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JOB FAIR – Thursday, May 23

May 22nd, 2013

Come visit us tomorrow at the San Marcos Rotary Club Job Fair!

Job Fair will be held Thursday, May 23 from Noon – 6:00pm at the San Marcos Activity Center.  We hope to see you there!

April Newsletter

April 4th, 2012

In this month’s article, Dr. Kay Nicols, professor at Texas State University lets us in on her perception of the business world today. Click below to read more.


Shut Up and Listen?

August 31st, 2011

Are you guilty of any of the “Seven Worst Communication Habits?” These mistakes can be real career killers. They can knock you out of contention for job opportunities, keep you from getting promotions, and even get you fired.  So what are these deadly mistakes?

Find out what you should–and shouldn’t do–to land that next promotion>

Had the skills but didn’t get the job? Here’s why…

July 27th, 2011

Have you ever been in a situation where you felt like you nailed the interview, said all the right things, but still didn’t get the job?

Many times it can be because the company didn’t see you as a good cultural fit. It’s something that more and more companies are taking into account.

But there can also be a fine line between a cultural fit and discrimination. Discover what you can to ensure you land the job offer you want.

Bored at Work? Shake it Up!

March 24th, 2011

“The cure for boredom is curiosity.
There is no cure for curiosity.”

- Dorothy Parker

Raise your hand if you have ever been bored at work. It’s OK to admit, it happens to everyone at some point.

The key is to be able to snap out of it quickly before your boredom becomes a problem. In this post, I’d like to share a few solutions to this challenge.

And if you have gotten to the point where you are looking for a bigger challenge in your career, please feel free to contact Priority Personnel, Inc. to discuss our current job openings.

Top 10 Ways to Move up the Corporate Ladder

February 24th, 2011

Are you looking to move up the corporate ladder in 2011?

Every career success story is unique.  In an increasingly competitive workforce, hard work and meeting your job requirements may not be enough to advance your career.  While there isn’t a magic answer for taking your career to the top, following these ten steps will get you headed up the corporate ladder.

5 Quick Ways to Improve Your Workday

February 24th, 2011
  1. Create your own challenge.
    Many times we are bored because we don’t have a challenge–things are too easy or routine. So don’t wait for someone to create a challenge for you, go do it yourself. How? Set a new goal at work, pursue new projects or ask for fresh assignments. A new challenge is exciting. Push yourself. Stepping outside of your usual day-to-day will give you a new challenge and broaden your horizons.
  2. Get some fresh air.
    Even if you only take a short 10 minute walk around the block during lunch, those 10 minutes can help clear your mind and give you a fresh perspective on the rest of the day.
  3. Improve your work relationships.
    Work on improving your relationship with your boss and co-workers. Go to lunch or find time to talk about non-work related topics.
  4. Clear your desk–clear your mind.
    On some level or another, clutter makes us anxious. Take 15 minutes to clean and de-clutter your workspace. You will instantly feel better about your day.
  5. Talk it out.
    If something is bugging you, everything else will suffer. Find out what you can do to address any issues and come up with a plan to solve them. Talking with your boss or mentor is a step in the right direction to improving your work life.

Best Wishes for a Prosperous New Year

December 30th, 2010

As we look ahead to the promise of a new year, we also hope that 2011 presents a lot more opportunities for us to work together. 

From all of us at Priority Personnel, we’d like to wish you a happy, healthy and successful year ahead.

Job Interview Preparation – How to Land Your Dream Job

November 29th, 2010

You prepared for the interview, you wore your best business attire, and you handled every question beautifully. Then comes that one question that can make or break your interview–so you better be prepared for it!

What is one of the most important interview questions you are sure to be asked? Read on to find out.

Four Reasons to Update Your Resume

October 28th, 2010

The boy scouts have it right, “Be prepared.”

If you’re like most people, you wait until you have to apply for a job to update your resume. But waiting can mean missing out on great opportunities. It’s best to take a cue from the boy scouts and always “be prepared.”

In our latest newsletter, we outline 4 reasons why having an updated resume is so important.