The information in the Candidate Resource Hub is provided to assist you in finding your best-fit temporary assignment or full-time job. Whether you’re just starting your career or are more experienced, the job search is a harrowing process. To succeed, you must stay informed about current job search trends and best practices. Snelling is here to help!
For a general job search "overview" be sure to check out our Tips for Job Seekers brochure. If you want more detailed information scroll down to the categories below where we provide you with more help in interviewing, resume creation and social media strategies.
Be sure to check our Candidate Connection Blog too!
Resumes come in all shapes, sizes and formats and are subject to trends and changes in technology. There is a great deal of contradictory information out there. It can be tough to determine which type, voice and format is right for you and your career. Make an informed decision about how to represent yourself. Click here to get started!
Interviewing for a job can be more stressful and confusing that the job itself! If you need information about any part of the interview process, click here.
Today, the line between our personal and professional lives is becoming increasingly blurred. It’s important that you understand the impact that social media and your online activity can have on your career. This information can help you decide how (or whether!) to use social media in your job search. Click here to learn more.
Whatever your career aspirations, taking a strategic approach will help you to achieve them. Click here to begin an intentional approach to your career.
You have served your country, now let Snelling help you with the transition to civilian life. Veterans are highly valued in the work place. Click here to view our information and learn what you need to do to position yourself better in this challenging job market, and - when you are ready- Snelling is here is to help.
On your resume, you need to highlight the quantifiable achievements and benefits you provided past employers. Employers love seeing amounts, dollars and percentages. Read our article to learn how to quantify your job duties and receive a job offer.
More people are working past typical retirement age, and new workers are quickly entering the market. In many companies, the age range of the workforce spans 50 years. How is a person suppose to manage this? Simple. Stop focusing on generational stereotypes and focus on your workers' strengths.
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