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New Year, New Job

As 2020 comes to a close, you may find yourself in a position where you are looking for a new job. Whether it’s to make a career change or your employment has been disrupted, Nesco Resource is here to help! Finding a job can be quite a task; let us be your aide this new year. With both short and long-term assignments and flexible work schedules, we get you working faster and in a position that fits your skillset from the start.

Flexible work schedules

Every day we place associates on assignments that fit their busy schedules. We offer both part time and full-time assignments to fit your specific needs, including multiple shift opportunities. Flexibility is important to employees, which is important to us. We want you to have success in your assignment.   

Resume and Skillset

When searching for a job, it is important that your resume is in tip-top shape. Be sure to list your skillsets, interests and previous experience clearly, as well as any certifications or training that you have completed. When employers are reviewing resumes, yours will stand out if you tailor it to the position you are applying for. At Nesco Resource, we can assist you in writing or reviewing your resume.   

Be prepared for your interview

Prepare for your interview ahead of time. Make sure you are comfortable for both an in person or virtual interview. Dress professionally and make sure your clothes are ready ahead of time. Prepare questions and answers for during your interview. Think about questions that you may be asked based on the role you are applying for, as well as write down a few questions to ask the interviewer at the end. Coming prepared shows your eagerness to work as well as your organization. Arrive early and come prepared with extra copies of your resume and a pen and paper to write down any notes or follow up items. If you are interviewing virtually, check your system and the platform on which you will be interviewing ahead of time. Test your microphone and camera to ensure both are working properly.   

Do your research

Research the organization you’re applying with prior to your interview. Come prepared with a few key bullets that you can reference about the organization and any questions you may have regarding company culture etc. The more you prepare and know about the organization may put you ahead of other candidates.   

Work with a staffing partner you can trust

With so much uncertainty in 2020, start 2021 with a partner you can rely on. At Nesco Resource, we place candidates with positions that fit their needs and skillsets. Whether you are looking for part time or full-time opportunities, contact your local Nesco Resource branch today.   

  

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