Tagged: job seeker advice

What Recruiters Consider an “A+ Resume”

What Recruiters Consider an A+ Resume

Of course there are many ways in which you can write or tailor your resume to a certain audience; there is truly no right or wrong. However, there are some basic areas that recruiters notice, will look for, and be thankful to see on your resume. Some people will have opinions on what not to […]

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5 P's for Interview Success

The 5 P’s for Interview Success

You have probably read one of the many articles on how to have a good job interview experience. What should you do, and what should you NOT do? If you are on the candidate side of this interaction try following the 5 P’s for interview success.

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Top 5 Tips to Prepare for a Job Fair

Top 5 Tips to Prepare for a Job Fair

I hate to say it but summer is winding down. I know school kids in Georgia have gone back to school, and I drop off my two college students in the next 2 weeks. It’s been a great summer, but now for many people it’s time to start up that job search again. Job fair […]

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6 Essential Tips to Take Your Job Search Mobile

More people are accessing the internet through mobile than ever before and searching for a job is one of the most-common online activities. Almost 90% of job seekers will use their mobile device during the job search in 2015 according to a recent Glassdoor Survey. Whether you are looking for a job or trying to […]

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5 Times You Absolutely NEED to be in Touch with your Recruiter

Throughout the job search process you should expect your recruiter will constantly be in touch with you, but be sure that you also stay in touch with your recruiter.  To simplify communication, be sure your recruiter has your best contact information, your cell phone and email. Let them know when the best times to call […]

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The Top 5 Worst Interview Blunders to Avoid

As a recruiter, I spend a lot of time interviewing candidates for positions – not just for my clients, but also for internal positions here at DAVIS.  Over the years, I’ve spent countless hours meeting with candidates and perfecting the art of interviewing.   With that being said, I’ve seen blunders candidates make that can quickly […]

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