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The Nease Report | February 2022 Edition

 

Welcome Readers! 

In this issue of The Nease Report, we will give you the latest update for your 2022 job search, including tips and tricks to prepare for this unprecedented job market. We will highlight the aspects of higher salaries for lower-tiered fields, diversity, equity and inclusion in the workforce, and speedy hiring processes

Want to see the jobs that are currently available? Click here to see a full listing including a job summary and rate of pay. If you have a question about a position posted on the site, let us know and give our office a call. As always, if you don’t see a job for which you want to apply, you can still send your resume to us and we will contact you if a job opens up related to your interests.

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How Workers Should Prepare for the 2022 Job Market

One of the most dramatic storylines to come out of 2021 was the unprecedented state of the labor market. America learned terms like “the Great Resignation” and “the Big Quit.” Businesses that were eager to reopen after pandemic shutdowns couldn’t hire enough staff to meet the demand, no matter how much they offered to pay. Corporations across the country doled out big signing bonuses and imaginative benefits to average applicants.

Will 2022 remain an applicant’s market? What new trends will emerge — and what should today’s job hunters do to prepare for tomorrow?

Click here to read more.

Staffing Agency FAQs

Most people have heard of a temp agency, but do you know how they work? Aside from being completely free to all candidates, the benefits are resounding.

If you’ve had recent changes in employment and are worried your resume is at risk of showing an unavoidable gap, considering a temporary assignment may be the key.

In addition to opportunities that are strictly temporary, some positions may go permanent after you’ve working a required minimum of hours (560) or may start permanently by being chosen within a Direct Hire program. Direct Hire placements typically involve a skill set that is beyond the entry level realm. Whether you are looking for something for a year, a few months, or looking for a long-term career, staffing agencies are a great way to get your foot in the door with a new employer that interests you.

Other desirable aspects of temporary placements:

  • Faster than normal hiring process
  • Receiving competitive wages
  • Broadening your skillset and strengthening your resume
  • Opportunity to become familiar with the position, duties and employer before committing long-term
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