PrideStaff Downtown Dallas is Moving!!!!

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  We are excited to announce that PrideStaff Downtown Dallas is moving on July 1st and our new location is easier to locate. We’re now closer to downtown Dallas and we built it with our talent and clients in mind.     Please come visit us anytime after July 1st, 2019 at 7800 N. Stemmons Fwy,… Read more »

3 Tips on Finding a New Job in the First Months of 2016

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Finding a Job in 2016 | PrideStaff Dallas

The new year is upon us and there’s no better time to break out of your career rut and make a fresh start. If you’ve been out of the job search for awhile, you’ll quickly notice that things have changed a lot over the past few years. These days, getting a great new job takes… Read more »

Applying for a Job That Might Seem Out of Your League

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You’re a highly skilled professional with a lot to offer, so if you see a job that interests you, it’s important to apply for it — even if it seems out of your league. To let you in on a little secret, there’s  no such thing as the perfect job description. Hiring managers often post… Read more »

Determine Your Summer Hiring Needs with PrideStaff North Dallas

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Whether you’re gearing up for your busiest season of the year or preparing to wind down for a lull of a few months, summer presents a shift in hiring needs for many companies. It’s important to be properly staffed by the time summer arrives, so you’re ready for anything the warmest season of the year… Read more »

Writing a Resume to Stand Out and Attract Employers

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Your resume is your first chance to sell yourself to potential employers. The amount of time and effort you put into crafting it can make or break your chance of getting an interview. A professional resume positions you as a strong candidate, attracting the attention of potential employers, while a shoddy document will quickly find… Read more »

When is it too Soon to Leave a New Job?

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When searching for a new job for an extended period of time, it’s easy to get more excited about a job offer than the actual position itself and rush into things. Accepting an offer for a position your heart truly isn’t into often sets the stage for disappointment ─ and fast. If you find yourself… Read more »

Is Your Top Candidate the Best Candidate?

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When it comes to interviewing candidates for an open position, hiring managers know what’s good on paper doesn’t necessarily translate to best person for the job. However, this doesn’t always make a hiring decision easy. In fact, it often complicates matters. Do you extend an offer to the top candidate or the best fit? 3… Read more »