Asking Questions in Job Interviews Matters More than You Think

Bill Reagan

Some people think the way to stand out in a job interview is to get all the answers right. To do this, they plan a response for every common interview question, make mental lists of key points to mention, and prepare to discuss the smallest details of their past jobs. This is a solid approach for any interview, but don’t forget to plan for when the hiring manager asks, “Do you have any questions for me?”



When Funny Isn’t Funny

Bill Reagan

Everyone enjoys a good laugh, right? So when you’re going for a job interview, you might be tempted to impress the hiring manager with a clever line that displays your great sense of humor.  The problem is, everyone’s sense of humor is different. 


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How Can a Staffing Company Benefit Younger Workers?

Bill Reagan

It’s no surprise that the shortest tenures are among younger workers. People at the start of their career are still trying to find their path, so they’re willing to take a job to try it out – and in the current talent crunch, they have more opportunities than ever to quickly find something new.


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How to Include Staffing Jobs on Your Resume

Bill Reagan

A lot of people are unsure how to list temporary or contingent jobs on their resume. No wonder – you did all of your work at one business, maybe even at a cool company that would look good on your resume, but your paycheck came from a staffing company. So who do you list on your resume?


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What Does a Staffing Agency Do?

Bill Reagan

I used to think I knew what staffing agencies do: they find people jobs, right? Probably some entry-level position? Sort of a job seeker’s last resort?


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