Women make up half of the college-educated workforce in America, but only 29 percent of the engineering and science positions are filled by women, according to the National Girls Collaborative Project. Navigating a male dominated profession can be stressful at times,...
If you are interested in helping to preserve the environment, renewable energy career opportunities are flourishing. As each year passes, more renewable energy opportunities are added to the workforce. According to Fortune.com, renewable energy is creating jobs 12...
Earned by less than two percent of all staffing agencies in the U.S. CLEVELAND, OHIO – FEBRUARY, 2017 – Alliance Solutions Group is proud to announce that all of its brands have won Inavero’s Best of Staffing® Client and Talent Awards for providing superior service to...
We get it. You’ve heard the rumors about staffing companies. You think a staffing company wouldn’t know your skills, qualifications, and values that you analyze during your job search. What could they possibly do that you can’t? You are a great candidate and you have a lot to offer to companies. Of course, you can find your own job.
Sooner or later it happens: you have been extended an offer for a new job opportunity that will advance your career professionally and/or financially, and you find yourself having to resign from your current job. As excited as you are about the future, it can also be nerve-wracking and scary to tell your current employer that you are leaving.
You are passionate about science and technology and so are we! But we need your help. Many workers eligible for science and technology jobs don’t use the terminology or detail needed in a resume for us to find them. Let me explain why we can’t find you, and what you can do to get found.
You’re probably worried about how you’ll introduce yourself and what you’ll talk about to keep the conversation moving. Do they want to talk to you? Do you even have anything to bring to the conversation? There’s no chance they’ll want to follow up and grab coffee, right?
You may have previously seen the article about finding the “perfect squirrel” for your organization, or the perfect candidate who can excel your business to the next level. Every company wants one – and they are out there – but what could it cost your company to keep searching and searching for these rare candidates?
ou just hit the send key and your resume is on its way toward your next career opportunity, you’re sure to get an immediate callback, right? The hope is that the employer will read between the lines to see you are a perfect fit. But ultimately, it’s still just a resume and you’re not
So have you ever applied with a staffing agency and never got a call back? Or if you did get an opportunity it wasn’t the right one? Or are you in the job market place today and you’ve never worked with a staffing agency and you’re wondering how to apply with one?