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4 Tips to Help You Land Your Next Sales Job

Most salespeople have a natural talent & outgoing personality that makes them perfect for the job. They can sell almost any product or service, but to land a sales job you have to remember to sell yourself too! Use these tips to treat the interview…

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3 Tips to Make Your Job Hunt Successful

There’s no denying that being on the hunt for a new job is stressful, and even more so when you’re between positions. Most people want the process to be as smooth and fast as possible, but just how do you make that happen? There’s no…

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WHY WORK WITH SRI?

What We Offer….. – SRI puts more than 25 years of sales recruiting experience to work on meeting your individual requirements. – We offer Flexible Fee Agreements including Retained and Contingent Search options. – We boast a 96.4% Retention Rate for candidates placed in the…

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Hiring Executives Doesn’t Have to Break the Bank

Can you purchase successful leadership?  This question along with several others sparked an article by Adam Vaccaro, a freelance business journalist.  In his article titled “You Don’t Have to Break the Bank to Hire an Effective CEO”, Vaccaro explores a report from Wharton and EMLYON…

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5 Ways to Conquer Every Sales Interview:

Landing an interview is a greatest first step in receiving a job offer, even more a big sales management position.  But, that’s only the beginning.  It’s time to prepare for the interview to ensure your best!   For starters in prepping for an interview, Research…

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5 Questions Job Seekers Should Ask in an Interview

Finally being called in for an interview after weeks or months of sending out resumes can feel like a huge relief. Most people focus on putting their best foot forward by preparing to answer any question that the interviewer might ask, but interviewees should be…

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6 Common Resume Mistakes Job Seekers Make

Job seekers know all too well the pressures of putting together the perfect resume. That one piece of paper is usually the only chance you have to introduce yourself to a new company. We all want to make the best impression possible, so be sure…

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5 Things to Do After a Job Interview

Once the interview ends, most of us assume our work as the job seeker is done. It’s all in your interviewer’s hands anyway, so what more could you do? Here are 5 things you can do after an interview to increase your chances of getting…

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11 Signs You Have the Grit You Need to Succeed

There are a ton of qualities that can help you succeed, and the more carefully a quality has been studied, the more you know it’s worth your time and energy. Angela Lee Duckworth was teaching seventh grade when she noticed that the material wasn’t too advanced…

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Employment Rate Falls Under Five Percent

Employers only added 151,000 jobs in January but the U.S. unemployment rate dropped to 4.9 percent, the lowest since February 2008, according to the most recent U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report. Analysts had expected 190,000 jobs to be added during the month. Currently there are 7.8 million…

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