Is A Project Coordinator Job Right For You?

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If you’re one of the thousands of people who see project management as a fantastic career opportunity, then you could be wondering how to break in. The projects we read about in the media seem to be led by senior managers with years of experience, dealing with complex issues, diverse teams and budgets that rise… Read more »

5 Benefits of Working with a Project Management Staffing Agency

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Time and money are the two most precious assets for an organization. When it comes to recruitment, a staffing agency can save you both. Whether you work in a large organization with a well-staffed HR department, or a smaller company just starting to grow, the benefits of using a staffing agency can keep your projects… Read more »

5 Industries Hiring PMs Right Now

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You want a new job. But you don’t want to waste time applying to industries that have a surplus of skilled project resources. By knowing where the action is, you can target your applications and get yourself in front of the recruiters who are actively looking for people like you. In this article, we’ll look… Read more »

Stand out in 2017

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Trying to stand out in a sea of applicants can be intimidating, but it doesn’t make it impossible. There are a few ways you can rise above the rest and make sure you are more than just a name on a page in a stack of 6000. 1. Apply Too often candidates get intimidated by… Read more »

7 Pre-Interview Confidence Boosting Tips For Project Managers

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Interviews can be the thing that keeps people from looking for new jobs. They are the hurdle over which you have to jump to get that new job. Don’t let a lack of confidence stop you from getting a fantastic new project management role. Here are our 7 tips for boosting your confidence before you… Read more »

Job Search Strategies for Baby Boomers

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In 2015, millenials surpassed baby boomers as the nations largest living generation. That means the majority of our workforce is under the age of 35. The generational differences between the two groups can be divisive in the workplace and the job market. According to the Census Bureau, more than 80 percent of baby boomers plan… Read more »

Etiquette: Let it Make (Not Break) Your Chances at a Job

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Etiquette, as Emily Post once declared, is the science of living. It may seem stuffy and outdated to some, but having established social protocols can be helpful in unfamiliar situations. A job search, for example, is a time where it can be a blessing to have guidelines to follow to make sure that you don’t… Read more »

Stand out in 2016

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Trying to stand out in a sea of applicants can be intimidating, but it doesn’t make it impossible. There are a few ways you can rise above the rest and make sure you are more than just a name on a page in a stack of 6000. 1. Apply Too often candidates get intimidated by… Read more »

6 Social Media Job Search Tips

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Social media is no longer simply a way to reconnect with friends from high school and share holiday photos. It is a crucial tool to advance your career. Networking has always been important, but today it has a completely new technological level. Social media platforms are plentiful and some are more effective in a job… Read more »

4 Steps to Mobile Job Search Success

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Remember the days when you carried paper maps in your car and went to the library for research? Yeah, neither do we. The mobile generation is a time of immediate, on-demand access to just about anything. Nearly everything we do starts with a smartphone. Hungry? Look up a recipe or find a restaurant. Bored? Find… Read more »