job search

8 ways to market yourself on LinkedIn

By Rebecca Blacker, Technical Recruiter / May 11, 2022
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As a recruiter, I spend a great deal of time searching for talent on LinkedIn, the world’s largest networking platform. LinkedIn serves as a gateway to new opportunities, talent and connections. A 2022 report by Kinsta found that 87% of recruiters use LinkedIn to find the best talent.

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Let’s get connected: the power of networking

By Tracey Klein, Executive Vice President, Strategy / April 13, 2022
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I am a firm believer in the power of networking, for yourself and the community around you. Every significant role in the progression of my career has been through networking. Even changes in my husband’s career point directly back to one person who gave a personal referral. We are not unique, there are thousands and thousands of stories like ours. 

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How to prepare for your job search, interview and beyond

By Lindsey Carbo, Technical Recruiter / February 16, 2022
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Change is hard. And the current landscape of the job market is rapidly changing. Even recruiters are having to make adjustments. Due to the increase in resignations, many people are going on interviews, some for the first time in many years.

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3 steps to avoid striking out on your job search

By Thomas Weaver, Marketing Coordinator / October 13, 2021
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Another swing, another miss. Like in baseball, losing just makes you want to lay down and take a nap. In a similar sense, falling short of another job search can be a downer, especially when you develop a losing streak. But there is hope; you can walk it off. The question now, is how? Like most things in life, you have competition. Fortunately, there is a way to face it head-on and come out on top.

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5 reasons to search for a job this summer

By Team Synergis / June 9, 2021
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Many job seekers assume summer is a bad time to look for a career move. It sounds counterintuitive, but this summer is actually a great time to be on the hunt. At Synergis, we’re super busy filling our clients’ jobs right now. Help us out and check out our IT jobs and Creative jobs!

And, in the meantime, I’ll tell you why you shouldn’t wait until the fall to look for your dream job.

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Job hunting tips from someone who just did it…and is now a recruiter

By Zoe Gage, Creative Recruiter / May 5, 2021
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I graduated from the University of Georgia in May 2020. And finding a job during a pandemic was tough. But, now working as a recruiter, I’ve been able to pick up some helpful job hunting tips along the way. Here are some things that I wish I had been told when I was first looking for a job.

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How to overcome the need-experience-to-get-experience loop

By Olivia Lopez, Technical Recruiter / May 13, 2020
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As many students are graduating from college and looking for jobs, they are more than likely in the situation of not having enough experience. But how do you get experience if no one gives you a chance?

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How to cope after losing your job due to COVID-19

By Karissa Buckner, Recruiting Manager / April 1, 2020
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I’ll be the first to admit it: my new years’ resolutions did not include “shelter in place” – you know, no more than a shameless homebody would resolve to stay home anyway. I’m lucky though. The President of Synergis has committed to maintaining and supporting our internal staff and those who work for Synergis, so…

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Relocating to San Francisco for a job

By Team Synergis / February 12, 2020
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Looking to relocate to San Francisco for a job? Before you decide, check out this infographic on all the details about living, working and playing in San Francisco. Download now  

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7 questions to ask yourself before relocating for a job

By Madison Jinks, Creative Recruiter / October 2, 2019
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If you’re looking for a job in the tech or creative space, a relocation may be in your future. But, if you’re open to relocating, ask yourself these questions before you let your recruiter submit you for the job.

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