I had the opportunity in February to go back to Colorado. A group of friends and I take a trip to the mountains every President’s Day weekend. We hang out, go hiking, and go snowboarding and skiing. The mountains are my favorite place.
I love Thanksgiving. I love getting to see my family, eating lots of food, watching football, and getting ready for Christmas. As a recruiter, this time of year also tends to bring a lot of discussions about people’s careers. You’ve made it through another year; it’s quite possible you’re exhausted and experiencing burn out.
As you take a look at a few of our current openings, I put together a list of tips that I have shared with candidates I have worked with over the years that can help in your preparation for your job search. This is not an exhaustive list, but it’s a good start.
Have you been looking and looking and looking, and still can’t find the right job for you? That’s a hard place to be. Searching for jobs is tough. It is a full time job in and of itself. Here are some ways working with a recruiter at Aureus Group can help you in your search.
Motivation is not usually something I struggle with, but holy smokes…it is today. I pulled out a couple of my trusty “go get em” books for some inspiration. Then I looked on LinkedIn and saw a meme that said “Stop looking at inspirational quotes and get back to work!” That timing was impeccable. Seems like
Courage. It’s one of the first things that comes to my mind when I think about our veterans and those currently serving our country. I love that we celebrate hard on the Fourth of July, but I never want to forget why we celebrate.
Twenty five percent. That is how much of this year has come and gone. Time is a tricky thing. There’s never enough of it, yet we let it slip out of our fingers every single day. Aaron Davis is a motivational speaker, and if you haven’t heard him speak previously, please reach out to him
I want to take a minute to describe to you to my plus one: inconvenient, hard, uncomfortable, not fun, and challenging. Sounds like I have a winner, huh? My plus one might sound horrible, but I know it makes me a better person and employee. I don’t want to freak you out.
Hide your wives; hide your kids as Millennials are taking over the work place! Now that may just be a play on an old YouTube video that went around, but as a working Millennial that is how it feels sometimes. By 2020, Millennials will make up nearly half of the American work force.
Do you ever find yourself in a slump? It would be nice if our personal and professional lives were just a straight climb to the top, but that’s not reality. It’s actually more like up and down and all around - windy roads, hills, bumps, sudden stops, flat tires, and more.