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Prepare for Your Interview and Beyond

There are many things you can do to increase your hire-ability as a job candidate as well as prepare to be a valued employee. By consulting the resources below your next interview could become your next great career!

Resume Tips

Resume Tips

From presentation to content, there are many things to consider when building a successful resume. With a little extra effort, you can create a resume that makes you stand out as a superior candidate for the job you are seeking.

Ace Your Interview

Ace Your Interview

Interviewing can be a stressful time, especially if your not prepared with answers to your prospective employer's questions. Equally nerve-racking is asking your own questions.

To help you prepare, familiarize yourself with the 10 common interview questions below (thanks to a little help from There are even a few tricky questions employers may ask to keep you on your toes. Then practice and perfect your own interview responses ahead of time.

Adjusting to your new job

Adjust To Your New Job

Stepping into a new job can be awkward, not to mention, intimidating. The skills you display and precedent you set in your first few weeks will lay the foundation for your career with that company.

The sooner you are able to settle in and adjust to your new position, the sooner you'll be able to impress your new boss. That means learning how to approach your work, your superiors and coworkers—so you can acclimate quicker to your new work culture.

Increase Your Value

Increase Your Value in the Workplace

Do you ever wonder why some people are constantly on assignments, regardless of skills or experience, while others rarely get them? More times than not, the difference is how these people “market” themselves to clients while on jobs — and to Staffing Specialists in between them.