New Year, No Stress. Help Your Office Destress This Year.

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Stress in the modern workplace has become somewhat of an epidemic. According to Stress.org, 80 percent of employees report feeling stress in the workplace, and 40 percent say their job is extremely stressful. If not kept in check, it can take a toll on your workers’ health, create conflicts and reduce productivity. Top Sources of… Read more »

Have You Done Your Pre-Interview Research?

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When preparing for an interview, don’t just consider about what you’re going to say – think about what you know. Be sure you’re knowledgeable about the company you’re interviewing with. Doing so should put you in the best possible position during an interview. Here are some tips for finding information and streamlining the process. Use… Read more »

4 Ways to Get to Work If You Don’t Have a Ride

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Being able to get to and from work is a critical part of holding down a job and staying in your boss’s good graces. But not everyone has the luxury of owning a vehicle. In fact, a recent study found, “An estimated 8.7 percent of U.S. households were without vehicles in 2016.” So, what do… Read more »

Should I Accept a LinkedIn Request From Someone I Don’t Know?

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People you don’t know are constantly requesting to connect on LinkedIn. Are these requests you should accept? Are they spam? Could they help boost your career? Let’s find out. What LinkedIn Has to Say About It What’s interesting is their response is somewhat contradictory. “On the one hand, LinkedIn says you should only accept invitations… Read more »

A Year in Review: Axiom Staffing’s Best Blogs

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2018 has been a spectacular year here at Axiom Staffing Group. During that time, we’ve covered a lot of different topics on our blog to help job seekers improve their careers. Here are five of our top posts. 1. How Do I Start Working with a Staffing Agency? Many people are interested in partnering with… Read more »

To Whom it May Concern, Did I Get the Job?

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You’ve just had a job interview and are excited about the opportunity. Now it’s time to follow up and show the hiring manager why you’re the best candidate for the position. Here are some tips on what to say after your interview in a follow-up email. Key Information to Include There are four main things… Read more »

What to Do When You Aren’t Completely Sold on the Job Offer

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Here’s the scenario. You’ve received an official job offer from a company. However, it’s not ideal and you think you could find a better offer in time—perhaps even your dream job. You want to explore your options and find the right position to further your career but don’t want to offend a recruiter and squander… Read more »

3 Simple Ways to Show Your Personality in Your Job Search

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Your job search is obviously serious and a way to show your professional experience and skills. That being said, it’s also important to showcase your personality to hiring managers. Here are three simple ways to do so. 1. Be Original in Your Cover Letter The way you write your cover letter and the specific information… Read more »

Make the Most of Your MIG Welder Career!

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A career as a MIG welder can be rewarding and satisfying. Fortunately, demand is quite high. “There is an actual shortage of skilled welders,” writes expert Gregory Sanders. “Welding jobs in the manufacturing sector have steadily increased since 2000, and several major oil pipelines have begun construction.” Here are some tips and tricks for getting… Read more »

Will an Error on Your Resume Cost You the Job? Maybe.

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Job applicants often look for positions in highly competitive industries. In many cases, a single job ad will have dozens or even hundreds of applicants. Recruiters examine the smallest of details to determine who’s the best fit. One mistake that greatly hurts your chances and can potentially cost you the job is making mistakes on… Read more »