Three Reasons Some are Ready to Get Back in the Office

Susy Chandler found herself sobbing inside her Asheville, NC house in June 2020, two and a half months after COVID brought the world to a standstill and the phrases “quarantine” and “social separation” entered our world. Chandler is a mother to two and  Associate Director; she considers herself an extrovert so the abrupt shift in her job arrangement had left her feeling isolated and alone, and the uncertainty was weighing heavily on her. “I missed people,” she adds. “I missed feeling normal.” Chandler had anticipated working from home for two weeks when she was initially asked to do so in mid-March 2020. But Continue Reading

Jobs You Can Do From Anywhere

In the past few years, most likely due to COVID-19, there has been an overwhelming amount of people who have shown interest in working from home. Surprisingly this isn’t just from the employees, but the employers as well because they are realizing there are great benefits to creating positions that give employees the opportunity to work offsite. According to UpWork and one of their recent studies, 73% of departments will have remote employees by the year 2028. Both employees and employers are beginning to realize it’s not necessarily needed for them to be in the same time zone or even Continue Reading

Jobs that are in Desperate Need of Employees

It’s been a long wait, but the time has come. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2021, the amount of job openings in the U.S. hit a record peak, making it the highest it’s been over the last two decades. This means, you have various options of work! But there are still specific jobs that are higher in demand. Below we listed various roles that have a huge increase in demand, along with their percentage increase. Determine what jobs have better opportunities, benefits and more. Now is your time to call the shots, so do it! Recruitment consultant Continue Reading

Questions to Ask During Your 2022 Interview

Picture this, you are sitting across from the person who has the power to choose the fate of your job search, in a conference room full of bright lights, and you have so many thoughts running through your head. In this moment, it might be difficult to remember that perfect story you were planning to share.  Or nowadays with everything going on, there is a chance your interview could take place via Zoom. In this case, you might be more worried about the wall you’re sitting in front of, the camera tilting, or hiding that built up trash that’s off Continue Reading

Applying the STAR Method to the Most Nerve Wracking Interview Questions

Are you a good storyteller? Do you include every necessary detail while still getting to the point? Maybe you forget key points or begin to ramble, well, how much harder is that when you add the stress of an interview? Is it going to be easy for you to share a story about previous work experience while still sounding structured? Yeah, that’s where it gets a little harder. Especially when you’re having trouble recalling a specific example to share. First and foremost, remind yourself that everyone has been in this situation. Then, utilize the STAR strategy to help you come Continue Reading

Could you love a call center job?

Call center jobs are popular work from home jobs, but the reality is that most people hate them. Callers on the other side of the call are often in a bad mood, unpolite and with attitudes. But there are also advantages to it. Reddit user u/Figerox, for example, loves his/her call center job. It allows him/her to not only work from home, but to work on his/her side business at the same time. u/Figerox can edit youtube videos while actually taking calls and do some art design work on the side (designs for stickers, t-shirts, etc) I guess what I’m Continue Reading

Felon Friendly Companies for Those Who Need a Job

Companies that allow felons to work for them are very much needed because that is the only stability and income for many. Without support, starting your life over can be very difficult so the more opportunities, the better. Surprisingly there are tons of job’s out there that are willing to hire felon’s and provide them with a second chance. If you know you’re a better person than your past, a previous conviction should not stop you from succeeding. Provided you nail your interview and do the best you can do, you have high chances of finding a job you deserve. Continue Reading

Perfecting Your Resume!

One of the most competitive places today is the job market. An employer will receive over 250 applications on average, for each job position posted. A lot of companies utilize applicant tracking systems to sift through and eliminate the ones that are least qualified. If you are lucky enough to even get through that process, the next step is impressing the hiring manager. Most resumes are skimmed through because they do not have time to thoroughly read each one. If you feel you’ve been sending out tons of applications but you’re not getting a high response rate, it might be Continue Reading

How to Up Your Chances in Scoring an Interview

It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a first position in your career or if you’re just trying to upgrade, finding a job is never a walk in the park. Of course, we have a strong economy with employers hiring, but every job gets approximately 250 resumes and on average only about 4 to 6 people get called in for an interview. Be ready for this process to last several weeks and require your attention daily. Sending in a flurry of resumes will not increase your chances of getting the job. Prior to applying for any job, you should do Continue Reading

How to Nail Your Interview

Following 2020, many started to focus more on how their job was making them feel. This is what led us into the “Great resignation” that happened in 2021, along with people not accepting a job unless they think it’s the perfect fit for them. Once you’ve found the job you might think is the one for you, the process is not over yet. Along with applying comes an interview. Keep reading to discover five ways on how to nail a job interview. Know the Job Description Some descriptions you find will be long, boring and way to in depth that Continue Reading

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