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Posted on Wednesday, Jan 23, 2019
We asked employers across different sectors to share their industry knowledge and hiring advice for our 2019 U.S. Salary Guide. Marty Wilson, Director of Software Engineering at the United Network for Organ Sharing provides her insights for the U.S. healthcare IT space. Here’s the Q&A.
Posted on Tuesday, Jan 22, 2019
We asked employers across different sectors to share their industry knowledge and hiring advice for our 2019 U.S. Salary Guide. James Riso, Principal of Briarwood Organization–a family owned development company based in New York–provides his insights for the construction market. Here’s the Q&A.
Posted David Brown, Hays US CEO, on Tuesday, Jul 24, 2018
Honesty is always your best policy when dealing with a prospective employer. There are things that should go on your resume, and things that shouldn’t – knowing what to include and what to omit is what separates a mediocre application from a great one. So what do you need to include, and what can you leave off?
Posted by David Brown, Hays US CEO, on Tuesday, Jul 17, 2018
It’s time to head back to work after a career break. You’ve spent the last few months pursuing other paths in your life – out of necessity or choice. But whatever the reason, your head’s not in professional space after your time away, and the routine you’ve grown accustomed to is different. Now it’s time to get back to work – here’s how to do it without upending your life.
Posted by David Brown, CEO Hays US on Wednesday, Jun 27, 2018
If your job-hunting strategy consists of sending generic cover letters and the same resume to everyone in scattershot fashion, it’s time to sit down and rethink your approach.
Sending out generic applications never helps your cause. You’re wasting your time because recruiters can tell an untailored resume and cover letter straight off. And no matter what position you apply to, a resume without targeted keywords will never rise to the top of the pile. It’s far better to limit yourself to jobs you’re certain you’d be a good fit for, and take the time to tailor and polish a first-rate application.