How To Properly (and Effectively) List Security Clearance on Your Resume

Just getting the security clearance was hard enough. Now that you have it, it’s time to flaunt it on your next resume. But listing a security clearance is a little different than just writing down the last few jobs you’ve had. What is the proper way to list your security clearance on a resume when… Read More »

Should You Run a Thorough Background Check if Hiring a Remote IT Worker?

The new normal of remote work requires some shifting in your approaches and workflows. The data shows us that at least 70% of U.S. companies are at least allowing for hybrid work from home/office models. By 2025, more than 36 million Americans will be fully remote. But do your remote workers need to fall under… Read More »

6 Ways to Thank Your Employees This Holiday Season Without Breaking the Bank

The holiday season is upon us and traditionally now is the time we reach out to employees to tell them how much we appreciate their great effort. We do this not only because the employee deserves it, but also because it motivates them to keep up the good work in the coming months. So, there… Read More »

3 Ways Recruiters Can Help You Find a Better Job

Job hunting is time-consuming and difficult. There are dozens of tasks associated with applying, but you probably feel like you’re tossing your resume down a bottomless well if you don’t hear anything back. Why aren’t you working with a recruiter? Recruiters are a free resource that can help you get that interview you’ve been trying… Read More »

Everything You Need to Know About Clearance and Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity job availability has increased in direct proportion to the bad actor events that increasingly cause business and personal disruption. Today, there are 3.5 million unfilled cybersecurity positions available around the world. There has been a 350% increase in cybersecurity jobs since 2013. The need isn’t going away anytime soon. But do your employees need… Read More »

4 Tips to Attract and Retain Talented Women to Tech Jobs

Every Recruiter knows that finding tech talent is even more difficult than locating the proverbial needle in a haystack these days. But if you add in the criterion that you’re looking for a female candidate, you might as well throw in the towel. Or should you? We’ve found that there is a way to attract… Read More »

What Stand-Out Skills to Look for When Interviewing an IT Candidate

When you are looking to fill an IT role, it is the relevant technical and/or domain skills that you first look for and most often what gets them in the door to be evaluated by you.  But regardless of their technical acumen, it is the most often the soft skills that become the key difference… Read More »

Here’s Why Now is a Great Time to Get into the Engineering Field

If you want job security, check out software engineering. There are about a million unfilled software engineering positions right now with only 165,000 potential applicants. Gartner reports 63% of senior executives are quite worried about the shortage of qualified engineers to fill their open roles. Another 60% of CIOs say the skills shortage is making… Read More »

The Easiest Ways to Get Your Security Clearance Denied

If you’ve applied for a security clearance recently you know the reality of the process: It’s easier to get denied than it is to get approved. It’s the secret that a lot of security clearance candidates won’t tell you. This blog will help you understand the most common mistakes we see candidates making. Here’s what… Read More »

What a Common Career Path and Salary Expectations Look Like for an Industrial Engineer

Industrial engineers bring together people, machines, and materials to get the job done. What are the typical responsibilities of industrial engineers? What is the typical career path? This blog will help you understand the qualifications, salary, and credentialing needed to become an industrial engineer. What Does an Industrial Engineer Do? Industrial engineers have a varied… Read More »