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Embracing IT Candidates, Placement or No Placement

by Jeff Miller on November 13, 2012 in Candidate Job Search, Candidate Treatment

 

In our industry, the word “candidate” is extremely popular, a primary “building block” of our existence. Without candidates, companies like EdgeLink would not exist. Thus we decided a long time ago to redefine the meaning and purpose of the word “candidate.” While many might only seek out resources that fit a current client’s need, we […]

 

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6 Great Ways to Stay Positive during Your Job Search

by EdgeLink on July 25, 2012 in Candidate Job Search

 

Finding a full time job can be, well, a full time job in itself.  And if you have been searching for employment for two months, six months, twelve months or longer, then it is easy to become jaded and start feeling negative about the experience.  As a job seeker, you’ll find your best successes with […]

 

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One Year in IT Staffing: My Best Advice to Job Seekers

by EdgeLink on April 17, 2012 in Candidate Job Search

 

I started working at EdgeLink, an IT staffing firm, just over one year ago. I had no prior recruiting experience and my only involvement with technology was through my own personal use of the internet, iPhone, TV and Facebook. I always believed that I was savvy on a computer and could navigate myself through just […]

 

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Why You? — How Do You Differentiate Yourself From Your Competition?

by EdgeLink on January 27, 2011 in Candidate Job Search

 

by Mike Miadich, Founder and Manager, Contract Services   “Why you????”   How do you differentiate yourself from your competition? Now that’s a common question and a typical answer might be its “our people”, “our relationships”, “our process”, or “our reputation”. Being in a service industry I suppose all these are correct to an extent; […]

 

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