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Sooner or later it happens: you have been extended an offer for a new job opportunity that will advance your career professionally and/or financially, and you find yourself having to resign from your current job. As excited as you are about the future, it can also be nerve-wracking and scary to tell your current employer that you are leaving.
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You are passionate about science and technology and so are we! But we need your help. Many workers eligible for science and technology jobs don’t use the terminology or detail needed in a resume for us to find them. Let me explain why we can’t find you, and what you can do to get found.
Our Experts | Lyndsey Fortunato So you’re “happy with your current position.” Maybe your boss isn’t “too bad.” Or perhaps you’re making “decent money.” No matter how you put it, what you’re saying is:
You are always told you need to network – in college, at graduation, at a new job, or starting in a new industry. But a lot of young people have a misconception about what it means to network. That’s
Our Experts | Lori Osborne, Recruitment Specialist – I’ve been in the business of relationships for the past 16 years. Twelve years as a staffing account manager, two years as a per diem staffing coordinator and two years as an RN recruiter. Over the years, I’ve developed a passion surrounding the importance of
ou just hit the send key and your resume is on its way toward your next career opportunity, you’re sure to get an immediate callback, right? The hope is that the employer will read between the lines to see you are a perfect fit. But ultimately, it’s still just a resume and you’re not