May 2015 Newsletter Spring Edition Edited by Cindi Swartout
Our Spring Newsletter has the following:
Send Kevin any questions you may have about interviewing, job searching, hiring or fishing! We will address the best question in the next newsletter!
A Note from Cindi
Last week I went on a tour of the beautiful gardens at FiLoLi House. It is an amazing house and landscape.
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Links of Interest
Upcoming Trade shows Kevin will attend
Words of Wisdom
A Message from the President
Welcome back to our Newsletter,
We are enjoying the nicest weather in the Bay Area these past few weeks. It's one of the benefits of the drought and there are too few. We have water rationing here in California and some of the lawns here are turning a golden brown, The local Lakes and Reservoirs are at all time low levels. It looks like a hot dry summer this year.
The good news that the job market is as hot as the weather in our SEMI related Industry. At this time we are searching for almost every type of position that fits into our "Sweet Spot". I invite you all to visit our website and take a peek at some of the jobs we are working on for our client companies.
I attend most of the Industry Trade Shows that are here in the Bay Area, like Semicon West, if you are going to be there let me know and I will stop by your booth and we can talk. I get calls from friends of mine letting me know that they are "underemployed" in their current position and would be open to an opportunity for growth. It that is your situation, please get in touch with me and get on my radar. I will flag your file and keep my eye out for an opportunity just for you. As the old saying goes, "You don't want to be at the Airport when your Ship comes in!" It's in both our best interest to stay in touch!
Understand Recruitment Cycles to Give Your Job Search an Edge
By John Rossheim, Monster Senior Contributing Writer
When it comes to connecting with the right job opportunity, timing isn't everything, but it's certainly something. Tuning into industries' and employers' annual recruitment cycles just might give you a decisive edge.
Paleo Banana Bread French Toast
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Prep time: 10 mins
Cook time: 35 mins
Total time: 45 mins
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