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So you’ve filed a perfectly tailored resume and pitched a flawless interview in an effort to land that dream job, but now you’re waiting by the phone hoping the next call will tell you you’re hired. Should you call them? How long should you wait? If you do call, what should you say? There is… Read more »

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Some musicians prefer to play jazz because they like having the freedom to improvise. Other musicians thrive while playing rock and roll because of its rigid song structures. When a jazz musician sits in with a rock band and vice versa – chaos can ensure, and the same fish-out-of-water scenario goes for people who don’t… Read more »

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Many people prize a full-time job over a temporary position or contract work, but there are numerous reasons you should seek out – and even embrace – a temporary job. Workers should be exploring every opportunity with the uncertainty in today’s job market, and many are doing just that. During the economic recovery from 2009… Read more »

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Between the heat, pressure to enjoy the weather and the kids having off from school, it can be easier for workers to feel burned out in the summer – rather than the winter, when many of us turn into underground molemen (and molewomen). Your employees may have vacation days they can take to avoid burning… Read more »

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In the course of a standard day, administrative assistants need to wear a lot of hats. Due to the unique nature of this job, interviewing for an administrative position can be a much different experience than interviewing for any other job. Of course, preparations for an admin interview should start the same as preparation for… Read more »

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From the downsizings of 1990s to a strong association with ‘low-tech’ baby boomers, millennials have repeatedly been sent the message that they should seek jobs outside the manufacturing sector. However, U.S. manufacturers know that their graying boomer workforce is fast approaching retirement age, and coming up behind them is a gaping hole where Gen Xers… Read more »

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“Job openings, a measure of labor demand, rose 5.2 percent to a seasonally adjusted 5.4 million in April, the highest level since the series began in December 2000, the Labor Department said in its monthly Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS).”   Do you have job openings that you want pre-vetted, skilled candidates to… Read more »

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Thanks to our friends at ERE for sharing this insightful article on how and why employers turn to staffing and recruiting agencies to fill their toughest jobs.  Cornerstone Staffing Solutions’ thriving technical division supports our customers nationwide.  ERE – Employers turning to agencies  

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Looking for a great tool to help build your resume? Your friends at Cornerstone recommend you give this site a whirl: I Need A Resume If you need further resume advice, or want more help in your job search from beginning to end, contact the staffing and recruiting experts at Cornerstone! 

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By Stephanie Gatas, Staffing Consultant in Las Vegas Hello Friends, I’d like to share a few more resume tips. As I’m sure you’re aware, recruitment professionals can get flooded with resumes. So much so, it’s estimated a recruiter might only spend less than 10 seconds reviewing each resume. That said, I’d like to share some… Read more »