Before You Start Your Job Search

You are being forced to look for a new position (for any one of a myriad of reasons from a bad boss to a workforce reduction) after being in your current job for more 7 years. You haven’t had to look for a new job in so long you aren’t sure where to even start. Well, other than you know you need to update your resume. But what makes a great resume in today’s standards? Pretty much a lot of what was good in the past, but there are few things you should consider. We have a list we use when guiding our candidates and we will be happy to share that – all you need to do is ask.

But, as everyone knows, the first thing you need to do is pull up that old resume (or write one if you need to) and update your work history and personal contact info. From there? Just go to our owner’s Linked In page at where you can find weekly posts on this topic and more. You can also reach out to our recruiting team, headed by our VP, Andrew Lass. Their bios are on our website under About Us / Team – their email addresses are provided for your convenience.

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