even a run-of-the-mill interview can be ruined by excess anxiety, unnecessary stress or over-thinking. While it helps to rehearse your potential… Read more »

Who Should I Use as a Job Reference?

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Most jobs require at least two or three job references for each applicant. Not only are these contacts used for verifying past employment history, they can also be used to gauge the character before… Read more »

What Do You Do When You Can’t Stand Your Co-Worker?

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Anyone who has worked for any period of time has encountered a difficult co-worker. Just like all other aspects of our life, it's impossible to get along with everyone, but effective use of conflict… Read more »

What Are Crazy Interview Questions You Can Get in a Job Interview?

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During an interview, job seekers are supposed to keep our questions professional and relevant to the job they are applying for. While this is considered common courtesy, hiring managers and… Read more »