When candidates embark on the job hunt, many are searching for the ideal permanent position with a vast array of benefits and long-term security. Sounds good, right?
As nice as it may be to find the perfect permanent position, it’s not always a possibility. According to the American Staffing Association, more than three million temporary and contract employees work for America’s staffing...
Hearing those two little words: "You're hired!" is arguably one of the best feelings ever. But, it takes a lot of time, effort, and emotions to get there. Usually, it goes something like this:
Getting rejected from a potential employer (or anyone else for that matter) is probably one of the worst feelings ever. You put all that time into tailoring your resume to the job description, writing the perfect cover letter, going to interviews, and figuring out how to follow up without being the most annoying person ever, all to have them say “Eh, thanks but we’re gonna pass.”
2017is just around the corner, and while many companies may not be hiring right now due to end-of-year constraints, you should still be ready for when they start.
Staying positive isn’t always the easiest thing to do. I mean, we can’t all be Mary Poppins going through life floating around on umbrellas and singing songs (mostly because she’s fictional, but hey). That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try to maintain a Mary Poppins level attitude when it comes to staying positive at work.
Even scientists have concluded that positive thinking impacts your life
Staffing agencies have always been the bad guys. In my mind, the industry has always had a stigma. What was the point? I could find jobs on my own, I didn’t need some hoity-toity recruiter from a staffing company to help me.