7 Benefits of Working With a Recruiter

7 Benefits of Working With a Recruiter

All About Recruiters, General Job Search Advice
If you've ever had to find a job before, you know it can be exhausting. So why not have a recruiter help you along with that search? There are many incorrect perceptions about recruiters among job seekers. A recruiter can actually be a great resource for you during your job search. Today we list some of the best benefits you get from working with a recruiter. (more…)
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Your Job Search is a Marathon, Not a Sprint

Your Job Search is a Marathon, Not a Sprint

General Job Search Advice, Resources for Job Seekers
Dig in, breathe deep, and set your pace, because it's time to chase your dream job. Looking for a new job is an exciting process, especially at the start. However, the initial excitement can diminish easily. For this reason, many job seekers work hard to search at the beginning. However, this is akin to trying to sprint an entire marathon. Barring an extremely lucky break, your job search will take some time. Thus it's incredibly important to realize that your job search is a marathon, not a sprint. (more…)
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7 Interview Monsters You Don’t Want to Be

Acing the Interview
Working in recruiting, we see many interviews in just one day. Seeing so many candidates come and go gives us a great idea of what to do and what NOT to do in an interview. Overtime, we've noticed that most bad interviews follow similar patterns. We've narrowed it down to the 7 monsters bad candidates become during interviews. Read on to make sure you don't turn in to one of these interview monsters when you sit to chat with a potential employer. (more…)
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Link Roundup 10/13/16: Work Culture & Job Security

Link Roundup 10/13/16: Work Culture & Job Security

Acing the Interview, Link Roundups
Happy Friday! We're back with a strong group of fresh links for job seekers, employees, and employers. This week they feature some great lists with extremely helpful advice, as well as a possible explanation of how LinkedIn will work with Microsoft's resources. There's also some information on who is hiring seasonal workers, if you're interested! Check out the links below. (more…)
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Why Work With a Recruiter?

Why Work With a Recruiter?

All About Recruiters, General Job Search Advice
There are two ways most readers arrive at our blog. Either you click through to it from Walrath Recruiting's homepage, or find it searching for advice. Either way, you are seeking advice in your job search and career. At some point, you've likely asked yourself, "What's the benefit of working with a recruiter?". Today, we can answer that question.  (more…)
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Industry Spotlight: Human Resources

Industry Spotlight: Human Resources

All About Recruiters, How to Survive the '9-5'
Human Resources is a department that is present and necessary in every company. Whether it's internal or external, every company needs someone to watch over their employees. They also need someone who will make sure proper employment practices are followed. Since the workforce is constantly changing, so must the industry of human resources. The way in which we work continues to shift, which means that Human Resources departments will have to stay current on trends to foster the best possible work environment. Curious what those new trends are? Read on for the full overview. (more…)
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Link Roundup 7/7/16

Link Roundup 7/7/16

Link Roundups
This week's Link Roundup will cover a wide range of topics including, job security, management no nos, and how to ask for a pay increase. With such a wide variety of subjects, there should be a link to please everyone reading about career topics. Without further adieu, check out the links below! (more…)
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Interview Q: Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years?

Interview Q: Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years?

Acing the Interview
This week we're tackling one of the most feared interview question. That question is, 'Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years?'. Many Hiring Managers use this question as a trap for candidates. This question is designed to trip up applicants who wouldn't fit in, or would move on from the job quickly. Interviewers may also trip up genuinely qualified candidates with this question. However, this question shouldn't intimidate passionate candidates. (more…)
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