Job Seekers

Whether you're wondering how to take the first step or looking for tips to stay competitive, our industry experts have all the employment trends, insights, and tips job seekers need to find a fulfilling new career. We have compiled a definitive list of strategies for all levels of career development, from temporary and entry-level, to management and C-suite.

Did you know that Portland—Oregon’s largest city with 653K people—is the most bike-friendly city in America with 350+ bike lanes and an advanced bike infrastructure? The city’s commitment to planet Earth along with the new infrastructure for cyclists and walkers earned its recognition as one of Time Magazine’s World’s Great Places of 2022. From Portland,…

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Did you write a next-level cover letter and resume? If so, you may have dialed up a phone interview with your prospective employer. During this stage of the game, you need to be prepared to explain the contents of your resume, answer some questions about yourself and your experience, and describe what you hope to…

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You just left an interview feeling confident about the impression you made on a potential employer. Here’s why sending a thank-you note to your interviewer should be your next step. Why should I send a thank-you note? It is extremely important to send a thank you letter as a follow-up to an interview. Sure, we’re…

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Whether you’re reentering the workforce after the pandemic or looking to leave your current position in search of a new challenge, a job search can be daunting and time-consuming. A recruiter can provide tremendous value to you by streamlining the process and matching you with open positions that require your skills and experiences. Recruiters have access to…

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Yes, even the smartest, most qualified job candidates make mistakes on their resumes. So if your job hunt is coming up short, maybe it’s not you… it’s your resume. Do you want to move your resume from the bottom of the barrel to the top of the crop? Avoid these three fatal flaws of resume writing….

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What’s that? Cover letters are a thing of the past, you say? Recruiters only care about your LinkedIn profile? Not so fast. As The HR Digest will tell you, your “cover letter decides who gets called in for an interview and who doesn’t.” The cover letter tests your ability to make an immediate connection, which…

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As the capital of Arizona, Phoenix is known for its year-round sun, warm temperatures, amazing resort hotels, luxurious spas, and championship golf courses. Home to everything from beautiful gardens, interesting tourist attractions, and bustling nightlife, Phoenix—located in Maricopa County—certainly has a lot to offer. But the city is much more than fun and sun—it’s also…

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Job offers that include benefits such as the ability to work remotely, flexible hours, and, of course, the ever-so-tempting promise of a higher salary, seem like no-brainers when it comes to leaving your current company for another in today’s corporate America. However, individuals who leave their former job for these benefits are learning that the…

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Once the interviews and salary negotiations are over and you’ve accepted the offer, it’s easy to believe that the most stressful steps of your job search are behind you. But you’re not out of the woods yet. During the first few weeks in your new position, you’re laying the groundwork—and establishing relationships—that will prove beneficial…

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