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During an interview with a job recruiter, they want to learn about your greatest strengths and also your weaknesses. This information allows them to assess your overall skill set and determine how good of a fit you would be for a position. Here are some tips for answering the classic question, “What is your biggest… Read more »

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Recruitment agencies act as a liaison between employers and job candidates. It’s their job to identify and hire knowledgeable and experienced individuals to fill a position. One of the first steps of the recruitment process involves an initial interview where a recruiter learns more about a candidate to determine if they are a good fit… Read more »

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At Shannon Staffing, we support our communities by partnering with businesses to provide innovative solutions to their staffing and human resource needs. And we also support those businesses by providing useful information and tips…like this. You have options to combat new expenses linked to health reform! Retiree Health Exchanges You have the option to change… Read more »

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Even with all the hype about job boards and social networking, a well written resume is STILL the best tool available for your job search. An effective resume does more than just help get you that all important interview. Your well written resume helps make you more effective during the actual interview. Each resume should… Read more »

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Interviewers often screen resumes based on the cover letters alone, they may never look at resumes that don’t have a cover letter. So, a well written cover letter is one way to set yourself apart from many other job seekers. Her are some things you can do to help insure that YOUR resume goes in… Read more »

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Regardless of the position, interviewing can be stressful; especially if you are not prepared. We believe there is absolutely no excuse for not being prepared for an interview. Preparation is often the difference between success and failure. Here are ten tips to improve your chances of succeeding on your next job interview. 1. BE ON… Read more »