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Don’t Fall Behind this Fall

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Did you put your job search on hold this summer? Although we never recommend holding off until the fall, it’s not uncommon for job seekers to pull back on their job search efforts. Kids are off from school and vacations are booked, causing employers to move a bit slower during the summer months as well….

Lost your job? 4 tips to help you bounce back

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“Our jobs are much more than just the way we make a living. They influence how we see ourselves, as well as the way others see us. They give us structure, purpose, and meaning.” – HelpGuide Embarrassed, worthless, and depressed are just a few of the damaging emotions that come along with getting fired. Although…

Sick of the long wait after your interview?

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Although we remind our clients that top talent is getting harder to come by in this tight market, some companies are still dragging their feet during the hiring process. You can’t control how long it will take the company to make a final hiring decision, but you can make sure you have done everything on…

Back to School Sparks New Beginnings

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Have you been too busy keeping your kids occupied all summer to invest any time in your job search? Or maybe you chose to spend every free moment of our short Buffalo summer on the beach. You’re not alone! Although we may be slightly biased and believe that any time of the year is a…

10 Facts a Job Seeker Should Know Before Applying with KRG

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Click here to view our job board with all of our current openings. You can apply directly to a position, or fill out our application here. Once you apply, here are some tips on how to successfully work with a recruiter during your job search. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for…

How Social Media Can Cost You the Job

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According to a 2017 Career Builder survey, 70% of employers use social media to screen candidates before hiring. For many, sharing every life detail and expressing every opinion publicly has become a habit (a bad one, at that). It would be foolish not to scope out how potential employees present themselves to the public. The…

Continue Your Job Search Throughout December

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It seems that it is common for job seekers to think that if they haven’t found a job before the holiday season, it’s probably best to wait and resume their job search in January. However, if you are serious about making a change and getting a new job, December is one of the best months…

Advice on References

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Have you ever found yourself panicking late in the interview process when asked for a list of references? Your professional references should never be quickly thrown together, which seems to be a common mistake job seekers make. In fact, the final hiring decision will sometimes come down to who had better professional reviews, so you…

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…