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Interview Tips: Buffalo Winter Edition

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It’s that time again, Buffalo! With snow in the forecast, we’re bundling up and preparing ourselves for the long winter season ahead. After over three decades of successfully placing candidates in the Buffalo area, we are no stranger to the struggles Buffalo weather can bring. However, don’t let the cold temperatures put your job search…

Know Your Worth – Salary Negotiation Tips

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Salary negotiations have the reputation of being awkward and complicated. We get it. The last thing you want to do before starting a new job is have an uncomfortable conversation with your boss. However, this discussion is more common than you think, and sometimes necessary to get the pay you deserve. Review the basic five…

Is it Possible to Change Your Career Path?

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Have you worked in accounting for several years, but feel your passion is in marketing? Spending years in the same field is great for advancing your career in the same industry, but can work against you when you want to completely change your career path. Although it won’t be easy to go after your dream…

Why You Should Never Take the Counteroffer

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Figures from the National Employment Association reveal that 80% of those who accept counteroffers end up leaving within the next 6 months – either because they accepted another offer or were let go. Accepting a counteroffer may sound attractive at the time it is presented. More money in a role you’re already comfortable in? What…

How to Ace a Panel Interview

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Like many job seekers, you feel more motivated than ever to kick start your job search now that summer is coming to an end. You updated your resume, applied to various positions, and you finally landed an interview. After quickly freshening up on your interview skills and everything starts to feel familiar, the recruiter calls…

Importance of Staying Relevant in Today’s Workforce

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“In four years, you’ll have to relearn 30% of your job.” – Mark Niemann-Ross, Lynda.com author. Change is something many people fear and avoid at all costs. Unfortunately, in today’s workforce, ignoring change will eventually make you obsolete, and in some cases, unemployable. If you aren’t constantly pushing yourself forward and learning new skills to…

How to Successfully Work with a Recruiter During Your Job Search

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Looking for a new job? Partnering with a recruiter during your job search is a great way to explore opportunities that may not be posted anywhere else. Here are some tips to help you be as successful as possible when working with a staffing agency. Research Sending your information to every staffing firm will be…

9 Reasons You Didn’t Get the Job

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Application sent, interview complete, and now the waiting game. Frantically refreshing your inbox for what seems to be the hundredth time this week, the email has finally arrived. To your surprise, you didn’t get the job. Was it something you said? It’s unlikely that you will ever perform perfectly in an interview. Nerves are at…

First Networking Event? No Problem

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If you’re not a people person, attending a networking event is probably the last thing you want to do. However, if you’re in need of a new job, or feel stuck in a current role, networking is one of the many great ways to find new career opportunities. Luckily, we have some tips for you…

When in Doubt, Take the Temporary Position

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When looking for a new position, it’s extremely unlikely that your dream job is going to fall right on your lap the second (week, month, year) you begin your job search. Whether you just graduated college, are trying to re-enter the work force after some personal time off, or just lost your job, sometimes the…