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Meet Leslie (Garcia) Shea – Recruiter in Nashville, TN

Meet ITAC Nashville Recruiter, Leslie Shea. She prides herself on being a personal cheerleader for her candidates. Though recruiting talented candidates is her main mission, Leslie does much more than that. She goes above and beyond to partner ITAC candidates with great clients. She helps them with their resumes, interview prep and more. To learn more about Leslie, check out this Q&A!

 

 

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By itacareers
May 21, 2019

How to Get an Entry-Level Job with No Experience

How are you supposed to get experience when it seems like every posting you read requires experience? Sound familiar….and maybe a bit frustrating? If you are approaching graduation or changing careers, it’s likely you have sought out the “entry-level” posting only to dismiss it once you realize that even entry-level jobs often require some sort of experience.

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By itacareers
April 9, 2019

Interviews: Fail Them or Nail Them

As an employer or hiring manager, do you ever receive a great-looking resume and look forward to meeting the person behind this magical background?  Let’s see if we can check all the boxes here: I see progression; I see stability; I see some reputable companies with a proven track-record of hiring good people.  Wow, this is too good to be true!  I can’t wait to meet this person – I might just offer him/her the job on the spot!

 

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By itacareers
March 12, 2019

How to Create Your Own Luck in Your Job Search

When the job search isn’t going your way, you may feel that you’re just unlucky. The jobs you’re seeing just aren’t the perfect fit. Your skills and experience aren’t what employers seem to be looking for in a candidate. A traffic jam made you late to an interview. Whatever your unfortunate circumstances may be, a lucky charm, four-leaf clover or dressing in green on St. Patrick’s are not going to do the trick.

 

 

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By itacareers
March 5, 2019

It’s a Good Time to be in Nashville

In case you haven’t heard, Nashville is BOOMING! ITAC Nashville Market Leader Kemper Trull and Recruiter Leslie Garcia are thrilled by the growth their market is experiencing. A renaissance has occurred in Nashville over the last 40 years. In fact, it has recently been ranked as the strongest metro economy in the U.S and as one of the best places in America for starting a business.

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By itacareers
February 26, 2019

Tips for Escaping a “Resume Black Hole”

A black hole is defined by Wikipedia as a “region of spacetime exhibiting such strong gravitational effects that nothing – not even particles and electromagnetic radiation such as light – can escape from inside it.” A “resume black hole” is similar except that you can replace “gravitational effects” with something more like “laziness” or “lack of common courtesy.”

 

 

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By itacareers
February 12, 2019

What Skills are Employers Looking for?

Have you ever realized the job search process is strangely similar to dating? Like dating, when searching for a job, you meet a lot of new people, figure out what type of job you’re looking for, pick out the perfect interview outfit, talk about yourself carefully, listen to what the company has to offer, watch for clues that indicate whether the company is interested in you and, finally, wait patiently for a call.

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By itacareers
January 29, 2019

ITAC Solutions Welcomes Alex Culberson to the Birmingham Team

ITAC Solutions is excited to welcome Alex Culberson to the Birmingham recruiting team! Alex graduated from Auburn University with a bachelor’s degree in marketing with a focus on sales. Alex said that recruiting seemed like a good fit for him because he enjoys meeting new people.  As an IT Recruiter, Alex strives to be a person his team can lean on for help and to reach his benchmark as quickly as possible. To learn more about Alex, check out this Q&A:

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By itacareers
January 22, 2019

10 Scarce Job Skills in Nashville

Despite being one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S. and experiencing an influx of new residents from across the country, Nashville is still suffering from a skills gap.  A skills gap occurs when employer demand for a certain skill exceeds worker supply of that skill in a certain area. For instance, while Nashville has an abundance of individuals specialized in music production and healthcare management, it is lacking tech-savvy individuals.

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By itacareers
June 5, 2018
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