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7 Ways to Address Resume Gaps

7 Ways to Address Resume Gaps It can feel daunting returning to work after a break. You may be concerned that a hiring manager will view your interruption in work history as a red flag. However, employment gaps are relatively common and simply need to be explained clearly. You may be wondering why employers even care. Is [...]

2021-07-22T13:13:26-04:00July 22nd, 2021|For Job Seekers, Talent|
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Preparing for The Interview of Your Life

You’ve been studying and working all these years for this moment – the C-level interview. While you are preparing for the interview, you’re probably a little nervous, but you also know you have the experience and knowledge to be great at the job. Try these tips to polish your answers and nail the interview. Prepare stories that showcase [...]

2017-12-20T16:21:57-05:00December 20th, 2017|For Job Seekers, Talent|
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How to Clean up Your LinkedIn Profile to Get Noticed More

With an increasing number of employers turning to LinkedIn to find potential candidates, now is the time to stand out online. With today being the first day of spring, it’s a good idea to use this new season as an excuse to do some online spring cleaning and ensure you’re standing out for the right reasons. Use this [...]

2017-03-21T08:51:59-04:00March 21st, 2017|For Job Seekers, Talent|
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The Best Way to List Contract Jobs on Your Resume

Contract work can be an excellent way to gain experience in a new career field or a way to survive gaps in employment. But how do you list contract jobs on your resume or in an interview? Many people have concerns about listing temporary or contract jobs on their resume, believing it will make them look “flighty” or [...]

2017-02-14T11:16:07-05:00February 14th, 2017|For Job Seekers, Talent|
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3 Benefits of The New LinkedIn Job Search Tools

Are you unhappy with your current job? Looking for a new job can be daunting. It is time-consuming and almost impossible when you are already locked into a full-time position. A lack of time and resources often leaves would-be job seekers trapped in jobs they dislike. Many passive job seekers are also fearful that their current employers will [...]

2016-11-12T16:43:06-05:00November 12th, 2016|For Job Seekers, Talent|
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How to Handle a Layoff: Four Expert Tips to Inspire a Major Comeback

The nature of technology is that it’s constantly changing, and the tech market can often be highly unpredictable. Just last year, security companies like FireEye and Palo Alto were flying high in response to a wave of high-profile data breaches. But now the threat landscape has evolved, and we’ve seen their valuations dip. Sometimes these changes bring about [...]

2016-08-19T16:02:15-04:00August 19th, 2016|For Job Seekers, Talent|
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Off-the-Wall Interview Stories from our Recruiters

Part 1: Immediate Deal-Breakers Job seeking candidates often search for the perfect "Top 10 Interview Questions" as they prepare to face the interviewer. Instead, we went behind the scenes to ask our ADAPTURE recruiters about their off-the-wall interview stories and experiences. We encourage you to take notes as this blog series is also intended to teach you what [...]

2015-09-16T11:30:51-04:00September 16th, 2015|For Hiring Managers, For Job Seekers, Talent|
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