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 As you launch into your job search, whether it be a temp job or a full time position, do you have what it takes to step up the plate, dazzle employers and crush your competition? Maybe… But even the strongest candidates can find interviews and resumes a little intimidating, and every advantage helps. Give yourself… read the rest »

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You need a position with flexibility, and while the term may mean different things to different people, you know exactly what it means for you. As you sift through job posts and consider various offers, you’re tuned into salary, and you certainly care about key factors like commuting distance, opportunities for growth and a positive… read the rest »

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You just landed a second interview! Congratulations! This means your potential employers liked what they saw during your first session, and they’d like to continue what may have been an enjoyable and promising conversation. Your message hit home and your moves left an impression. So let’s capitalize on that momentum and make the second interview… read the rest »

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You finally landed the job of your dreams! Or at the very least, you’ve landed a job that can move your career forward and help you pay the bills. Your start date is around the corner, and you’re looking for ways to launch your relationships on the right foot and make a great impression starting… read the rest »

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EXTENSION RECRUITING WINS INAVERO’S 2017 BEST OF STAFFING® CLIENT AND TALENT AWARDS  Earned by less than two percent of all staffing agencies in the U.S. and Canada MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN – February 16, 2017 – Extension, Inc., a leading recruiting and staffing firm in Administrative/Professional, Accounting/Finance, Information Technology, Sales/Marketing, and Engineering, announced today they have won Inavero’s Best of… read the rest »

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You’re working your way up the career ladder and at the moment, you’re climbing at an altitude somewhere above the entry level but below the pinnacle of your ambitions. You’ve come a long way, but you still have a long way to go, and you’re ready to apply the lessons you’ve gained as you reach… read the rest »

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The primary purpose of your job search is pretty clear: You’re working on landing a job. There’s one reason you’re hitting the streets, making calls, submitting resumes and putting your best foot forward during interviews; you’d like to receive an acceptable offer and start working. But there’s another larger goal at hand, and if you’re… read the rest »

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Your workplace can be a zoo some of the time, and you like it this way. You like the noise and energy, and you thrive on the stimulation and inspiration your co-workers provide. You’ve never enjoyed working on projects all by yourself, so this atmosphere suits you and leverages your skills. There’s just one problem…. read the rest »

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As most employers search through a collection of resumes, they look for two distinct sets of qualifications: technical, job-related skills that directly address specific abilities, and personality traits that suggest a mutually pleasant and beneficial relationship. To assess your strengths in the first category—often called “hard skills”—employers may present you with skills tests or ask… read the rest »

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“Success” is a catch-all word that can mean almost anything depending on how it’s used. But if you’re a job seeker—especially a novice with limited experience in your industry—you may be wondering if you have what it takes to “succeed” with your search (land a job), succeed with your new position (impress your boss), and… read the rest »