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The majority of C-level executives have traditionally stayed in their roles for long periods of time and achieved great degrees of success. On paper this is a good thing, but it can actually negatively affect a job search. Here are the four most common mistakes that C-level executives make when searching for a new job.
Twitter can be an effective tool for pursuing new work – if you leverage it correctly. Here are our tips for successfully using Twitter in a job search.
Establishing LinkedIn connections is a great way to lay the groundwork for future projects. Here are eight ways to cultivate new connections.
It's important for job seekers to know how to eloquently and succinctly explain any gaps in their job history. Here are our tips for explaining your time off.
Buzzwords and clichés have a habit of popping up in cover letters, which is one of the last places they should appear. Here are five phrases to remove from your cover letter immediately.
There are many benefits that come along with volunteering, such as giving back to your community, feeling a sense of accomplishment, increased self-confidence, and connecting with others. But did you know that volunteering could also improve your job search?
Most people are not born as great networkers. It can take a lot of practice to prepare for a networking event, but the job leads, connections, and information gathered will make it worth the effort.
Applying the principles of a marketing campaign to a job search is a great way to stay on step ahead of the competition.
Equis Staffing’s President Carrie Nebens Participates in the SFVBJ’s 2016 Labor & Employment Roundtable
Equis Staffing was happy to recently participate in the San Fernando Valley Business Journal’s 2016 Labor & Employment Roundtable.
There is one job interview question that strikes fear into the hearts of job seekers everywhere: "Tell me about yourself."