A job search, whether from the candidate’s or hiring manager’s perspective, can cause a lot of anxiety. It is important to remember that a job search should be quality over quantity, finding a balance between being too selective and too indiscriminate in the opportunities, or candidates, you pursue. Remember that a job search is just that; a search, and should be approached with patience.
Candidates are consistently telling me what they wish they could have done differently in their last job search. I tell them that this time they need to trust their gut. You can look at the benefits, go on multiple interviews, and talk with your family all you want. In the end, the right decision, and the successful decision, is not necessarily the one that makes logical sense, but the one that is thought-out and just “feels right.”
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Checking my inbox. Every morning I wake up and the first thing I do is check my phone to see who I have connected with. The opportunities that could potentially come from these introductions that could benefit the candidates I work with is what excites me.
"I had the opportunity to interact with Kate Rokos and she was nothing but patient, attentive, professional and friendly during all our interactions - whether it was via email, phone or in person. I would highly recommend WinterWyman to anyone." – Alice K.
"Our experience working with Kate Rokos has been wonderful. Thanks so much." - Greg H.
"I have had an outstanding experience with WinterWyman. Kate and James are a professional team. They made sure I was prepared for my interview and was successful. I cannot thank that team enough for placing me in a career that is a great fit for both parties. I will, going forward, recommend WinterWyman. Thank you for the opportunity." - Tracy C.