Category: Job Searching

Blending the Generation Gap in the Workforce

September 17, 2015

The workforce is more diverse now than it has ever been with tech hungry millennials and seasoned baby boomers sharing the workload. Because of constant changes in the business world and economy, older generations are not only staying in the workforce longer but finding themselves in the same position of eager millennials searching for jobs. […]

Southwest Airlines Bringing More Jobs to San Antonio

August 12, 2015

More jobs will be landing in San Antonio very soon.  Southwest airlines has announced plans to hire 650 customer service representatives at their call centers in San Antonio, Albuquerque and Phoenix. Currently Southwest has the highest passenger counts of any airline that operates out of the San Antonio International Airport making it the No.1 airline […]

Stand out to in your next interview

July 6, 2015

If you’ve been on the job search for a while you’ve probably done your research on questions to ask at an interview. What are the benefits? What is the schedule? Compensation? These are all typically points of information most candidates eventually ask but what about the question you don’t ask? The questions that set you […]

Job Opportunities on the Rise

May 9, 2014

Another major chain is bringing jobs to San Antonio area. Dollar General has announced plans to build its first Texas distribution center in the area. The center will be built on a 110 acre site and is estimated to be a $70 million project. This facility will create 538 new full time jobs for the […]

Benefits of Phone Interviews

March 3, 2014

No matter how much the economy improves you can assume that for every new position that opens there are 10 people willing to fill it. As the person who receives the applications how, do you go about choosing the right candidate without wasting a lot of time? More and more companies are turning to the […]

How much salary should you expect?

February 28, 2014

You’ve applied for the job, you’ve interviewed for the job and before you can say “I got the job” here comes the question no one knows how to answer….What are your salary expectations? This is a question with which most applicants struggle. You don’t want to aim too high but you don’t want to rip […]

5 Things You Should Know About a Company Before the Interview

November 4, 2013

What they do! – This may sound obvious but a lot of people go to interviews unprepared. Knowing what the position you’re applying for is important but so is what the company does. If you’re a finance consultant applying for a finance role at a computer cloud company you should know what that means! While […]

Where You Should Be Recruiting Your Next Sales Person

October 15, 2013

In previous blogs we have discussed that everyone occasionally steps into the role of sales person, be it in actual business, or their personal life. Even in a non-sales environment, it is a good business practice to surround yourself and fill your business with sales-oriented people. Most sales people are determined and goal-oriented by nature. […]

6 Cover Letter Mistakes to Look Out For

September 17, 2013

Luke Roney, editor of, published an article for the U.S. News & World Report LP about the 6 Cover Letter mistakes you should avoid based on real cover letters. Some of these may appear obvious but they are worth repeating. Don’t be Self-Serving. While everyone wants a job that benefits them financially, personally and […]

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