A Blog for Job Seekers

Articles, tips and best practices especially for candidates.

How To: LinkedIn Open Candidates [video]

  • May 1, 2017

How to let recruiters know you are available on LinkedIn – without your boss knowing.  LinkedIn can be a powerful tool in your job search.  But what happens when you like your job and your open to new opportunities?  Watch our video to learn how to privately signal to recruiters on LinkedIn that you are […]

Informational Interviews – what is it and how do I get one?

  • April 27, 2017

So, what exactly is an informational interview? It’s kind of like a job interview, where your pursuit is not a job, but advice. It’s an educational conversation between two people. Typically, someone will pursue an informational interview with someone who has a career that they’d like, works at a company they’d like to work at, […]

#RothLife: Lisa Hanik

  • April 26, 2017

Our #RothLife series features Coworkers in various roles across the country, giving a glimpse of who we are as a company, and what it looks like to be a champion of Roth’s culture. With over 20 years in the staffing industry under her belt and a strong desire to give back to her Las Vegas community, […]

Social Skills: Rules for LinkedIn

  • April 5, 2017

On LinkedIn, social media meets professional networking. It’s like a giant networking event combined with a resume megaphone. If you’re a regular user of Facebook, we have lots of tips on how to use that platform for your job search,  but LinkedIn is viewed by employers as the “go-to” destination for finding the most professional […]

(re)Purpose:full Art Contest Finalist: Michael Kaighn

  • April 4, 2017

Here’s what Michael had to say about his project this year: “I am the President of the Baseball Booster Club for Raymond S Kellis High School in Glendale, AZ. For the past two years I have been working with our high school’s head coach to help him create a clubhouse for the baseball team. He’s […]

(re)Purpose:full Art Contest Finalist: Denise Orozco

  • April 4, 2017

Here’s what Denise had to say about her project this year: “This was an Orozco family project! We all helped however my husband did a bulk of the work We saw this table (on a rainy day!) outside of someone’s house and it was going to be thrown away. We asked the home owners if we […]