STEM Jobs: What Skills Do Employers Look For?

Some of the hottest jobs on the market right now are those within science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. Experts anticipate that these positions will only continue to increase in the future. Economic Modeling Specialists International predict that STEM jobs will grow 13 percent between 2017 and 2027, with the largest changes in computing,

4 Tips For Job Seekers Who Have Never Worked With a Recruiter Before

Whether you are actively job hunting or knee deep in the hiring process with a potential employer, you may have some questions about what to communicate to your recruiter. We asked our team of recruitment professionals to give their insight regarding the candidate-recruiter relationship. Consider this advice to get the most out of your

By |2018-10-30T18:01:08+00:00July 10th, 2018|Advice for Job Seekers, Interview Tips|0 Comments

6 Tips For a Successful Interview

At Hunter International, we work with job seekers every day so we know that the interview process is stressful – but we believe it doesn't have to be. We know that the right preparation can make all the difference when interviewing for your dream job. We have developed six interview best practices that will not

By |2018-06-12T17:56:30+00:00June 12th, 2018|Interview Tips|0 Comments

Should You Send a Post-Interview Thank You Note?

Most job seekers overlook this critical last step to the interview process. We take a closer look at reincarnating the thank-you note! Where have all the good ones gone? The handwritten or emailed thank-you notes that show your appreciation and reflect on the interview experience. When time is precious and speed to delivery is

Which Step in The Job Search Process is The Most Important?

From the way you present your experience on your resume, to the handshake at the end of the interview, it is important to stay focused throughout each stage of the job search process. A team of Hunter's expert recruiters offer their knowledge regarding the stages leading up to an offer letter. Paige Pezzato, Talent