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Applicant Tracking Systems – What YOU Need to Know!

Applicant tracking systems (ATS) allow companies to determine which candidates may be a match for a particular position, based on their resume. They fulfill two purposes: to manage applications for positions, especially where there is a high volume of applicants, and to screen out candidates who lack the required skills for the job. ATS can […]

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120+ Companies with Work-From-Home Positions!

120+ Companies with Work-From-Home Positions!   One of the most-asked questions that we receive is, “do you know of a company that hires candidates for work-from-home positions?” Well, yes, we do… in fact, we know of 120+ companies that have work-from-home positions!  The grand list below. Schofield Strategies, LLC has personally researched the careers page […]

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Where have our clients had success?

Our clients have had success obtaining interviews at: JPMorgan Chase Amazon Northrop Grumman NAVAIR Lockheed Martin Google AECOM SpaceX Camber Delta NASA Wyle ESC Zeiders Inverness Technologies Spectrum D.R. Horton Federal Protection Services University of New Mexico Rutgers University Russell Sage College Gentiva Home Healthcare King Aerospace Walmart University of Maryland Project Line Services MedStar […]

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Modernize Your Job Search Letters: Get Noticed Get Hired

Schofield Strategies, LLC is pleased to announce that Amy Schofield, ACRW is a contributor to Modernize Your Job Search Letters: Get Noticed Get Hired (Modernize Your Career), written by Wendy Enelow and Louise Kursmark and published by Emerald Career Publishing. This book explores how to write various career letters, including cover letters, referral letters, recruiter letters, thank […]

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Creating Your Positioning / Elevator Speech

It’s time to pull together all of the information you gathered during your research and create your positioning (or elevator speech). Your personal position should highlight your expertise and unique abilities. You can “name drop” by including well-known companies, schools, and credentials in your positioning. Your personal positioning has two parts: a tagline and a […]

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Research Your Profession to Identify Your Positioning / Elevator Speech

Researching your industry and the type of job you want can also help you identify your unique positioning (you own elevator speech). Looking at job postings can help you learn about the education, skills, and experience employers are looking for, but you should also consider digging deeper. These online resources can help: O*NET Online This […]

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