The legal industry is highly competitive right now; therefore, qualified candidates constantly struggle to find decent jobs. However, using job agencies to find temporary legal work can lead to promising job opportunities with the potential of becoming permanent positions. When searching for legal work, individuals need to willingly broaden criteria for possible jobs, be accepting of job agencies’ ability to find new legal work opportunities, and be committed to each job opportunity as it presents itself.
Month: April 2015
Finding a job in healthcare is challenging. The job market for the industry is increasingly competitive, and qualifications are demanding. However, qualified individuals struggling to find jobs in their field should consider joining an employment agency to find work. For job seekers, the best healthcare jobs may be easiest to find through an employment agency, rather than ads or job search websites.
What an Employment Agency Does
Baltimore Business Journal announced “The List” for Temporary Staffing Firms in the Baltimore Region on April 3 2014 – Symphony Placements is ranked at No. 7 a tremendous leap from No. 10 in 2014. Ranked by the average number of temporary workers/employees employed per week in the calender year of 2014. Symphony Placements out ranked the local competition Mary Kraft, Kennedy Personnel, Athena, Jones Networking and All Pro Placement. To view the entire list click here.
A job agency is designed to help promising candidates find exciting job opportunities in competitive fields. Accounting is currently a highly sought-after career. Accounting firms and businesses increasingly rely on job agencies, rather than their HR department, for employment candidates, so using a job agency to find more options is a wise decision.
More Success with Job Agency
Accounting firms continue to hire new graduate students, but competition is tight; it is fierce for what jobs are available, and accounting firms and businesses often receive hundreds of applicants for a single job opening. Strong competition is bad for an individual, but good for a business. However, the huge number of candidates for a single open position has encouraged many businesses and firms to outsource their part of the hiring process to a job agency.