Job Opportunities in Jacksonville, Florida
Interactive Resources is excited to announce that our Jacksonville office will be filling 300+ local and remote jobs starting this month. After a year of ups and downs caused by the Corona Virus, we hope that these upcoming job opportunities in Jacksonville, Florida bring joy and excitement to individuals on the hunt for a new job or new career.
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Community Over COVID-19
The year 2020 has been a wild one for many of us. COVID-19 made a huge mark on many businesses and individuals and the virus continues to do so. Interactive Resources (iR) chose community over COVID-19 and made it our mission to help as much as we can. We took a collaborative approach and did a 180 with our marketing plan to ensure we were sharing useful content that promotes a sense of strength and hope during hard times. With that said, we created iR Sessions, a place where conversations with people could continue going, virtually of course. We also created blogs that were centered around job searching during a pandemic, how to stand out on LinkedIn, and created a community on all of our social platforms.
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What to Wear to an Interview
Prepping for an interview can be nerve-wracking and overwhelming at times. Making an impact and sharing your special attributes during an interview are essential. But, your overall appearance is also vital. Will Rogers once said, “you never have a second chance to make a first impression.” Interactive Resources (iR) is here to help you rock your interview with these tips on what to wear to an interview.
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Job Searching During A Pandemic
The year 2020 has thrown quite the curveball at us all. The rise of the COVID-19 pandemic has affected people in more ways than one. Most recently, 6.6 million Americans have filed unemployment claims in the week ending on April 4. This number has increased from 3.3 million and 6.9 million in the two previous weeks, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
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