Not all job interview opportunities are the same. Candidates often walk into an interview with a recruiter or prospective employer with a streamlined mindset. You expect certain types of questions and you’re practiced in providing the answers you think the…Read More
Why Attending a Pharma Bio Conference Can Help Your Career
Here are just a few job search tips and reasons why attending an industry conference can benefit your new career or careers change. You lead a busy life and have a busy schedule. Attending a pharmaceuticals or biotech industry conference…Read More
LinkedIn: Enhance your visibility and recruiter’s impact
When first partnering with a KCS recruiter, there isn’t one standard spiel candidates receive. It’s more about preparing for interviews, or actually doing the first interview. Candidates who haven’t had a position change in almost a decade often require assistance…Read More
Resume Tips to Land Your Dream Job
In today’s abbreviated attention span world, drafting a high-quality resume for a job search may seem like a lower priority. After all, companies are now even recruiting candidates via text. While your resume may not be the key piece that…Read More
Ways a Job Seeker CAN Penetrate those Target Companies
The number of people a job seeker acquaints themselves with at a target company and when they establish this relationship are critical in the hiring process. You see, most only meet 3-5 people at that company, and it usually only…Read More
Networking- It’s all in the approach!
“It’s also selfish because it makes you feel good when you help others. I’ve been helped by acts of kindness from strangers. That’s why we’re here, after all, to help others.”- Carol Burnett Attention job seekers; you may have been…Read More
Employment networking- there’s a proper way to do it!
Most people who are looking for a job realize the importance of networking among contacts. Networking will always be an effective way to learn about job opportunities. But, there’s a proper way to go about it. And, if done correctly,…Read More
The worst advice you can receive after a layoff
We read an interesting article in AOL Jobs recently about the advice people often get from friends and co-workers when they’ve been laid off. Being separated from an employer “involuntarily” is a reality many of us face at one time or another during our lifetime. If you haven’t experienced it, you certainly know someone who has.Read More