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What Type of Job is Right for Me?

ESS Candidate Newsletter – August 2019

Columbus, OH August 01, 2019

In this month’s, ask the recruiter, we discuss how to find the right fit.

Introduction – Aaron Wandtke
Sampling of Positions Filled in the last 30 days
Ask the Recruiter “What type of job is for me?”
Hot Jobs ESS


We just closed out one of the best months in our company history, which is a testament to the job market, the companies we support and the outstanding talent we work with every day. Facilitating the right match between employer and candidate is never easy. Our team of experts work extremely hard to find the right fit between our candidates and the roles they fill. Due to our national network and our commitment to listening to our candidate’s specific needs, we are able to provide job seekers with long-term career opportunities. Working with our of our dedicated recruiters means that you’ll have access to many unadvertised job openings, as well as someone guiding and preparing you through the entire process.

If you are ready for a change, let us have a discussion.

The job market remains strong and shows no signs of slowing down.  Unfortunately, we still see employers and applicants making silly mistakes in the hiring process that are easily avoidable with a little coaching.  Preparing the right questions in advance and taking time to listen are two skills that help people get jobs.  Too often, people forget to focus on these key pieces.  A recent focus for our team has been encouraging our candidates to slow down, breathe and think about your strategy in advance.  Avoid showing up and just winging it.  Preparing for each stage of the interview you will inevitably produce better results.

Ask the Recruiter – What type of job is right for me?

“I’ll know it when I see it” are words that frustrate recruiters.  Are you using those words in your job hunt?  This month, I wrote an article on different types of jobs and questions to ask when interviewing to ensure the jobs meets your requirements.  To read the article, click here

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